I came to The Philly Kitty Rescue after I was attacked by a dog (yikes!). My former family brought me to the vet's office to be euthanized but the vet didn't think it was necessary and my family was unable to afford the care, as my scapula (that's the fancy medical word for my shoulder blade) was broken and I had damage to my muscles and skin too. The vet did a wonderful job putting me back together and now you can't even tell I had surgery! Thanks to my amazing foster mom, I was scooped up by TPK and can be yours!
I am a sweet, laid back gal and would prefer to live in a home without dogs. I am very low key and mellow and think I would make a great companion for a retired person or someone who is mellow like me. I love to lay in sun patches and snuggle the day away beside you.
Interested in this cat? Fill out the application at http://www.thephillykitty.org/adoption-application.html
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Our Adoption Fee is $95: it includes a complete medical exam, age appropriate vaccinations including rabies, spaying or neutering, feline leukemia (FeLV) FIV testing, microchipping, preventative flea treatment, de-worming, and any other medically appropriate treatment as needed. Common ailments such as upper respiratory infections and bacterial infections, as well as any other medical issues, are treated to prior to adoption.
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