I'm being cared for by: Wild and Wonderful Animal Rescue
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Woody
Breed: American Shorthair
Color: Orange Or Red Tabby
up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
I am up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Woody is one of the kittens from my Toy Story Litter, they came to me with their Momma Andy when they were only 4 days old. They are litter trained and will be ready for adoption the second week of November! They will have three doses of wormer, first round of shots, and have a dose of Frontline on them! Woody is by far the sweetest from this litter, he comes running to me whenever I walk in the room and begs for me to pick him up!
I started helping homeless animals in college and when I graduated I realized that there was a great need for someone who could help with the feral, stray, and abandoned animals.
Come Meet Our Pets...
We can meet with you by appointment and currently are working on scheduling some adoption events with other rescues and clubs through the university!
Our Adoption Process...
An adoption application will need to be filled out, then if approved you will need to sign an adoption contract stating that you will provide adequate care for the animal, or you will return the animal to us. If the animal leaves our care and is not spayed/neutered you will need to sign a spay/neuter contract stating that you will get the animal spayed/neutered within a year.
Adoption Fees: Standard Adoption Fee for cats/kittens is $30 Standard Adoption Fee for dogs/puppies is $60 Adoption fees for other small animals range depending on if habitat, etc would be included, but the standard adoption fee would be $30.
Medical Care that the animal will receive before adoption: All animals will be treated for fleas and given a month of preventative, they also will be wormed for internal parasites, and the cats will also be treated for ear mites if needed. Cats and dogs older than 6 months will be spayed/neutered before leaving, younger animals will be adopted out with a spay/neuter contract. Animals will receive their vaccines before leaving as well. Any sign of illness will result in a vet visit and the appropriate care will be taken.
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