My name is TIGER!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Pt. Richmond, California - TIGER
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Milo Foundation

Facts about TIGER

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 10441412
  • Hair: Unknown

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Return notes from Tigers last family: Tiger is big, beautiful and a love. He definitely prefers a calm environment, preferably with teen-age+ and up, or just even a one-on-one adult. He likes to play, but on his terms, but will always follow you around and stay close by.

; ; Tiger has been routinely checked by his vet, for he does seem to go through tummy issues that has him kept on a diet containing pumpkin for regularity.

; ; We are absolutely pained at turning back Tiger, but unfortunately, he does have matters with urinating in inappropriate places? He uses the litter box just fine, so we are confused at the consistent urination, and sometime feces on our beds, rugs and couch. It happens about every two months and can last for days

; ; Our vet had recently recommended Prozac, or possibly more tests to his abdomen, such as CT-Scan, or x-rays, to see if something more is going on physically. Unfortunately, we are not in a financial position to preform these tests.

; ; Tiger definitely prefers to have company, and would not do well left alone for long lengths of time. He has been around other kittens and got along very well. He showed them he was boss and it has worked out fine. Tiger likes his space to nap but will definitely come to you when resting on the couch or in bed. He loves his chin and tummy rubbed, a good brushing, and on occasion, he still props himself up on a couch and puts his paws out in a praying manner.

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About Milo Foundation

About Our Rescue Group...

THE MILO FOUNDATION was named after an Australian Shepherd. Milo was five weeks old when Lynne Tingle discovered that her puppy was both deaf and blind. Despite concerns from friends and family, Lynne was determined to give Milo a good life.

It was a learning process for both Milo and Lynne, his "seeing eye person". Lynne developed a series of taps to communicate with Milo. A tap on the left or right flank would instruct Milo which direction to go. And a tap on the rear meant 'stop'. In the park, Milo's feet read the ground like Braille, where he bounded around in circles with his nose in the air, barking with joy.

Given a chance to live, Milo became a happy, beloved dog. The experience with Milo led Lynne to learn about other animals who needed a chance - abandoned and stray dogs and cats who fill city shelters - which led to the founding of the nonprofit no-kill sanctuary: The Milo Foundation.

After a full and happy life, Milo passed away in August of 1998. He was the perfect spirit and namesake for a sanctuary dedicated to saving the lives of creatures who deserved, like Milo, a chance at a good life.

Today, The Milo Foundation is an established 501(c)(3) nonprofit, no-kill organization providing an alternative for homeless pets throughout Northern California, through education, adoption services, and providing sanctuary for animals until permanent homes can be found. Founded in August of 1994, The Milo Foundation is located on two hundred and eighty-three acres in Mendocino County - offering lots of room for the animals to run and play. Milo houses cats, dogs, puppies and kittens - occasionally farm animals and other domestic creatures find their way to the sanctuary.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We have mobile adoptions every weekend. Check our website for dates, time and locations.

Our Adoption Process...

You can download an application from our website. Adoption fees range from $125-350, depending on the animal and animal's age. Special fees may apply for some animals.