We are seeking a forever loving home for 21 year old Mew. Mew is a black spayed DSH, approx. 21 years old. She was surrendered to the shelter on 11/16 because her owner could no longer care for her. Mew is a total sweetheart, and in great condition for her age! She loves to be picked up and snuggled, enjoys a good chin rub, and is generally mild-mannered and laid-back. She’s a calm, gentle cat who would be great in a quiet home. It looks like she’s been well cared-for – she has some plaque on her teeth, and some mats in her fur, and her hips look a little arthritic – but she’s looking great for such an old girl! She needs someone with a big heart to take her in and love her for the rest of her days. If you can open your home to Mew forever please email me at Rezqumee@gmail.com. Thankfully we have several offers to foster Mew but a permanent home is what this girl really needs. Email Rezqumee@gmail.com or go to petsbringjoy.org to fill out an application.
We are passionate about the fact that pets bring joy to the people who love them, and vice versa! Our full mission statement is presented on our website, petsbringjoy.org, but in a nutshell, we rescue adoptable animals (primarily cats) at risk from "kill shelters," emphasizing adult cats who often get passed over in favor of kittens. We support them through the kindness of volunteer foster homes, and work to find qualified, loving homes for them all.
We also encourage collaboration within the rescue community, working with smaller "grass roots" rescue organizations to help them with community outreach and fund-raising.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Most of our sponsored cats are cared for by foster volunteers in their homes throughout Northern Virginia. We arrange for approved adopters to meet our kitties in their foster homes, where the kitties are in their most relaxed and natural environment.
We are also delighted to have been chosen as the resident rescue organization for PetSmart's East Fairfax store, located at 9528 Main Street in Fairfax, Virginia 22031 (at the corner of Pickett Road and Main Street aka "Little River Turnpike"). You may *view* our kitties any time that the store is open (store phone: (571) 328-7770), but it's best if you contact us via email first so that we can arrange to have a PBJ volunteer meet you to open the cat room so that you can *interact* with them.
We regularly hold adoption events at the store on Saturdays ... please check our website, petsbringjoy.org, for our latest adoption schedule.
We also have animals housed at the PetMAC in DC. Please visit their website: petmac.org/dc; visit Lori at the PetMAC DC store 7 days a week or email Lori at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Our Adoption Process...
We require completion of an initial on-line application; our evaluation process involves two phone interviews, a vet reference check, and a home visit.
For information regarding our adoption process and adoption fees, please visit our website -- petsbringjoy.org -- and click on the ADOPT link at the top of the home page.
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