I'm being cared for by: Whiskers Cat Rescue and Canine
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Iona
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with cats.
I am up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with cats.
Hello my name is Iona. I'm very cuddly, playful, and lovable. I play well with others. My foster momma also has a puppy that I will play with but he and I are still getting use to each other. I'm just looking for that special person to take me home............. they wouldn't regret it if they do!!! In about a week I will be going to the vet's to be spayed.
I started out fostering and didn't like how they wanted them caged. I knew I had to help with the cat and dog over population as too many were being put down. I've been in the rescue business for 15+ years and I've never put an animal down unless dying. I love my work and wouldn't trade it for the world. I'm out of home and let my rescues run free so I can learn to know them.
Come Meet Our Pets...
I'm out of home so please contact us for an appointment.
I also show a Petsmart on the weekends in Rochester (Rochester Rd/Avon Rd). No animal under 12 weeks will be at the show.
Our Adoption Process...
For a kitten/cat it is $125, depending on their age they will have their first booster, flea treatment and worming. If they are not fixed, you send in proof and you get $25 back. If they're fixed then they will also have their rabies. For a puppy/dog, it is $250. Above cat info applies to puppies/dog except you get $50 back for proof of spay/neuter.. All animals are tested before entering the rescue. Barn cat prices range by cat. Our procedure is: Come out and see the animals, fill out the necessary paperwork and, after a short review while there, you take your new furbaby home the same day.
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