I'm being cared for by: The Euclid Beach Cat Project
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Annie
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
Color: Gray Or Blue
already spayed, in need of an experienced adopter, and up to date with shots.
I am already spayed, in need of an experienced adopter, and up to date with shots.
Annie is a little timid in the shelter because she is not sure she can trust all the cats that are around her. She really would do well with a very loving, patient family that would give her time to decompress. She is one stunning young lady, don't you think? We would love it if you opened your home to her.
The Euclid Beach Cat Project is a 501(c)(3), non profit, rescue group. We take in, socialize, vet and adopt out cats and kittens as well as TNR and manage feral colonies. There are so many homeless, abandoned and vulnerable cats and kittens out there needing homes, medical care and to be spayed/neutered. We try to help as many cats find home as we can. If they are feral we with TNR and make sure either a caregiver or someone with this rescue continues to provide for them.
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Come Meet Our Pets...
We have a monthy adoption event on the 3rd Saturday every month. Location: Cuyahoga County Animal Shelter- 9500 Sweet Valley Dr. Valley View, OH 44125. Time: 12PM-3PM
Please check our website for additional events as well as contact us for meet and greets of our adoptables.
Our Adoption Process...
We are charging a 65.00 fee for kittens under 6 months and 50.00 for cats over 6 months at the moment for both cats and kittens. We ask that you sign a adoption contract that states you will continue to vet and care for cat/kitten and if you at anytime do not wish to have you will return to The Euclid Beach Cat Project. We ask that if you rent that you agree you are allowed to have pets before adoption. We also request that at the time of adoption you provide a carrier to take your cat home in safely.
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