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My name is Amelia Earhart-the adventurous!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Tucson, Arizona - Amelia Earhart-the adventurous
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Saving At Risk Animals

Facts about Amelia Earhart-the adventurous

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Gray Or Blue (Mostly)
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Female
  • Hair: Short
Amelia - what better name for our solo adventurer? However, unlike her namesake, our Amelia was found and is living a life full of love and comfort in her foster home. She was found alone, scared, and hungry in a car dealership late at night. After hours of gaining her trust, she was able to be taken home to start a new adventure.

At first she wasn't interested in play time, she only wanted affection and attention but by day 2 she was beginning to play like a kitten and was already litter box trained. Amelia has made quite the impression in her foster household, she is a spunky, very chatty, and mischievous.

She was named after Amelia Earhart because of her bravery and solo journey. She now spends her days playing with the resident cats, taking long naps, and learning what life with a family is all about. She does well with people, other cats, brushing, nail clipping, bathing, car rides, time in her cat carrier, and the vet.

Amelia is mostly gray but has white boots and a white chest/ under belly. She has a pink nose with a black beauty mark on it and she is slightly cross eyed which make her even cuter!

Adoption procedure includes an adoption application and home visit.
$95 adoption fee applies and includes:
spay surgery
current on age-appropriate vaccinations (FVRCP and rabies)
FIV/ feline leukemia testing (negative for both)
any medical care needed to prepare for adoption
microchip
cat training/ behavior DVD
certificate for a free veterinary wellness exam
Petfinder/ PetSmart adoption pack
oodles of kitty love ;-)

About Saving At Risk Animals

About Our Rescue Group...

Saving At Risk Animals (SARA) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit cat rescue group. We take-in cats and kittens who are at risk of being put down for treatable medical and behavioral conditions. We are a foster-based rescue, so all of our cats live in foster homes as part of the family - this means we get to know their purrsonality and temperament and are able to help you make a good match in finding the right cat/ cats to suit your lifestyle and home.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We hold adoption events each weekend across the Tucson area, which a selection of cats attend. Should you be interested in meeting a particular cat we will make arrangements to have that cat attend an upcoming event. In cases where this is not possible, we can make arrangements for you to meet a cat at a time/ place mutually agreeable to you and the foster family.

Our Adoption Process...

Our adoption process requires an approved adoption application, a home visit, and an adoption contract. Our experienced volunteers are available to help with the transition of your new cat into your home.

$95 adoption fee applies and includes:
Spay/ neuter surgery
Microchip
Age-appropriate vaccinations (FVRCP, rabies)
Feline leukemia testing (negative unless stated otherwise)
FIV testing (negative unless stated otherwise)
Certificate for a free veterinary wellness exam
Any medical/ behavioral treatment needed to prepare the cat for adoption
Support of experienced volunteers in helping your new cat settle into your home
A lifetime of kitty love!