I'm being cared for by: http://www.ittybittykittyny.org
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Marie
Breed: American Shorthair
Color: Gray Or Blue (Mostly)
good with cats.
I am good with cats.
Come meet Marie. She's a little bit shy in the beginning, but super playful and darling. She is about four months old - Indoor only. Marie is a Russian blue type looking cat but we don't think she's a purebred, but she makes up with her pedigree personality - she is super sweet, loves belly rubs and chin rubs - loves to be caress and cradled. Marie would make a fantastic additions to any household. If you were interested in adopting Marie please contact George at 917-889-5896. An adoption form, and an adoption fee, plus a hard cat carrier are required to adopt Marie.
http://www.ittybittykittyny.org is an independent no-kill, all volunteer -- TNVR and animal rescue organization. Most of our kitties came from a TNVR (Trap, Neuter, Vaccinated and Return) project which quickly turned into a rescue effect where survival was grim. Ittybittykittyny.org's range in age for two months old to two years old. We are in desperate need of good homes for them as there are still more felines in need of rescue. The more people we reach out to the better chance we have of achieving help and homes for these kitties precious kitties.
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Monetary funds to cover medical expenses, as well as cat supplies like Fancy Feast wet food, plus Purina One dry food, and World's Best Clumping litter are needed daily.
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Our Adoption Process...
We welcome all potential adopters to browse our website at http://www.ittybittykittyny.org, then contact our caretaker George at 917-889-5896, in order to set up an appointment to visit our kitties for a meet and greet ,at our holding space. Once the human parent and the available cat or kitten are matched up, an adoption form is filled out, an adoption fee of $100 is requested, and a cat carrier is required.
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