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My name is Ava!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Fort Wayne, Indiana - Ava
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EB Feline Re-homing Service

Facts about Ava

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Black & White Or Tuxedo
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Female
  • Hair: Short
Ava is a kitten who lived outside the first year and a half of her life with no human companion. when
she was seen by a caring lady she was obviously pregnant]-- since Ava was phyiscally still quite small
the lady feared for the safety of what kittens she might have and for Ava. She therefore was able to trap Ava and bring her into our organization where she was placed in a safe situation until she could have her kittens. Tragically they were malformed and all perished. Ava howeve was all right.
She decided human beings were pretty good and bonded quickly with her foster person and then took up with the second foster and so on. She is very intelligent, likes petting, will lay on your lap. Is nervous about being picked up and held for any length of time, but the fosters have been able to pick her up and even trim toenails, so she is relaxing more all the time. she is only 2 yrs. old and has a nice long life ahead of her with someone who understands her beginnings and will give her the room to be herself. She is a very nice lady and quite polite about things. Not pushy and if she is concerned about something, she will hide under something until she feels safe. Then she will come out and sit on your lap again !. No trouble at all and no bad habits. Good with the litter box and easily befriends all other cats she has encountered. A unique beautiful black and white female with an interesting outlook on daily things and very companionable. For pictures go to the www.petfinder.com website using 46815 as the area or locale you are searching in.

About EB Feline Re-homing Service

About Our Rescue Group...

Hope started by three woman as a rescue group, and morphed into a not for profit low cost spay neuter clinic after 2 years, with our clinic and 1 full time veterinarian on staff, as well as a vet tech and support personnel. We wanted to slow and hopefully stop the euthanasia of healthy animals simply because no homes were available. HOPE stands for Humane Organization to Prevent euthanasia, and branched out with a not for profit clinic opening in 2010, while an adoption program was started by one of the founding members of Hope. The adoption program is a separate entity from HOPE the clinic. Both are not for profit groups.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

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Come Meet Our Pets...

Kittens always at the Petco store, just off Coliseum Blvd.,behind Chili's Restaurant. Adoption events with even more kittens and cats once a month- next event is -usually thesecond weekend of each month and occassionally more often,.. from about 2 pm to 5 pm. We will meet any prospective adopter with any pet they are interested in by appointment at Petco.or at the HOPE for Animals Clinic.

Our Adoption Process...

adoption profile and agreement before animal can be released
mandatory spay and neuter, $75.00 per animal, includes vaccines that are age appropriate, deflea, wormings, ear mite checks, nail trimming, litter box training, socialization