Merloff is curious, playful, active and intelligent. He will follow you around the house and is outgoing. He is around 2 years of age, fixed, vaccinated and AIDS/Leukemia tested negative. He likes to hide and sneak attack and grab your legs and other such antics at times, he may play a bit rough on occasion and be sassy so a home with no small children would be best. $40 donation requested for adoption.
Our Mission: Hood Catz is a 501C non-profit dedicated to the betterment of the lives of stray and abandoned animals. What we do: * Rescue cats and kittens * Identify and reduce the size of feral cat colonies through spay/neuter * Rehabilitate sick and injured cats and kittens * Evaluate and prepare cats for adoption * Place cats and kittens in loving homes
Come Meet Our Pets...
All rescues are in foster homes so we get to know them well, Appointments are made for meeting at foster home.
Our Adoption Process...
We request that an initial email inquiry be made by the person interested in adopting. We try to reply to all inquiries within 24 hours. We prefer to contact them back by email and phone to ask our adoption questions to verify placement of a great rescue in the most fitting forever home. We then schedule meeting with the prospective adopter with the rescue they are interested in. The animals live in foster homes after they are healthy, thus we really get to know their personalities. If any adopted animal is not a wonderful fit in his or her new home we gladly take them back and rehome them. We want the animal and the family completely happy. If both parties agree to adoption then a simple adoption contract is filled out and a donation is requested for HoodCatz.
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