My name is Sadie & Sabrina!

Maine Coon Cat for adoption in Mobile, Alabama - Sadie & Sabrina
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Facts about Sadie & Sabrina

  • Breed: Maine Coon
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Unknown
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 10838689
  • Hair: Unknown

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Maine Coon mix & Tuxedo UTD on shots/vetted females
Looking for (and willing to wait) for just the "right" home(s) or rescue group (that can find the right homes) for my healthy and loving Maine Coon mix, "Sadie" (female) and Tuxedo American Shorthair, "Sabrina" (female). Sadie, my Maine Coon female, just turned 1 yr old, and Sabrina, is a "young" 6-7 yrs old. Both are UTD on shots (4-in-1 and rabies)- just rcd a few wks, ago. Litter-box trained, etc. As a background, when I first moved to this area, the movers accidentally opened (clearly marked to "not" open door) the room where Sabrina was kept, she ran out (without me/us knowing until too late) and she was lost for nearly 4 months. She grew up as both an indoor & outdoor cat (usually staying within my yard, though), so, thankfully, even after all that time, she was miraculously found and brought back and in surprisingly good shape. I had lost her companion cat to old age while she was gone, so thought getting Sadie (as a rescue kitten), then, would help her adapt/feel back at home in the new home. Unfortunately, my K9 service dogs increasingly have "not". For the last year, we have tried, literally, everything to integrate all, including pet gate/separating the cats from the dogs so that the cats have exclusive access to the entire upstairs, trying to train the dogs/suppress the prey instinct re the cats, etc.. the problem is that even though these two wonderful cats are dog-friendly, the dogs, even with extensive training, they still are, unpredictably, not. The soul wrenching hard part of having to make this decision, has been that as much as these cats are loved, the dogs are, too, and keeping these service trained K9s is a must. And frankly, there was no way to predict this could have happened (because the dogs were fine with Sabrina/cats before she had been lost/returned), and the cats deserve to have a home(s) where they can have free, safe access to an entire home without owners having to fear for them (the cats are lovers/fearless, which is why there have been some close calls, but would be fine, assumedly, in another home with less small prey instinct dogs) and deserve a great life with or without other pets (and, of course, cannot consider re-homing to any home, if dogs, that have not been around/friendly with cats). Again, both cats are UTD on shots and litterbox trained, Sabrina is spayed/microchipped, Sadie, not yet, and they also come with over $150 worth of hard carrier case and pop-up travel cat carriers, covered litter box, climbing/resting cat tower, and many, many toys. Re-homing fee of $30 ea or $50 for both (and includes all of the above) -OR- if to (prefer) a licensed cat rescue (absolutely no-kill- screened adopters) organization, they are free (including with al of the above). May be willing to separate, but Sabrina must be adopted out prior to Sadie. Must be able to show vet references and are a homeowner or have lease that allows pets, as 110% want their next home(s) to be their permanent safe and incredible happy home(s). Please also feel free to share this post with any other legitimate, good potential owners or rescue groups. Thank you, so much.




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About Save a Stray

About Our Rescue Group...

Save a Stray strives to enrich the lives of pets in Mobile County through spay/neuter programs, providing vet care to shelter pets, and including shelter pets a risk youth groups.

Spay/neutering pets help to decrease the number of pets entering our shelter. By providing vet care to shelter pets healthier pets can be adopted by individuals or pulled by rescue groups. This program will also help decrease vetting expenses of rescue groups. Training programs with shelter pets and at risk youth increase the self esteem of the youth and make the pet more adoptable. A pet that knows a few basic commands is more likely to be adopted, become a family member, and remain in the home.

Our Adoption Process...

Approved Save a Stray application is required for adoption. A contract between the adopter and Save a Stray concerning the care of the adopted pet and the process should the pet need to be rehomed is also required.

Adoption fees range from $85 - $100.

A home visit may be required.