My name is Nimira - Special Needs!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Gilbert, Arizona - Nimira - Special Needs
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We're The Cat's Meow Pet Rescue

Facts about Nimira - Special Needs

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Tortoiseshell
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: Nimira
  • Hair: Short
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Important Note

Nimira - Special Needs is best friends with Nicodemous - Special Needs. Please adopt both of them so they can stay together!
Nicodemus and Nimiria are 7 month old brother and sister pair that got handed the raw deal of being FeLV positive. This has not deterred them from being active and fun loving, which has made getting pictures of these two an interesting challenge!

Nimiria (tortie) is smaller than her brother but, she can hold her own when they get to serious play time.  She has a little purple mouse toy she loves to carry around and play with on her own time. When she hasn't seen her people in a bit she likes to chirp at them to let them know they were missed.

Both kitties like to be picked up and loved on by people. They just need the right family to come along and give them the home and love they deserve. We are looking to place them together as they are a bonded pair and they will need to go to a home with either no other cats or cats that are FeLV positive as well. Please contact Megan at 480.818.8676 if you have any questions about them.

You can meet some of our sweet cats and adorable little kittens at Pet Club, on the SW corner of Warner and Cooper Roads in Gilbert, Saturday from 11-5pm and Sunday from 11-3pm.

Our cats are tested for FeLeuk and FIV, are neutered and vaccinated. If you would like to meet any of our rescued pets, please email us at or phone 480-814-8010 today.

Visit to complete an adoption application online. Your information will be emailed to us. Our adoption process includes a meeting with you and your family, meet and greet with the animal you're interested in, an adoption fee, and in some instances a home visit.

About We're The Cat's Meow Pet Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

We are a private organization dedicated to finding suitable homes for homeless, abused and unwanted cats. We carry out our mission through caring for these cats in foster homes until they can be placed in permanent loving homes and educating the public about responsible pet care.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

At The Cat's Meow, every donated dollar saves lives, by helping us pay for quality health care. Your donations are welcome at any time. Please please email us at or call (480) 278-9744 for pickup or to arrange to drop the items at an adoption event or at a volunteer's home.

Come Meet Our Pets...


Pet adoptions are held at The Pet Club, 835 W Warner Rd, Suite 110, Gilbert, AZ, on the SW corner of Warner & Cooper Roads in Gilbert.

Saturdays from 11-5 pm
Sundays from 11-3 pm

We can also arrange a "meet and greet" at your home. Contact information is listed on each pet's page. Email or call the number listed or phone 480-278-9744 to arrange a convenient time.

Our Adoption Process...

All adoptions require an application be completed. Go to and complete the form. Our adoption counselors will review your application and will be in touch with you. We will arrange for the animal to be seen at our regular adoption events.

We charge an adoption fee of $100 for kittens and cats. Adoption fees for dogs will vary but is usually $200.

These fees help pay for a vet exam, FeLV/FIV tests, vaccinations, dental check and cleaning (if needed), deworming, and sterilization. Many animals also come in with injuries or illnesses and each one is evaluated and treated appropriately. Our organization is comprised totally of unpaid volunteers and 100% of all adoption donations go to the care and treatment of the animals.

Ask us about our foster/adopt program!