Adoption Process: Our adoptable animals are located at one of our adoption centers or in foster homes. We encourage interested parties to apply prior to meeting to ensure a good match. To apply, visit http://www.savingonelife.org/adopt/adoption-application/. For questions email firstname.lastname@example.org
Description: Einstein has been known to our rescue since he was 4 weeks of age. He was too small to of up for adoption but a sweet momma cat decided she would take care of him as her own. Einstein had a very difficult start in life, and did not put on weight appropriately initially. At the age of 6 months he was the same size as a two month old kitten. He was adopted as a baby, but unfortunately after almost 4 years he came back to rescue. He is a normal sized kitty now and such an absolute love of people. He loves to talk and meow at his people, but he needs a very quiet and calm environment. Einstein for some reason has developed a major problem with anxiety - he will over groom himself and worry instead of eat sometimes. He is putting on the weight and since coming back into rescue he has mostly stopped overgrooming so his coat has finally grown back in. He's really hoping to find a nice quiet calm forever home who can really love him. He would do best in a home as an only cat. He has been around dogs and appears to do fine with most of them as long as they are cat friendly. $25 adoption donation
Health information: All cats and kittens will be spayed or neutered, Felv/Fiv tested, receive vaccinations appropriate for age, preventative deworming, and microchipping prior to adoption
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