I'm being cared for by: Pulaski County Humane Society
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Matilda Jane
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
Color: Orange Or Red Tabby
Matilda Jane's Info...
Matilda Jane's Story...
Matilda Jane's Story...
Matilda Jane, a young adult female kitty about 2 years old, showed up at a busy greenhouse recently with a high fever, infection, and abscess. The greenhouse owner planned to keep Matilda Jane, but it was too dangerous for the inquisitive little cat to reside where there was lots of traffic, trucks being loaded & unloaded (she got into a large box truck while being loaded), and several large dogs that were not cat friendly. Matilda Jane has now recovered from her infection and abscess, been spayed, is FIV/FeLuk negative, had all her shots and parasite prevention. She is a very friendly, loves to talk & purr to people and other cats, and share your bed, does well with other cats, but is not a dog friendly kitty. For Matilda Jane's safety, it is recommended she be an indoor only cat.
The Pulaski County Humane Society is a growing number of volunteers who feel that animals are an important part of lives here in Pulaski County. Our animals reside primarily in foster homes, so we are limited in the number of animals we can rescue. We always need more volunteers to help us save more pets.
Come Meet Our Pets...
We have monthly Adoptathons on the 3rd Saturday of each month at Somerset Mall in Somerset, Kentucky. We also have a monthly adopt-a-thon on the first Saturday of each month at PetSense in Somerset. You can also make appointments to meet the animals by calling 606-451-2367.
Our Adoption Process...
The adoption process consists of the adopters meeting the animals, filling out a bit of paper work, paying the adoption fee, and agreeing to a post-placement home visit. The adoption fees are: $95 for dogs/puppies older than 6 months and $125 for puppies under 6 months old.
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