Harper and her sisters were born on porch and living under a lawn mower. The property owner is elderly and was in the hospital. A neighbor (an OFF supporter and adopter) was providing basic care for them and their mama and did a great job of socializing them prior to them entering our foster program. They are 100% adorable and lovable! Now that they are big enough to be spayed (little Halo, not quite), we are accepting adoption applications for them. They have had their first kitten shots and once your application is approved, your little girl(s) will be spayed and ready to go home after a few days to recover!
We are a group of volunteers who formed in August 2013 to address the issue of homeless felines in our county. As of April 2016, we have done TNR on 896 community cats. As a natural progression of our program, we also provide fostering and adoptions of domestic cats and kittens. All of our foster felines are in private homes, not a shelter environment. We can help arrange transport if needed.
Come Meet Our Pets...
By appointment only. Foster kitties are in multiple locations. All attempts will be made to get your possible adoptees in one location for a meet 'n greet as quickly as possible.
Our Adoption Process...
We offer adoptions based on donations comparable to the vetting that we have completed on the kitty. Spay or neuter is mandatory. If the kitty you choose has not yet been s/n, we require a $50 refundable deposit when you have completed the spay or neuter.
Our adoption form can be found at https://form.jotform.com/WV201/operation-fancy-free-adoption-form
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