My name is Ginnie!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Jacksonville, Texas - Ginnie
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I'm being cared for by:
County Roads Rescue

Facts about Ginnie

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 75111
  • Hair: Unknown

Ginnie was rescued from smith county and was born to a feral litter. At around 10 weeks old she was trapped and brought into a foster home with her siblings. She has made the least progress out of the 3 and is still very scared but coming around slowly. She should be in a home with another domesticated cat so that she can fully rehabilitate and have a chance at a normal happy life.
Ginnie, Domestic Short Hair has been shared from Shelter Exchange.

About County Roads Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

My name is Dava and I am the founder of this organization. I originally was a volunteer at the Jacksonville Animal Shelter in Jacksonville, Texas. They were never able to help with the many abandoned and neglected dogs and cats in the county since they were only contracted with the city. So I stepped in to help. We rescue anywhere between 10-20 animals in Cherokee County every month. There are many more in need of help still and the need for a rescue in this area was large.

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Come Meet Our Pets...

We are foster based and currently do not have a facility. Follow us on Facebook or Twitter for adoption event info.
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Our Adoption Process...

Our adoption fees are between $50-$150 for cats and dogs depending on their age and how much vetting they have had (shots are given based on age, all are spayed or neutered after 6 months of age). If they have not been spayed/neutered or received a rabies vaccine due to age, you are required to sign a time sensitive contract stating the procedures will be done. We do not allow animals to be strictly outside animals, cats cannot be declawed, if you are renting we require a letter from your landlord stating he/she is aware of the new pet before the adoption can be final. Other animals in the home must be up to date on vaccines and altered.