I'm being cared for by: Kitty Devore Rescue - Santa Ana
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Annie Lola
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
Color: White (Mostly)
already spayed, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, declawed, good with kids, not good with dogs, and not good with cats.
Annie Lola is best friends with Henri. Please adopt both of them so they can stay together!
Annie Lola's Info...
I am already spayed, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, declawed, good with kids, not good with dogs, and not good with cats.
Annie Lola's Story...
Annie Lola's Story...
Annie Lola and Henri are adorable sister and brother siblings who were born at the end of September 2015. Annie is a beautiful white short hair kitty with distinctive orange dots – hence her nickname Annie Polka Dot. Henri is also a white short hair kitty but his orange markings are bigger and more like splatters so he has been nicknamed Henri Splatch. These little bundles of energy love to eat, play, wrestle and frequently use the litter box together. For these two no morning is complete without a little birdwatching from their favorite window perch and a little shared tongue bath. They have been through a lot together and look to each other for comfort and support. And because of this, they should be adopted together and in a home where they are the only pets. They do get along with children, however. Annie is a little spitfire and quite petite. She also likes to burrow under bed covers and blankets. Henri is a bit of a dumpling of a kitty and the more docile of the two. They love chasing little sparkly balls - and no matter how many they have to play with it is not unusual for them all to vanish under the couch or dresser. Annie is quite a climber and loves her 6 foot kitty perch. She loves to hang over the edge and playfully swat at you as you walk by. Henri will occasionally join her but prefers to hang out and play closer to the ground. As you can see from Henri’s picture, his eyes are permanently crossed but other than giving him a very distinctive look and maybe affecting his depth perception a bit, don’t cause him any problems. Annie also has sensitive eyes and on occasion they become watery but are easily treated by simply wiping them with a soft dry or damp cloth. These two are truly wonderful little kitties and would love the opportunity to join your home.
Kitty Devore Rescue Network is a rescue group with 501(c)(3) status. We are comprised of dedicated volunteer rescue workers devoted to the networking, rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming of the cats and kittens currently housed within Devore Shelter in the city of Muscoy in San Bernardino County, California.
Come Meet Our Pets...
We have cats at the Petsmart in Santa Ana at 2140 E. 17th Street, Santa Ana, CA available to visit with during Petsmart hours.
We also hold many adoption events each month. Check out our events calendar for an event near you:
Our Adoption Process...
Ready to make your life a whole lot sweeter? ADOPT A DEVORE KITTY!
Our foster parents would be pleased to talk to you about their foster furbaby and see what kind of kitty you are interested in to ensure a purrfect fit!
Kitty Devore puts a ton of love into our rescue kitties and will do our very best to match our cats and kittens with an adopters lifestyle so that everyone is happy.
Step 1: Visit our website to fill out the adoption form/contract.
Step 2: Set up a meet and greet with your potential kitty to see just how wonderful he or she really is!
Step 3: Schedule a safe and friendly home check with us.
Step4: An adoption fee of $125 if you and kitty are a purrfect match!
So, what are you waiting for? Go fall in love with one of our kitties! :)
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