Stargazer is a mature cat who was adopted from our organization back in 2007. unfortunately, her adoptive dad passed away recently and she has been left an orphan. The person who has been left in charge of the estate has been caring for Stargazer and her companion (Wolverine) would love to keep them - however, she already has a lot of cats and dogs and the orphans are overwhelmed. They spent the first 8 years of their lives in a quiet, peaceful environment with one owner and would like to spend the rest of their lives in a similar situation. They would do well in a peaceful environment, such as a single owner or maybe one other pet in family.
The person who has Stargazer and Wolverine is Elizabeth Cruz. This wonderful person would like to hear from anyone who can offer a home to the cats. These cats are up-to-date on their rabies vaccine and they are on Revolution to control fleas.
You can reach Elizabeth Cruz at firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTE: the photos shown are from the original adoption listing and will be updated asap.
What's included in the adoption fee?
All cats and kittens in the It's All About the Cats adoption program will be spayed or neutered, current on vaccines (rabies and FVRCP combo vaccines), and treated for internal and external parasites.
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