I'm being cared for by: Jersey State Animal Rescue
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Sophie
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
Color: Gray Or Blue (Mostly)
already spayed and up to date with shots.
I am already spayed and up to date with shots.
Good Morning from Sophie! She was found wandering around a park all alone in Southampton. We took her in and got her checked out by our vet. Sophie tested negative and has been spayed. She's still a little scared and nervous at our rescue, but Linda says she can tell that once Sophie understands we're all here to help her, she'll make a great furever friend!
Jersey State Animal Rescue is a non-profit organization comprised of a small group of people who have come together for one purpose: to help as many animals as we can. Jersey State Animal Rescue is not an animal shelter. The only space we have to house animals is a small room at the Berlin PetSmart. The rest are fostered by our volunteers who open their hearts and homes to take care of our babies. We are NOT breeders and we do NOT allow our cats to be adopted before they are spayed or neutered. Our animals are either strays, from area shelters or owner surrenders. We primarily work with cats, but do have dogs available from time to time.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Petsmart (during normal store hours) 215 Route 73 N West Berlin, NJ 08091
And foster homes per appointments
Our Adoption Process...
In order to adopt one of our animals, you must first fill out an application that includes 3 personal references and vet references. After approved there is an the completion of an adoption contract along with an Adoption Donation Fee of $125. All of our animals are examined, treated, and monitored by licensed veterinarians while under our care. Our adoption fee includes all up to date vaccinations, exams, deworming, Felv and FIV testing, and are spayed or neutered.
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