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My name is Berry!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Jeffersonville, Indiana - Berry
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I'm being cared for by:
Animal Adoption Network Of Kentuckiana

Facts about Berry

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Orange Or Red Tabby
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Male
  • Hair: Short
Berry is a very lovable lap cat who lost his home when his owner had to go into a nursing home. He is very affectionate, wants nothing more than to be with his human and would do well with anyone wanting a laid back kitty. He would also do well with a child used to cats and wants a snuggle partner. He is young enough to spend time chasing a ball or a feather toy. All of of fur babies are micro-chipped to help them be found if they ever get lost.
To learn more about him, call Lisa @ 502-759-5027

About Animal Adoption Network Of Kentuckiana

About Our Rescue Group...

We are a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the health & welfare of companion animals. We are a NO KILL rescue group. Spay/Neuter, public education regarding animal health care & reducing pet overpopulation with resultant euthanizias are our top priorities. We are a soley volunteer operation and rely on our adoption fees and public donations to care for our animals until they find permanent homes. We do not have a shelter for the cats, but rely on "foster" homes for their care & socialization until they are adopted. WE ARE CURRENTLY ACCEPTING HOMES FOR FOSTERING BABY KITTENS AND ADULTS.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Please call: 5020-599-9395 for current mailing address.

Come Meet Our Pets...

You can find us on the web at adoptapet.com & petfinder.com & the others shown below. To see our orphaned or unwanted cats & kittens in person, please call: 502-599-9395 or email: catlady0659@sbcglobal.net .If you are looking for something specific, we probably have it, just not on the web site yet. We will also search our vast resources to locate the perfect cat or kitten for you.
Please call to find out when we are doing remote adoptions, bake sales or other fund raising events.
Thanks for your help & support!!!
Joanna

Our Adoption Process...

Our organization is an all volunteer, NO KILL, Non-profit rescue group. We have no salaried employees. Our expenses are covered by donations or by our volunteers. We use high quality food & litter. We have an adoption form to complete that helps us match you with the puuurrfect pet. We also ask for personal references to help the adoption committee select the best home for each cat or kitten. Our cats and kittens are tested for feline leukemia and AIDS before entering the adoption process. Our felines are vaccinated for: Rabies, Distemper, are micro-chipped, wormed, flea treated & litter box trained. They are also very socialized since they live "underfoot" in foster homes.