I am already spayed, in need of an experienced adopter, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
CHARLOTTE (bonded with TOM)'s Story...
CHARLOTTE (bonded with TOM)'s Story...
A compassionate friend with dogs and an allergic daughter at home has been temporarily fostering Charlotte (white and tortoise tabby) and Tom (orange and white), who were abandoned by their previous owner in 2015, and were at risk for euthanasia at the shelter. They're currently milling about a photo studio (they're INDOOR ONLY cats), and they greet everyone affectionately and are super easy-going and certainly lovable at first sight. But they are eager to finally have their very own forever-home together. "Tom" is the stocky, beautiful Tabby with the silky white and orange coat. His sweet-pea, Charlotte is a very petite, lovely Tabby. The two ADORE each other. They snuggle close, she grooms him (maybe he's too chubby to groom itself?) and he is quick to check out who visits and ask for a head rub. Charlotte is the more reserved of the two, though she'll mosey her way on out to put a paw on your lap, as if to ask if it's okay to sit there. They're both malleable -- I pick him up constantly and he purrs and allows himself to be held for a good two minutes. He evidently LOVES KISSES on his head and shoulders-- it's hysterical. He seldom meows, but when he does, it sounds like a tiny.... crackle -- like a faint door creak! (Charlotte meows like a Soprano and will lay on her back to have her belly rubbed after a brief game of "follow her down the hall until she drops and rolls over on her back for rubs). She loves her back rubbed, and will let you gently pet her head once she knows you a bit. Both are clean, well-behaved, non-destructive, and are loyal to whomever cares for them. They're VERY bonded and about 3-4 years young, so they have SO many years of joy to bring you! They're acclimated to people and submissive, gentle dogs. Tom and Charlotte will be your best friends for life -- guaranteed. If you are interested in adopting this pair, please contact me ASAP.
Carson Cats is a cat rescue that is dedicated to rescuing cats and kittens from the 6 Los Angeles County shelters, mainly Carson Shelter located in Gardena, Ca. Over the past 5 years, Carson Cats has rescued over 3000 animals from the Los Angeles County Shelter System which has one of the highest euthanasia rates in the country. This is a private, volunteer only organization and there is no direct affiliation with “Carson Cats” and the Los Angeles County Department of Animal Care and Control.
Cyndi Zacko and her small team of volunteers work relentlessly to rescue cats in need from these shelters, raising money for their vetting, pulling them from the shelters and transporting them to prospective fosters, adopters and rescues to the Los Angeles Area. Carson Cats is also highly involved in making these cats HEALTHY for the rescues to take and find homes for because most of the animals that come from these shelters are exposed to terrible viruses or are surrendered to the shelter in terrible shape due to abuse and neglect.
Come Meet Our Pets...
All our cats and dogs are located in foster homes in the South Bay. Please call or text to arrange for a "meet and greet".
Our Adoption Process...
We first arrange a meet and greet appointment at our shelter location. If you and the pet are a good match, we require an adoption contract to be filled out prior to adoption. Fees are 125.00 for each pet which goes toward spaying/neutering, vaccinations, de-worming, and flea control. Donations are always needed to help rescue another pet from a local shelter.
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