already neutered, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Luigi !'s Info...
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Luigi !'s Story...
Luigi !'s Story...
Luigi is a cuddly curious boy rescued then fostered in a loving foster home .Has a big deep purr and is partial to wand toys. Approx 5 months old . A little shy at first but his personality is emerging. Thanks for considering a rescue . Adoption fee is $250.
Cowichan Cat Rescue is a federally registered charity, entirely staffed by volunteers and funded by donations, operating a trap, neuter, and return program (TNR) for feral cats in the Cowichan Valley since 1999. We take in all kittens found young enough to socialize, foster them until they are spayed/neutered and vaccinated, and then adopt them out to forever homes. We also try to find barn and warehouse homes for feral cats which must be relocated due to loss of habitat or problems with property owners.
Find out more about us and our programs on our website at www.cowichancatrescue.org or visit us on our Facebook page.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Many of our kittens can be seen at Duncan Pets (250-746-4833) and the rest of our adoptables are in foster homes and posted on this website.
Our Adoption Process...
Most of our kittens are adopted out through Duncan Pets, a locally owned full-service pet store. Prospective adopters are interviewed and screened by store employees and the terms of the adoption reviewed with them. There is a thirty day health guarantee and a seven day return policy for any other reason. Cost is $250 and all kittens are spay/neutered, given their first vaccinations, and treated for parasites before adoption.
Cats and kittens not suitable for adoption through the pet store are adopted out directly from the foster homes. Cost and guarantees may vary depending on the special needs of the kitten.
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