My name is Marshmallow!

Domestic Shorthair Kitten for adoption in Fort Worth, Texas - Marshmallow
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Maggie's Angels

Facts about Marshmallow

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: White
  • Age: Kitten
  • Sex: Female
  • Hair: Short
Meet Marshmallow! This is the little, white female kitten from a litter of 4. These babies have been bottle fed since 2 days old. She is very sweet and docile. Quiet. She was solid white, but now she is starting to get a little bit of orange on her ears and tail. She may end up looking like a flame point siamese cross. She is trying to learn how to play. She loves to eat & sleep.
Adoption fee is $130-includes spay, all kitten vaccine boosters & microchip.

About Maggie's Angels

About Our Rescue Group...

We are a small rescue group in the community and our quote is, ""One by one they change our lives, as we change theirs." Though we take in a few pets at a time, we know one by one we are stepping up for them to improve their quality of life by getting them the medical treatment, socialization, behavioral training and loving homes they need; In return, each pet we take into our program has touched our lives in significant ways. With each one, we learn more about rescuing, which strengthens our group along the way. We have rescued over 100 pets since November 2009 and we will continue on.

Our mission is to dedicate our group to the rescue of suffering, homeless and misplaced pets. Angel is defined as, "a benevolent being that acts as an intermediary between heaven and earth," which aptly describes every misplaced pet in the world. To know who Maggie was, this link will take you to her story:

Our group is only able to exist with the support of the community. Support is appreciated in several ways, which include monetary donations, donated food, toys and bedding, discounted veterinary care, spreading the word, foster homes, etc. No one can successfully have a rescue group without the support of others.

Donate to Our Rescue Group... We are a 501c3, non-profit organization.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We are a very small rescue group and rely heavily on social media. Our pets our in different foster homes.

Our Adoption Process...

If someone is interested in adopting one of our pets, the first thing we ask is that they complete an adoption application with references. If the application and reference meet our standards, then we arrange a Meet & Greet. We typically do the meeting in the person's home, but sometimes the person goes to where the pet is being fostered, as well. After the meeting, we consider how the person and pet interacted with each other, the questions the person asked, etc.

If we (the group) and the person decide to continue on with the process, then they complete the adoption contract and pay the adoption fee. They are to update us within 4 days how the adoption is going, as well. We strongly emphasize that we will continue to offer support to them and the pet, such as tip/advice or if they need to return the pet to our care.