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My name is Gina!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in St Helens, Oregon - Gina
Photo 1 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in St Helens, Oregon - Gina
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I'm being cared for by:
Columbia Humane Society

Facts about Gina

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: White (Mostly)
  • Age: Senior
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 10432981
  • Hair: Short

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS CAT IS CURRENTLY NOT IN THE SHELTER.  CONTACT INFORMATION FOR HER FAMILY IS AT THE BOTTOM OF THE POST

 

Sweet GINA is looking for her next home. She is pure muscle; very playful and loves to jump fences and prowl around outside. She is talkative and if you whistle for her she will come running… She’s very affectionate but she will take a little time to warm up to you. She will be best on her own; She is an indoor/outdoor kitty.

Gina is 13 years young. She has been going to the same vet for the past 10 years: Rose City Vet. Hospital, Dr. Burger. She is in very good health and has had all her vaccinations (can provide a statement from the vet’s office).

I am sad to say goodbye to her but have accepted a job out of the country and cannot take her with me. Please help me and Gina find a new, loving home for her. I am heartbroken to part with her, but will be at peace knowing that she will be taken care of.

 

Please, contact me if you can help.

Thank you,

Graciela

503 998 5303

Portland, Oregon

About Columbia Humane Society

About Our Shelter...

Columbia Humane Society is committed to compassionate sheltering by providing a safe haven for animals in transition, advocating to end animal overpopulation through spaying/neutering, and serving our community by promoting responsible pet adoptions.

The Columbia Humane Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

OUR SERVICES:

Pet adoptions, low income spay/neuter assistance, low-cost dog and cat food, low-cost vaccination clinics, microchipping, low-cost pet supplies, dog washes and nail trims (Saturday's) and pet cremation services.

Our Adoption Process...

Adult Cat (12 months +)................................................$90.00

Kitten (under 12 months).............................................$110.00

All cat adoption fees include leukemia testing, spaying or neutering, entire series of vaccines, de-wormer & flea treatment while at the shelter, microchipping, free vet check within 14 days of adoption at any local Columbia County Veterinarian, a complimentary adoption take-home packet and a carrier.

Puppies (under 6 months of age)................................$250.00

Dogs (over 7 months of age).......................................$165.00

All dog adoption fees include heartworm testing, spaying or neutering, entire series of vaccines, de-wormer & flea treatment while at the shelter, microchipping, free vet check within 14 days of adoption at any local Columbia County Veterinarian, complimentary take-home adoption packet and a leash and collar.

All adoptions must be reviewed prior to approval. In order to ensure that every dog and cat goes to the appropriate home, Columbia Humane Society reserves the right to approve or deny any adoption application for any reason they see fit. A home check may be performed in order to determine suitability.

Every adoption starts with a 14 day home visit to ensure that the dog or cat is truly a good match. In the event that it is not, the animal can be returned within that 14 day period for a full refund.