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My name is Scooter!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Satellite Beach, Florida - Scooter
Photo 1 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Satellite Beach, Florida - Scooter
Photo 2 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Satellite Beach, Florida - Scooter
Photo 3 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Satellite Beach, Florida - Scooter
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I'm being cared for by:
Helping Overpopulation of Pets End (HOPE)

Facts about Scooter

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Black (All)
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 10721220-ScooterHH062016
  • Hair: Short

Uno & Scooter were born 3/28/16 under a house by a stray.  By the time HOPE was called, Uno had a ruptured eye and Scooter had an eye badly damaged by an injury.  Uno's right eye has been removed, but he is still a handsome little boy!  Scooter was able to keep his left eye, but it will always be a little cloudy, but he is still a handsome boy!    These two brothers love to be held & cuddled.  They play & purr & love to be loved!  They need a loving family willing to keep an eye on them, as they still occasionally come down with a cold.  Please consider helping and loving these two brothers! Scooter is fixed, vaccinated, tested for feline leukemia and feline aids, and is microchipped. If interested Call or text Heather 321-255-7203, or email  Heatherholjes7@gmail.com

Uno & Scooter were born 3/28/16 under a house by a stray.  By the time HOPE was called, Uno had a ruptured eye and Scooter had an eye badly damaged by an injury.  Uno's right eye has been removed, but he is still a handsome little boy!  Scooter was able to keep his left eye, but it will always be a little cloudy, but he is still a handsome boy!    These two brothers love to be held & cuddled.  They play & purr & love to be loved!  They need a loving family willing to keep an eye on them, as they still occasionally come down with a cold.  Please consider helping and loving these two brothers!   Call or text Heather 321-255-7203, or email  Heatherholjes7@gmail.com

 

About Helping Overpopulation of Pets End (HOPE)

About Our Rescue Group...

Helping Overpopulation of Pets End (HOPE), is here to educate the public about the problem and put an end to unwanted animals in Brevard County Florida. Too many animals are euthanized in the shelters in Brevard County. Brevard should strive to become a no-kill County, doing all it can to find homes for the animals in need.
We foster animals in order to help abandoned, homeless, and stray animals find permanent and loving homes.
We educate all people on proper pet care.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Adoption events are held at Pet Supermarket stores in Brevard County (West Melbourne, Melbourne, Indian Harbour Beach and Merritt Island) on Saturday afternoons. Please call for more information.

Our Adoption Process...

We require an application prior to proceeding with the adoption process. If application is approved then a contract is signed. We take all our animals back for any reason.