I'm being cared for by: Metrowest Animal Awareness Society
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Boston Blackeye
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
Color: Black & White Or Tuxedo
already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
Boston Blackeye's Info...
I am already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
Boston Blackeye's Story...
Boston Blackeye's Story...
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.
CaRMaH (formerly Metrowest Animal Awareness Society) is an all volunteer, no-kill cat rescue group serving the Marlborough/Hudson area. Our cats are 'lap fostered' in our homes!
I’m Boston Blackeye, though I am sometimes called Boston. Like the city, I have lots of charm. I’m very handsome, with baby blue eyes, and a lush black and white coat. When I'm affectionate, I’ll purr, swirl around you, chirp, and come trotting over when you offer me my favorite - Friskies treats! I also have a ‘cool dude' side, though, and that’s when I curl up in my “man cave” places - like the “house” in my cat tree, or under a desk. I enjoy playing with toys - especially my catnip turtle. I lived in one home my whole life, until my frail guardian asked Carmah to help me find another loving home. I was shy when I first arrived at my foster home. But I’ve gotten lots of love, play, and kindness here, and have shown that I respond to someone with a little patience as I learn to trust and feel secure. I am six years old and in good health. I have a lot of personality and love to give - I am a fabulous kitty.
Can I help make your home complete?
All our cats are spayed/neutered, up to date on vaccines, tested for FeLV/FIV, microchipped, treated for parasites and checked by a vet before adoption. To apply please go to http://www.carmah.org/info/adoption. Questions can be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
OUR KITTEN POLICY: Kittens under the age of 6 months need other cats for social development and fewer behavioral problems - and they keep each other company when people aren't around. So, we adopt out kittens in pairs, or with their charming momcats, or into home already having a young or active cat.
We are a non-profit no-kill feline rescue group serving the Metrowest area of MA. since 2002. We do not have a shelter, we are an all volunteer group, fostering cats and kittens in our home. Our focus is TNR, fostering and adoption. We have many cats and kittens available for the right loving home. You can visit our kitties in their foster homes, or at our "Meow Mixers" held at local pet stores, two Saturdays per month. Please check our website, www.metrowestaware.org, for dates and details. We welcome new volunteers and donations! You can download an adoption application from our website and send it in via email, or 'snail mail'.
Come Meet Our Pets...
We hold "Meow Mixers" 2 Saturdays per month, at local pet stores. You can fill out an application on site, and visit with our adoptable cats and kittens. The Meow Mixer is an opportunity to meet our kitties, but we do not finalize adoptions at these events, since our kitties need to visit the vet one more time for a health certificate, prior to adoption. You can also meet our kitties in their foster homes, a great way to see them when they are relaxed and playful!
Our Adoption Process...
Each applicant must fill out an application to be reviewed by our adoption committee. For applicants with a prior vet history, vet references are checked. If there is no prior vet history, we ask for 2 personal references. The application approval process can take 2-6 days. Applications can be downloaded from our website, returned by email or 'snail mail', or can be filled out in person at our Meow Mixers. At the time of adoption, the applicant will sign an adoption agreement and pay an adoption fee of $150 per kitten, $100 per adult over 1 year of age.
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