already neutered, up to date with shots, declawed, and not good with cats.
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, declawed, and not good with cats.
Blizzard is a gorgeous pure white young adult who was rescued, and taken in by a family, but he plays a little too rough with their resident cat. He would be great in a home of his own without other cats. He is very playful, loveable and cuddly.
Fabulous Felines NWA are focused on helping neglected and abandoned/homeless cats and kittens of all sizes, ages and colors. We have no shelter but a network of foster homes where cats get socialized with families, and we do rescue cats of all shapes, sizes, and colors. Our foster homes are severely limited in size though, so we are always looking for new help. We cannot rescue unless we get help! All foster home supplies are paid for and provided. We are funded solely by donations.
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Fabulous Felines NWA is a 501(c)3 nonprofit charity. Tax deductible receipts will be provided for donations upon request.
Come Meet Our Pets...
We have no shelter but you can see our cats and kittens in various foster homes in the NWA area. We have monthly adoption events too - email firstname.lastname@example.org for details as to when our events are or how to meet one of our foster cats!
Our Adoption Process...
We offer adoptions at a standard $60 rate for cats and kittens; ask about our specials on older cats, or if you are considering adopting two kittens/cats at once. Our adoption fee covers spay/neuter, first vaccinations (FVRCP and rabies), microchipping with lifetime registration, and general health check.
Most of our cats are indoors-only but we do have the occasional indoor/outdoor or barn cat available. We do not allow declawing of our adopted cats, but do occasionally have already-declawed cats available for adoption.
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