already spayed, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
Jezebel and her sister JoJo were rescued as 1 lb feral kittens from the pound under threat of immediate death for being feral. They turned out to be super sweet kittens. Of the two Jezebel is shy and will hide but would come around in the right setting. She is very pretty for a grey tabby. Estimated DOB is4-26-16
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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