Date of Birth: 2006
Oreo’s tale is a happy one. He was an abandoned cat that had been fending for himself for many years. It is a hard life for an animal that is homeless, and Oreo’s unfortunate circumstances had made him a very grumpy cat. When he was rescued, Oreo was not at all social and was definitely not a people-person pet.
It turns out that Oreo’s cantankerous personality was because he was in need of urgent, critical veterinary care. This poor feline must have been in constant pain due to severe dental problems and, once he had infected teeth extracted, he became a completely different cat. Gone was the grouchy personality and a sweet, affectionate, Oreo emerged.
Oreo is loving the companionship he now has with humans and the other foster felines. He seems to be making up for all those years of loneliness by spending as much time as he can playing with his foster friends or contently following his foster mom around to keep her company. He is so happy to be with other cats that he will often be found grooming them or snuggling with them. He enjoys cuddling with people too and is a lap cat extraordinaire.Oreo is a healthy, affectionate, easy-going sweetie that just needs a loving, forever family to make his life a truly happy-ever-after story.
Adoption fees are $175 for adult cats (one year and older), $225 for kittens, and $125.00 for senior cats (10+ years old). The fee includes: veterinary health check, spay/neuter surgery, microchip, testing for Feline Leukemia and FIV, vaccinations, flea and ear mite treatments, and six weeks of pet insurance.
NOTE: Young kittens may not have had their spay/neuter surgery and final vaccinations at the time of their bio posting, but they are included in the adoption fee.
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