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Facts about Isis
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
already spayed, a special needs pet, in need of an experienced adopter, and up to date with shots.
I am already spayed, a special needs pet, in need of an experienced adopter, and up to date with shots.
Isis is not really a special needs, but she does have only one eye. That does not bother her much, she's grown up that way and was adopted that way. What does bother her is another one of the resident cats now that they all had to move into a smaller place with her owner. Isis is very unhappy with the current living situation and would do best as an only cat where she can get lots of people attention. She can live in a home with another pet only if they are very calm and non aggressive. Isis is very healthy and is about 5-6 years of age. She can stand to lose a pound or two, but is super sweet and friendly to humans and would make someone a great pet. Isis really deserves a 2nd chance where she can be the star of the household! Contact Joan at jbeard_99@yahoo if interested.
About CAPIC, Cat Adoption and Pet Information Center
Capic is a group of volunteers who specialize in TNR (Trap Neuter Return). We are a 501C3 Accredited Charity. We gladly accept monetary donations as well as cat food, towels, supplies and bedding. New volunteers are always welcome and foster homes are especially needed. We often help local residents with the feral/free roaming cat problem with trap/neuter/spay/return and adoptions.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Our local adoption events are held every Saturday at Amwell Pet Supply, 434 Rt. 206 South, Hillsborough, NJ Please contact us if you are interested in one of our cats or kittens.
Our Adoption Process...
We require an adoption application be filled out before adopting. This will be furnished upon request. Our fees vary depending on if the pet is old enough for spay/neuter and how much vetting was required according to it's age. A contract must be signed agreeing to have the pet spayed and neutered if it is still to young at the time of adoption. We provide information about low cost spay / neuter options.
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