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My name is Monkey!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Lafayette, Louisiana - Monkey
Photo 1 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Lafayette, Louisiana - Monkey
Photo 2 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Lafayette, Louisiana - Monkey
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Photo 4 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Lafayette, Louisiana - Monkey
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I'm being cared for by:
Wild Cat Foundation

Facts about Monkey

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Gray, Blue Or Silver Tabby
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 10315911
  • Hair: Short



Monkey loves you already and you've only just met through a picture. She is a playful kitten who likes to chase and play with her roommate Roo. Monkey is a little monkey who is curious, so curious that she was pulled from a car engine this past June. She did have a somewhat rough beginning in life but now she has come along way from then. She is a happy sweet affectionate girl who is now looking for someone to adopt her. If u are interested in adopting her please call Paula at 337-266-608. Monkey is about 3 months old and her heart is warm and flowing with love.



Unless otherwise indicated in the description, this pet is already fixed and up to date on vaccinations. Dogs are on heartworm prevention and cats are tested for FeLV/FIV.

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About Wild Cat Foundation

About Our Rescue Group...

In addition to our trap-neuter-return program, we operate a high-volume low-cost spay and neuter center, SpayNation for Dogs and Cats.

Our Adoption Process...

As a Trap-Neuter-Return group, we cannot process cats for intake to a shelter setting. The cats and kittens we offer for adoption are the result of rescue during "TNR" wherein they were caught in a humane trap for spay or neuter. Friendly cats and kittens young enough to be socialized are put into the adoption system when we determine that they would be safer as household pets. Healthy feral (wild) cats are returned to the trap site to rejoin their colony under the lifelong care of dedicated volunteers.

It is Wild Cat Foundation's policy that all cats and kittens, without exception, be altered prior to adoption. In addition, all prospects have been tested for Feline Leukemia and Feline Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) and are current on all vaccinations and treatment for parasites.

It is our policy to require an adoption application and interview of all prospective adoptive families. We reserve the right to deny an application for any reason.

Our goal is to make sure everyone is happy! Once an adoption takes place, a Wild Cat Foundation volunteer may follow up within one or two weeks--to check on the progress of the pet and to learn how he is adjusting to his new home. Also, we are glad to hear from our new pet parents at any time, especially if there are any problems or concerns.