My name is Ogee!

Domestic Mediumhair Kitten for adoption in Houston, Texas - Ogee
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I'm being cared for by:
Feral Feline Retreat dba Feline/Canine Friends of Houston

Facts about Ogee

  • Breed: Domestic Mediumhair
  • Color: Black & White Or Tuxedo
  • Age: Kitten
  • Sex: Female
  • Hair: Medium
Ogee is beautiful - very sleek and shiny coat. She has amazing amber colored eyes. She loves to play! Anything can be a toy! She is very entertaining when she plays. She loves, loves, loves boxes and baskets. She has a very loud, but soothing purr and is very loving. She is just precious - so graceful even at this young age. She will grow up to be a gorgeous cat and be the loving, companion you have been looking for.

She is fostered with several other kittens and really likes to play with the older ones most. She is not intimidated by their size compared to her. She and Gus wrestle a lot. She holds her own with him and does not back down.

She has been with dogs as well and is just fine with kitty friendly dogs.

This summer, we are offering 2 for one kitten adoptions. If you do not have any other cats, it is highly recommended that if you adopt a kitten, you should adopt 2 together. They bond quickly, play together when you are away, keep each other from getting lonely when you cannot be there. It helps them stay more socialized and more gentle. And two kittens provide hours of entertainment watching them play together. They can share a litter box, share food and a water bowl.

**For a limited time, all adoptions will receive a gift basket containing pet food and toys as well as a coupon book for $250 of savings on pet essentials at PetSmart, including a free bag of cat food (courtesy of PetSmart Charities)! Free stuff and a fuzzy best friend—who could ask for more??

About Feral Feline Retreat dba Feline/Canine Friends of Houston

About Our Rescue Group...

Primarily we rescue and adopt the kittens of feral and stray mother cats. We also take in friendly kittens with or without mother cats if we have room at foster homes. In all cases we try to determine the where-abouts of the mother cats and provide options to spay the mother cat.

We also take in dogs and puppies if we can find a foster home.

We have a small sanctuary primarily to care for the feral cats we rescue and mostly rely on foster care for the pets we take in.

We make every attempt to spay the mother cat (or dog) of the puppies and kittens we rescue. If the mother is tame we add her to our adoptable pets and try to find a foster home. We return feral mothers to the location trapped if safe to live their lives with no more kittens.

We also provide assistance with trapping feral cats through loaning traps and providing advice for trap-neuter-release/return.

In cases where a stray or feral cat has kittens, we may be able to take friendly kittens and foster them for adoption. We request a donation to cover testing for FELV and FIV and spay the mother cat and will return the mother cat to you to care for.

We can provide barn cats from our feral colonies. These cats have been fixed and vaccinated and can be used for rodent control.

We rely mostly on donations to continue our rescue work and maintain the tiny sanctuary.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Feral Feline Retreat PO Box 3083 Humble, Tx 77347

Come Meet Our Pets...

We will hold adoptions at the Petsmart (West Loop) 5415 West Loop S Houston, Texas 77081 at Loop 610 West and Hwy 59 from 11:00 am - 4:00 pm Saturday and Sunday.. Not all pets are always at the events. Call or e-mail about a pet your are interested in to be sure that pet will be at the adoption event.

Our Adoption Process...

All adoptions require an interview, signed contract and proof of identity (Texas Drivers License).

The typical adoption fee kittens is $85, cats $25-85 to cover normal vet expenses. Cats/kittens are altered, vaccinated and tested for FELV/FIV..

The normal fee for puppies is $150, adult dogs typically $50. Pure breds varies Puppies/dogs are altered, vaccinated. Adult dogs are tested for heartworms and treated accordingly.

Pets can be viewed on-line or met in person.