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My name is Rosie!

Domestic Mediumhair Cat for adoption in Denver, Colorado - Rosie
Photo 1 - Domestic Mediumhair Cat for adoption in Denver, Colorado - Rosie
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I'm being cared for by:
Good Samaritan Pet Adoption Center, Inc.

Facts about Rosie

  • Breed: Domestic Mediumhair
  • Color: Brown Or Chocolate (Mostly)
  • Age: Senior
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 10654117-00112915
  • Hair: Unknown
In the words of her foster mom, Rosie is a “sweet lap cat, has a wonderful purr, a soft coat, and a playful personality. She eats wet and dry food and is not a picky eater. She’s not a confident jumper and she is OK with other cats. Her litter box habits are perfect.” Rosie was taken from a cat hoarding situation. She had a bad cough and later medical tests revealed that she had pneumonia. She is now totally free of any diseases. She has a microchip, negative fecal tests, vaccinations, leukemia/aids negative and has been deemed healthy by the vet. Rosie is about 11 years old, healthy, clean, friendly and used to other cats. She purrs all the time and is very loving and wants to be a lap cat! For more information about Rosie call Kris at Barnwater Cats at 303-759-2855 or barnwatercat@aol.com!
 
Or fill out an application at:  https://goo.gl/forms/daf1a90i1QYLWrFl1

About Good Samaritan Pet Adoption Center, Inc.

About Our Rescue Group...

In mid 2000 a group of caring and dedicated volunteers formally organized a quality animal welfare organization which would fill a special niche--to help abandoned pets find good homes, assist low income families with spay/neuter costs and form a strong foster program in which abandoned animals are sheltered, loved and socialized until they are placed in permanent homes. Thus, the Good Samaritan Pet Adoption Center, Inc. was formed.

The Good Samaritan Pet Adoption Center, Inc. is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit animal rescue organization which provides a "shelter alternative" for homeless animals throughout the Metro area. We are a network of foster parents who care for these animals until a permanent home can be found.

Our mission is to promote healthy relationships between people and their pets. We strive to prevent animal abuse and abandonment and provide resources and support services to fulfill these goals.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We are a network of foster parents so animals are shown by the foster parents by appointment. The foster parent/contact name and number is listed after the animal's write up.

Our Adoption Process...

Adult cats $50
Kittens $80
Senior Dogs over 7 yrs. $75
Dogs $100
Puppies $150

An application is required and a contract is prepared prior to adoption. You may apply on-line or download a paper application and FAX it to us. These forms are listed on our website at
www.goodsamaritanpet center.org

*Note: Some of our animals are advertised under our Good Samaritan Flyer Program. These animals are owned and/or not Good Samaritan animals but are needing to be rehomed. The owner determines the adoption fee. Flyer Program animals are listed with an asterisk.

DETAILS-ADOPTING A DOG - All applicants must complete a Good Samaritan Pet Center Adoption application that includes listing two references that the the Good Samaritan representative will contact. The adoption donation for adult dogs is $100. The adoption donation for puppies is $150. The adoption donation for senior dogs (7 years of age or older) is $75. The adoption donation includes the basic canine vaccination and the spay/neuter ( younger animals will be spayed or neutered at approximately 20 weeks of age) at Harrison Memorial Veterinary Hospital. Puppies will be dewormed and will have received a veterinary examination. All needed medical care is normally provided prior to adoption.


DETAILS - ADOPTING A CAT - All applicants must complete a Good Samaritan Pet Center Adoption application that includes listing two references that the foster parent will contact. The adoption donation for adult cats is $50.00. The adoption donation for kittens (under nine months old) is $80.00. The adoption donation will be $95 if the kitten has had the second vaccination. The adoption donation includes the basic feline vaccination and the spay/neuter ( younger animals will be spayed or neutered at approximately 20 weeks of age) at Harrison Memorial Veterinary Hospital. Kittens will be dewormed and will have received a veterinary examination. All needed medical care is normally provided prior to adoption. Cats will be tested for FIV/felv.