I'm being cared for by: Friends of Plumas County Animals
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Prince
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
Color: White (Mostly)
already neutered, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
Prince and his sisters. Amy and Aretha, came to our rescue as 10 week old kittens and Prince is now 11 months old. Price is a very sweet boy with a great big purr and gorgeous markings. He looks for attention, but sometimes can't stay around for all of it! Prince was very skittish at first, but has come around to seeking affection and human company, but he would do best in a quiet adult home. He is neutered and been wormed. He is ready for his furr-ever home! Prince is an active boy and is very mischievous. He loves to climb, run and would be an exceptional mouser! He's a kick and a lot of fun to have around. There is no adoption fee for our animals, but a donation to Friends is always much appreciated and needed. We can't believe this boy is still at our rescue. He is very worthwhile and would be a super companion if given a chance in an understanding environment.
Friends of Plumas County Animals is a non profit 501(c)3 organization We are dedicated to improving the lives of the impounded animals in the local shelter and to reducing the number of unwanted/homeless animals through spay and neuter programs. When we volunteered at the local county shelter we built outdoor enclosures and play yards for the dogs and cats. Currently, Friends takes animals into our own rescue site where we spay and neuter, give first vaccinations and then re-home the animals. When we have the available monies we also help those in need of financial assistance spay and neuter their personal pets. Our adoptable animals are offered with no adoption fee to approved homes, and we survive on the generous donations of our adopters and supporters.We are currently creating a "home of our own" in which to house adoptable animals-- offering a home to sick, elderly, young and special needs animals with the goal of improving their chances of finding a new home.
Donate to Our Rescue Group...
Friends is a private non-profit 501(c)3 organization and is not part of a governmental facility. Much appreciated donations can be sent to PO Box 182, Quincy CA 95971
Come Meet Our Pets...
Animals under the care of Friends can be seen at Pet Country Feed and Tack and at our site at 2163 E. Main St in Quincy, CA 95971. Come visit, play and meet our lovely animals! Call for an application for any of our wonderful animals. Site 530 927 9485 or Rose at 530 927 8057
Our Adoption Process...
Potential adopters should contact Friends via e-mail or phone to get an Adoption Application. Friends does not charge an adoption fee for our spayed and neutered animals, but work entirely on your generous donations to help us continue our work for the animals.
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