I'm being cared for by: Seattle Area Feline Rescue
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Bailey
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
already neutered and housetrained.
I am already neutered and housetrained.
Bailey was adopted from us as a kitten and surrendered to us 9 years later with a neurological problem. We are still working with our vets to determine the right medicine for him.
He arrived confused and angry. He has since blossomed into a charming and chatty fellow, although quirky due to his condition. He doesn't groom, but loves to be brushed. He has an oral medication that he takes twice a day in a capsule. He is easy to medicate.
He consistently uses his litter box, but because of his condition he is not able to empty his bladder fully. This causes his bladder to fill and he will leak urine on his bed. Tinkering with the medication has helped, but he will likely always have some incontinence.
Does you have the heart, time, and space to give this fantastic cat a temporary home? If so, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. The rescue will cover the veterinary expenses, his medicine, and his food. Your responsibility is administering medication and, most importantly, giving this handsome guy your love.
Or, if you're interested in giving Bailey a forever home, please email email@example.com to learn more about him.
***Bailey’s adoption fee has been sponsored by Maddie’s Fund! There is no charge to adopt this kitty.***
Thanks for looking out for the kitties who need a little extra love and understanding!
DOB ~05/26/2007We are open for adoptions Friday, Saturday, Sunday from 12pm -7pm, and Mondays from 2pm-5pm. Please refer to our website (www.SeattleAreaFelineRescue.org) for our adoption policies. You can also find fees other helpful tips about adopting from SAFe Rescue.
To save the lives of homeless, neglected and at-risk cats and kittens; by spaying and neutering, by providing safe refuge and rehabilitation, and by finding felines permanent, stable homes.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Please stop by our adoption center to meet our adoptable kitties. Our adoption fees and hours of operation are listed on our website (www.SeattleAreaFelineRescue.org).
Our Adoption Process...
Adopters must agree to keep the pet for the duration of the cat's life--up to 20 years. We require an indoor-only situation. Kittens 6 months old or younger are adopted out in pairs/multiples unless another suitable kitten or young cat is already in the home. Research has shown that this is healthiest for you and your kitten and is the policy of many no-kill shelters.
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