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My name is Charlotte!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in St John, Indiana - Charlotte
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Alsip To The Rescue

Facts about Charlotte

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Cream Or Ivory (Mostly)
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Female
  • Hair: Short
Charlotte is an owner surrender so we have some details on her. She is very friendly with us, loves to be pet and is happy to see the care givers every time they come to her. She has a level 3 heart murmur but we are not seeing any signs that this is causing her any issues. She should be in a calm household and not stressed by other hyper pets. We are waiting on xray results of her heart but are not anticipating any other underlying issues. To meet Charlotte please fill out an application. She is not on the adoption floor.
Alsip To The Rescue (ATTR) strives as a rescue to make sure that when our adopters take home their new rescue they feel they have the support and access to all resources which ATTR can provide. If you want to learn how you can set your new rescue up to succeed and blend in with your family come we will give you tips on what to do when you first bring home a new rescue. Fill out an application or come in to our adoption centers to meet our rescues. www.alsiptotherescue.org

About Alsip To The Rescue

Come Meet Our Pets...

We have two locations for you to come see our rescue dogs and cats. FRANKFORT: 20601 S. LaGrange Road, Frankfort IL, 60423 • PH: 815-469-1044 & ST. JOHN: 10255 Wicker Avenue, St. John, IN 46373 • 219-365-0882

We also have adoption events the first weekend of each month that are open to other rescues, trainers and other pet services to come in a showcase their rescue or business.

You can see the locations hours of operation on our website
www.alsiptotherescue.org
We also have a Facebook page Alsip To The Rescue.

Our Adoption Process...

The adoption fee for our puppies up to age 6 months is $400. It will include the spay/neuter, microchip, as well as all medications and vaccines up to the point of adoption. After adoption and up to the spay/neuter time which is around 6 months old, the adopter is responsible to keep up with vaccines and rabies at the time of spay/neuter along with 12 months of heartworm prevention and pre-surgical blood work.
The adoption fee for ages 7 months to 6 year is $300 and then $200 for seniors, which will be fully vetted at time of adoption.