I'm being cared for by: Wee3beasties Saving the Strays
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Facts about Rhapsody
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
already spayed, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
I am already spayed, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Rhapsody is an 11mo. Dilute Tortie Weight? 5 pounds Altered? Yes Origin? Stray Health condition when found? Very pregnant, skinny OK with dogs/cats/kids? OK Preferred company? Generally just likes to be present Response to strangers? Okay with them Special Needs? None Adjectives? Quiet, restrained, petite, content Litterbox trained? Yes 100% indoors Likes being pet? Yes Likes being picked up? ok Likes being carried? ok Likes being brushed? Hasn't had a need Favorite toy? flexible Not declawed. Uses scratching post. Rubs against legs? some Talks? In a trill voice Purrs? yes Tree or cave dweller? tree
Striving to improve the lives of strays and ferals in the New Prague and surrounding Scott County area. We trap, neuter, and release feral cats. Adoptable felines receive vet care then are listed as available for adoption for a nomimal fee.
Making a difference, one cat at a time.
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Our Adoption Process...
Wee3beasties: Saving the Strays is a 501c3 non-profit rescue organization focused on improving the lives of strays and feral cats. The felines we rescue are, age appropriately, vaccinated against rabies, distemper, and checked for FIV/FeLV. All felines are dewormed and treated for any identified medical issue. Adults and older kittens are spayed/neutered prior to adoption. Adoption fees: $50 for adults and $60 for kittens. Younger kittens require a signed spay/neuter agreement. Wee3beasties can be reached by email at email@example.com or by calling 952-758-5087. We do not accept owner surrenders. Feel free to follow our Wee3beasties: Saving the Strays rescue journey on Facebook. Not microchipped.
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