I'm being cared for by: Few Steps From Home Animal Rescue
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Henry
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
Color: Orange Or Red
already neutered and declawed.
I am already neutered and declawed.
Meet Henry! He is a beautiful, male, 2.5 year old who is about to lose his home. We at Few Steps sure do get sick and tired of the same ole stories about why a person wants to rehome their cat. Please Please.....anyone.....let's save Henry's life! He is a sweet boy. Plus as a bonus he's front declawed. Let us know if you think you'd like to come to this precious guys rescue!
We are A Few Steps From Home Animal Rescue. This group helps homeless and abused animals in distress find permanent homes. We provide all of our fosters with initial vet care. We are a small group so there are only a few of us that can foster these animals in our homes. We at this time foster both dogs and cats and we work with all fosters on an individual basis. We are in DESPERATE need of foster homes at this time! please help!!. Please email Dogrescue0146@gmail.com for dog related questions or firstname.lastname@example.org for cat related questions..
Come Meet Our Pets...
Please go to www.fewstepsfromhome.com for pictures and information on our animals and links on how to adopt.
Adoption events at various times and places please check the web site for more information.
Our Adoption Process...
A few Steps from home animal Rescue requires a adoption contract to be filled out prior to adopting an animal. By filling this out, it does not mean you will be eligible for one of our pets. We do extensive veterinary and reference checks on all potential applicants. We do ask for a donation fee for the adoption of our animals to cover the vet care we have provided to the animals. After approval a contract is required to be signed.
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