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My name is September Special!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Clay, New York - September Special
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CNY ADOPT A CAT

Facts about September Special

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Orange Or Red
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: Cats
  • Hair: Short
Rescue over load many cats 6 months and up waiting for a home all are spaded and neutered and up to date on vaccine leukemia test and wormed and on flea prevention . Adoption fee waved but will except donation . Vet reference and landlord check application . I am doing many rescues please help me to continue with winter coming .

About CNY ADOPT A CAT

About Our Rescue Group...

I am a volunteer that helps spay and neuter homeless cats and kitten's . I trap and if adoptable I find a home for them . I help many people and give advice on how they can help a homeless cat or kitten's . There are not enough foster or adoptive homes . If you need help with a stray I can guide you but can not take the kitten or cats if you need help please call the CNY Cat Coalition at 315-289-2287 . Donation of food are always welcome. I show my cats and kitten's at Pet Supplies Plus in Cicero most days.

Come Meet Our Pets...

.An application and references are needed.I also have a long list of public cats looking for new homes ,if you dont see what you are looking for just send me an emails and I almost can find any kind of kitty you are looking for.Thanks for looking.Hope top here from you soon purr.

Our Adoption Process...

references and a vet and check with landlord to be sure pets are allowed Donation $65 to $100 An application can be emailed .Donation go's towards the next kitty's vet work to keep us going one paw at a time.