I'm being cared for by: Citizens for Animal Welfare
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Baby
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
Color: Tiger Striped
already spayed, up to date with shots, not good with kids, not good with dogs, and good with cats.
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, not good with kids, not good with dogs, and good with cats.
BABY is a true rescued cat! She was found as a kitten living outside a closed pizza place along with other cats. She is now a beautiful large tiger cat about 3 1/2 years old who is affectionate in her own way. She likes to sit next to you and loves to sleep in bed with you. Baby enjoys sitting at the window looking out and is quite content to be an indoor cat. She is negative for FIV and has her Rabies shot. Baby was spayed after being rescued as a young cat. She would be the ideal pet for a retired couple or single person who has the patience and understanding to gradually help this sweet animal. There is no adoption fee, but a small donation would be appreciated to offset the costs involved. Call 704-546-7800 or email email@example.com for an adoption application.
We ask all potential adopters to fill out an application for adoption which is sent to them as soon as an inquiry is received. The application is reviewed and the applicant's vet reference is checked by phone. If the applicant does not have a good vet record, the application is denied. If the applicant is renting a home, we ask for his landlord's name and phone # and check to make certain the applicant is allowed to have a pet. If there are any concerns regarding the application, we bring them to the applicant's attention and ask for clarification. This is done before the applicant meets the pet. We then set up a meeting at a mutually convenient time and place. If the applicant wants the pet, we ask for a check made payable to CFAW at the time the applicant takes the pet (the fee for dogs is $175 and the fee for cats is $125). This check is held for 3 days during which the potential adopter can decide whether (or not) he wants to permanently adopt the pet. If he decides not to adopt and returns the pet to us, his check is returned at that time. There is also a Pet Adoption Contract which basically states that the adopter will take good care of the pet. This is signed by both parties.
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