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My name is Curly!

Domestic Shorthair Kitten for adoption in Sanford, Florida - Curly
Photo 1 - Domestic Shorthair Kitten for adoption in Sanford, Florida - Curly
Photo 2 - Domestic Shorthair Kitten for adoption in Sanford, Florida - Curly
Photo 3 - Domestic Shorthair Kitten for adoption in Sanford, Florida - Curly
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Pet Rescue By Judy

Facts about Curly

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Black (All)
  • Age: Kitten
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 9897324
  • Hair: Short
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.

09/28/2016 Larry & Moe have found their forever homes, leaving Curly behind.  He is lookinging for a patient owner.  Once you earn his trust you will have a playful loving companion. 


01/15/2016 This little boy was found hanging outside a work building with his siblings, Larry and Moe.  They caught the eye of a nice woman who captured them and surrendered them to Pet Rescue by Judy.   Look at thosse beautiful eyes on him.  Black cats are the most loving cats around.    



According to www.cats.lovetoknow.com, Tabby cats may be extremely common, but that doesn't make them any less popular. Strictly speaking, Tabby cats aren't actually a specific breed of cat. Tabby is actually a coat pattern, and it's thought that if cats were allowed to breed indiscriminately, more than half of the cat population would be Tabby. Stripes and whorls are simply part of a cat's makeup. Tabbies are often 'dressed up' with white paws, and perhaps a white bib. Tabbies can come in several colors, including: Orange/Ginger, with a lighter pattern overlay; Grey, with a darker pattern overlay; and Brown with a black pattern overlay. Some Tabby cats are varicolored - that is, they have some Tabby patches on a mostly white coat, or orange and brown Tabby patches mixed on a white coat. Oddly, these variations only occur on an otherwise white-coated cat. That is, you simply don't see tabby patches on an otherwise black cat. No one knows why this should be. The most common pattern for a Tabby cat is tiger-striped, less commonly referred to as a 'Mackerel Tabby'. This terminology isn't obvious until you consider that the stripes resemble the bones of a fish. Another Tabby pattern is the blotched Tabby, also (confusingly) called the Classic Tabby. This is characterized by swirls, and the rings around the legs and tail are often much wider than the rings of the Mackerel Tabby's. Less obvious patterns such as the ticked pattern of the Abyssinian (with fur ticked like a squirrel's) are also considered Tabby, but many consider inclusion of this pattern a bit of a stretch for the common Tabby type. One of the most interesting variations is a cat with Siamese coloring and Tabby points; that is, the fawn-colored body and face, with legs and tail showing faint or distinct Tabby markings in the point coloration. Tabby cats have unusual and attractive facial markings, similar to the tiger's. Most of them have what can be seen to be a letter 'M' on their foreheads between their ears, and a number of legends have arisen to account for this. The 'M' has variously been supposed to have been bestowed on a favored or brave cat by either the Virgin Mary or the prophet Mohammed. Never mind that neither of these figures would have been familiar with the English alphabet. Tabby eyes have the long stripe of 'eyeliner' on the cheek, similar to the Egyptian symbol, the 'Eye of Horus' (also known as the Eye of Ra), and it is possible that the sign was adopted from the cat, who was revered in Ancient Egypt and often mummified and buried with its owner. Whatever their origin, Tabby cats are exceedingly popular and it's doubtful we'll ever see their decline.

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About Pet Rescue By Judy

About Our Rescue Group...

We are a private, non-profit rescue located in Sanford, Florida, dedicated to the rescue cats and dogs. Many of them come to us with medical needs. They are doctored to the best of our ability and resources.

Our most urgent goal is to rescue animals that are abandoned or in distress, update their vaccines, and find good new homes for them. But we attempt to be more proactive than that. It is our heartfelt desire to prevent any animal from the need to be "rescued." With that vision in mind, we take a three-prong approach through the education of pet owners and the general public about:
- proper care of animals, including correct diet of good quality food, fresh clean water, daily exercise, and lots of love
- spaying and neutering companion animals (dogs and cats) in order to prevent euthanasia and over-population
- low-cost spay/neuter clinics and wellness centers in their local community

Come Meet Our Pets...

Although many of our pets are cared for at our facility in Sanford, many others are in private foster homes. To arrange a meet, it is best to first complete an online adoption application so that we can set up a meeting. You can access complete information on our pets plus the adoption application on our website, www.petrescuebyjudy.com. Adoptions are held at our Sanford Adoption Center as well as our Oviedo Mall Adoption Center. Please visit our facebook page, facebook.com/petrescuebyjudy, for a full listing of events where PRBJ is represented.

Our Adoption Process...

You can get full information on our pets through our website, www.petrescuebyjudy.com. You may then complete an online adoption application. After being processed, we will arrange a meet with the pet at our facility in Sanford. Our adoption fees for cats are generally $75-$150; for dogs $100-$350. We also have a Seniors For Seniors Program to promote the adoption of senior pets by senior citizens.