Queenie, DSH Spayed Female gray tabby. All Vaccines current. Est. DOB 3/30/16 Queenie and the rest of the litter of 5 kittens were rescued from a dangerous area with their Mom when they were quite small. She’s a playful and happy girl who like other cats, gets along fine with Cat Friendly Dogs and children. She’s an active little girl and has a lot of self-confidence for a kitten her age. She would prefer a home where she isn’t alone, one with other kitties, maybe a kitty friendly puppy and a gentle little boy or girl to be her BFF. Of course she likes the grownups too. She, like most kittens will do best where she gets attention and isn’t left all by herself a lot. This little girl is sponsored by Partners for Cats, so she is absolutely priceless. She’s living with Jean in the So. Mtn. area and to adopt her you need to fill out an application and tell Jean how well you will treat her. Jean’s number is 828-437-8769.
We are a group of people who are tired of the statistics where many more cats are killed by our Animal Control entities than are released after TNR or are placed in loving homes. We think that all cats can be saved and have joined to not only save cats but to educate the communities we live in about cats and hopefully generate compassion and love for them.
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We are showing cats and kittens at the Tractor Supply in Morganton NC every other Saturday from 10a to 3p.
Our Adoption Process...
Must fill out an adoption application and be interviewed by a representative of Partners for Cats and/or the Caregiver who has physical custody of the cat. Adoption fees usually free but can be charged by the Caregiver. The emphasis is finding good kind people who will love and care for the specific cat. Donations are always appreciated, but an adoption fee not usually required.
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