I'm being cared for by: West Coast Dog and Cat Rescue
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Jamma
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
I am already spayed.
JAMMA is a very sweet little dilute tortie 5-month-old female teenager kitten. She loves to play, but is a little shy at first. When she is used to you, she will nuzzle and snuggle up purring and mewing quietly. She is quite adventurous and will stand up for herself with her brothers. She and her siblings were rescued as kittens from a feral colony, and have been slowly getting used to people interactions. Jamma has made amazing progress but will need continued patience and daily handling in her new home. It's important to make her feel safe at first, and she will benefit from starting off in one room with everything she needs (food, water, toys and litterbox). As she acclimates, her adventurous side will soon give her the confidence to explore, and with love and lots of playtime, she will blossom into a beautiful mature girl who will bond strongly with her new owner. She would do best in in a quieter home with older children. She would benefit greatly from being adopted with one of her siblings -- so we are offering a special fee for the pair. Her adoption fee is $110 (which is strictly to help cover our costs), and the fee for a pair of these "J" kittens is $150. Jamma is spayed, up-to-date on vaccinations, tested negative for FIV/FELV, microchipped, deflead and dewormed and comes with a free vet visit. Jamma is temporarily in foster care. For more info, please call Beth at 541-255-9296.
Our mission is to provide care and find loving homes for companion animals of our community, with a focus on those with special needs. Currently we only work with Cats. We offer temporary housing in foster homes until they can be placed through our adoption process. We have adoption centers within both Petsmarts in Eugene, at Chad Drive, near Costco, and 29th and Willamette; PetCo by Valley River Center and Wags Emporium on Coburg Rd. WCDC works with humane societies, other animal rescue groups, the public and government animal services agencies to offer them relief from their overpopulation problem. All cats in our custody receive the medical care they need. WCDC is a non-profit organization. All money raised is used to help WCDC save as many animal lives as possible.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Our cats can be seen at Petsmart on Chad Drive and on Willamette St, at Petco near Valley River Center and Wags Emporium on Coburg Rd, seven days a week during normal business hours. We do have adoption counselors available on weekends or by appointment or from 11-4pm Sat.-Sun.
Our Adoption Process...
All potential adopters are required to complete our application and contract. Our contract stipulates the requirements for care of our pets. These documents are available through e-mail or at our adoption events. The documents are reviewed by our staff and together with a face to face interview we explore the potential new home. If all parties agree to the specifics of the contract the dog or cat can go home. Adoption fee varies with age of pet. All pets are current on vaccinations, health checked by our veterinarian, De-wormed, treated with flea medication, spayed or neutered, and cats are felv/fiv tested.
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