My name is Junebug!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Venice, Florida - Junebug
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Venice Cat Coalition

Facts about Junebug

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Brown Tabby
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 10645367-1217
  • Hair: Short
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.

Junebug is young and beautiful, with a sad story to tell.  She was found in a shopping mall parking lot in Port Charlotte. She is friendly as can be, so we are fairly sure she was dumped there.  She had no microchip but was already spayed.  She now has all her shots and is ready for a home.  She is very unusual with her half tail and brown stripes mixed in with the grey ones.  She also is a special needs cat, having a blood condition, FIV, that means her immune system is not as strong as a normal cat.  She needs a loving home and VCC will work with the adopter on any problems that arise due to her special needs.

Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.

About Venice Cat Coalition

About Our Rescue Group...

Founded in 2006 by veteran cat rescue team leader, Theresa Foley,

The Key West Cat Society / Venice Cat Coalition is dedicated to changing our nation's approach to the problem of too many homeless cats. Theresa and other volunteers solve this problem in two ways:

1. First an attitude of doing it "cat by cat." If the magnitude of the situation appears to be overwhelming, we methodically devise a plan to help the colony cats one at a time, until the breeding and other undesirable behaviors have been resolved. We work constantly to help those who are taking care of cats, particularly colonies and abandoned outdoor cats, to learn how they can get those cats fixed and get the tiny kittens out of there and into homes.

2. Second, we advocate and educate so that those who don't understand the availability of new programs for spay-neuter and the damage done by breeding pets can learn how they can be part of the solution. Sometimes this means advocacy with government managers or cat rescue groups.

Loving Cats. Magical, beautiful, innocent cats – whether they are feral or someone's pampered pet. Who will speak for the cats? We will.

Theresa has trapped more than 800 cats for spay, neuter and return programs in South Florida in the last 7 years. She has expertise in trapping difficult to catch cats, working with recalcitrant and argumentative involved persons, presenting pro-feral cat positions before federal and local government bodies, dealing with lawyers working on court cases involved cats (such as the famous civil law fight over BigToes in Key West several years ago).

She keeps a small sanctuary for a dozen or more rescue cats that have been difficult to place in private homes because of behavioral problems or simply that they never reversed their fearful, feral psychological temperament.

She founded the Key West Cat Society and Venice Cat Coalition to provide a small non-profit rescue aimed at making a big impact on the local level in the Key West and Venice, Florida, areas, where she maintains homes.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Kitten Adoption $75 / Adult Adoption (6 months and up) $35

Come Meet Our Pets...

Contact Theresa to see what foster home the cat or kitten is at.

Our Adoption Process...

Kitten Adoption $75 / Adult Adoption (6 months and up) $35 This includes all vaccinations, deworming, flea treatment, spay/neuter, and a microchip.

There is an application for adoption at: