I'm being cared for by: Persian, Purebred & Purrbaby Rescue
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Facts about Pearl
Color: Calico Or Dilute Calico
already spayed, in need of an experienced adopter, up to date with shots, not good with kids, not good with dogs, and good with cats.
Pearl is best friends with Sugar. Please adopt both of them so they can stay together!
I am already spayed, in need of an experienced adopter, up to date with shots, not good with kids, not good with dogs, and good with cats.
Two older Persians in Central FL need home from a failed rescue placement out of LA....but the two Persians sure look great, receiving wonderful foster care! Here is info from foster (feel free to email her info below). They've been vetted here by my feline only vet and had great blood work. No CKD evident. Pearl is the white dilute calico. Her picture and Sugar's are the pictures shown. They're little girls.....Sugar, the dilute Tortie is quite petite and only 6.13 lbs. She is totally outgoing, loves everyone and is very much a lap cat. Pearl is 7.16 lbs. and a bit more shy with strangers, but warms up quickly and is loving also. Sugar is 12 Pearl almost 13. They each have a good 8 years ahead of them!! They are healthy kitties!! I've got all their records and history. My main concern is that...they've had occasional stress-related eye issues (likely herpetic) and that the new owner will need to be observant/able to treat any future possible exacerbations. Pearl's naso-labial folds need daily cleaning with an inexpensive eye cleaner and Q-tips. I just took Sugar to U.F. Ophthalmology last week. Her eyes aren't bad, but we put both cats on a 3 wk. course of 50 mg Doxy SID. Sugar is also on an antibiotic eye drop BID. They're easy enough to medicate (much better than many of my cats, that's for sure), but I'm willing to keep them until the course of Doxy is finished. (The 6 cc water chaser might put some folks off.). They're really little doll-babies. We are courtesy posting these two sweet ladies for anyone in or near Florida.
We are a small rescue located in Columbus, Ohio and surrounding area. Our cats come primarily from shelters and are then vetted and put into foster homes until they are placed in a forever home. We take in cats who are at risk then put them into rescue where they are safe and are at NO risk to be put to sleep. They are in private homes being fostered and then we work to get them adopted in homes to be loved and taken care of by their adoptive family for the remainder of their lives. We take adoptions very seriously. we are not a 501c3 at this time, but do hope to gain this status in the future. We are always taking donations to help pay vet bills and buy food for the cats in foster. We do not have 501c3 status so we can NOT give a tax deductible receipt for any donations. If you are interested in donating funds and would prefer to donate directly to the veterinary clinic we use in Columbus, please send an e-mail and we can share information with you where to donate.
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Our cats are in private foster homes. After all the steps in the adoption process are completed if approved an appointment to meet the cat(s) can be arranged. NO EXCEPTIONS!
Our Adoption Process...
STEPS WE FOLLOW TO ADOPT: We have to have an adoption application filled out email us for an application at email@example.com we require it to be filled out for consideration to adopt a cat. We then review the application and check references, after review and verification of information we do a phone interview. Following all information being shared and discussed in application or in the phone interview a home visit is scheduled. After all of these steps are finished an appointment to meet the cat is set up. All cats are in private foster homes and an appointment must be set to meet and all applicants must be screened before an appointment can be set NO EXCEPTIONS! Once all steps are finalized to adopt we require adopters to pick up cats in location of the foster home. Adopters must bring their own carriers to transport cats safely home. 1) Adoption application filled out and submitted. 2) Rescue reviews application and information. 3) Check references. 4) Phone interview. 5) Home visit. 6) Meet cat(s). 7) Adoption.
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