I'm being cared for by: Helping PAWS Pet Rescue Inc
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Facts about Cascade
Breed: Domestic Longhair
Color: Gray Or Blue
up to date with shots.
I am up to date with shots.
Hello world. I’m Cascade Range and though my sister is Queen, I’m the Master of All that I Survey. There is no toy that can withstand the attack of the Master’s teeth and claws. I love reducing them all to dust! Everyone here says that I am just bubbling over with personality and I really can’t deny it. I’m playful, fun-loving and once I have finished subduing my toys, I like to curl up with my human and show off my more cuddly side. If you are looking for a kitten whose personality has range, come meet me: Cascade Range!
Description We take in and adopt out kittens, cats, puppies and dogs and work with retired racehorses from time to time. Our purpose is to promote animal welfare through aggressive community outreach and education. We strive to provide unparalleled care to our adoptable pets.
General Information When pets are adopted from Helping PAWS Pet Rescue, Inc., you can be assured that no corners are cut. These pets are provided with natural, high-quality nutrition, all appropriate vaccines (not just the bare minimum "core" vaccines), and are dewormed appropriately, based on individual fecal examinations. Any medical issues that may occur are treated appropriately, and all surgeries are performed with state of the art monitoring equipment and a surgical laser.
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In addition to the pets listed on Adopt-A-Pet, we have some that are not quite ready for prime time, but we will accept adoption applications now on these for when they reach the adoptable stage. At present, these include blue-eyed Siamese marked, a Russian Blue cross, several different calico patterns, tabbies of all stripes, and Tuxedo and Basic Black for those formal holiday occasions. Call Helping PAWS for more information.
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