already neutered, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with cats.
Bruno Mars is best friends with Rhianna. Please adopt both of them so they can stay together!
Bruno Mars's Info...
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with cats.
Bruno Mars's Story...
Bruno Mars's Story...
Bruno is named after Bruno Mars for his charm and loving personality. He's playful and a laplover even at his young age of 6 months (as of November 2016) he's outgoing and loves people. He has an eartipped because he was originally found in a cat colony and at the time of his neuter there wasn't availability with any rescues :( But he doesn't let this hold him down and him and his sister Rhyanna were just so darn loving and friendly that eventually they were taken off the streets and made their way to us. Him and his sister just want a home for the Holidays. He is currently being shows at Pet Food Express in Lafayette on Sundays though CC4C
Started by fostering now working on adopting cats out directly on our own. I am an independent rescuer, not an organization. I am barely managing to get my own fosters taken care of and hopefully adopting them, I don't have the means to take on other people's friend's and family's unwanted cats. Please stop asking me to do so. Believe me you CAN take them on yourself, whatever obstacle you think you have it CAN be surmounted, I know I've had to demolish many I thought were there in the first place. Where there's a will...
Our Adoption Process...
We are currently showing the posted pets through CC4C (community Concern for Cats) at the Lafayette Pet Food Express. Their adoption fees are $125 for kittens up to 1 year of age, and $100 for adults. For that fee you get fully vetted cats - up to date with vaccines, flea control and all are spay/neutered (or will be when of age even after you adopt them), microchipped, and FIV/FeLV tested.
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