already spayed, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with cats.
I am already spayed, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with cats.
Daisy is a rare cat. She is a polydactyl Manx orange female tabby. Daisy was thrown from a vehicle in a parking lot and rescued by the witness. She had obstructed bowels as a kitten due to a tear in her side where the intestines had come through and adhered to her skin inside. She required a separate surgery during her spay to repair this and recovered very well but she is also a Manx and has loose stool. She does not go outside of the litter box and is very clean but might benefit from a special diet. Often this is called Manx syndrome. She is extremely loving and wants to be with you always. Hoping for someone who already has a special diet needs cat or is familiar with Manx syndrome. Her estimated DOB is 3-5 16. We would be willing to help out at the start to try a special diet for anyone willing to give her a chance.
We are first and foremost a sanctuary to provide safe haven for cats who otherwise would be killed at a kill shelter. We foster and take care of cats for another rescue organization and help with adoption events and fund raisers. We do live adoption events with another rescue to help place their pets at local Petsmarts and other venues.
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Keep an eye out at our sanctuary facebook page for adoption events on the weekends or call and arrange a meeting at the sanctuary.
Our Adoption Process...
We interview initially to see if you are a good fit for one of our animals then we arrange you to meet them. You will fill out an application and then the fee is typically $100 which includes the animals spay/neuter, combo test, and all first year shots. The cats all get flea treatment and have been treated for worms. IF they are younger and still need their shots we complete them after the adoption. We also request a home visit at some point. Some cats are sponsored and may have a reduced fee.
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