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My name is Emmy!

Domestic Longhair Cat for adoption in South Saint Paul, Minnesota - Emmy
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Saving Tails Animal Rescue

Facts about Emmy

  • Breed: Domestic Longhair
  • Color: Gray Or Blue (Mostly)
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 11277968
  • Hair: Long
Emmy's approximate birthdate is March 6, 2007. She is spayed, vaccinated, and FIV/FELV tested negative. Emmy's adoption fee is $150.00 + tax. Emmy had a life that she loved. She had a home where she was cared for and other cats that she enjoyed spending time with. That all came to a sudden end when her owner unexpectedly passed away. With no one to care for the animals, her owner's family did the best that they could and turned them in to the vet clinic that they had been seen at. They were then turned over to a shelter. At the age of 10 years old, Emmy found herself scared and alone in a shelter environment; away from everything she had ever known. Her scared behavior labeled her as unadoptable and she was scheduled for euthanasia. The death of a pet owner should not be a death sentence for the animals they leave behind. STAR bailed Emmy out of that shelter and welcomed her into our rescue family, where she is settling in to her foster home. She is quickly learning that life will be great again. She is a sweet girl who wants to to trust and love again. She would do best in a calmer home with an experienced cat owner who will give her the time that she needs to feel safe again. If you are interested in meeting or adopting Emmy, please complete an adoption application at savingtails.net Saving Tails Animal Rescue (STAR) is a 501(c)3 registered no-kill, non profit animal rescue. All animals are placed in loving foster homes until their forever family finds them. Because there is not a physical shelter location, foster homes are needed to help rescue local animals who are in danger of euthanasia. If you would be interested in fostering an animal in need, please complete a foster application at savingtails.net

About Saving Tails Animal Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Saving Tails Animal Rescue (STAR) is a Twin Cities, Minnesota based 501c3 non-profit volunteer animal rescue. STAR was founded with the goal of helping local animals who are unclaimed, abandoned, abused or neglected. Through foster homes, STAR will provide a safe and loving environment for animals in need to recover and be rehabilitated both mentally and physically. STAR’s goal is to build a strong network of volunteers who are dedicated to helping to provide safe and loving homes for animals with the goal of finding them their forever homes. Donations are needed to cover pull fees to get animals out of shelters and to cover veterinarian and living expenses. We support the NO KILL platform and envision the day when all shelters will be NO KILL.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Saving Tails Animal Rescue is a foster based animal rescue. All meet and greets can be scheduled with the individual fosters. Adoption events are located around the Saint Paul / Minneapolis metro area and are listed on our website and Facebook page.

Our Adoption Process...

Adoption Application- Individuals interested in adopting a Saving Tails Animal Rescue animal can view all available animals on the STAR website. When they find an animal that they may be interested in meeting they will then complete an adoption application. This will then start the process of a potential adoption. It does not “bind” an applicant to the specified animal that they complete the application for, it merely is a request to meet an available STAR animal.

Application Review- All Applications are thoroughly reviewed. If the applicant may be the right match for the animal, it will be forwarded to the foster caregiver for review. If the foster caregiver feels that their foster animal would be a good fit for the potential adopter; he or she will contact the applicant to answer questions about the animal and make arrangements for a meet and greet.
Please understand that it is very important to find the right match for both the animal and the adopter. An application that is not approved for a certain animal does not necessarily mean that the adopter would not make a great pet guardian; it merely means that the adoption may not have been the right match.

Approval to go Forward with a Meet and Greet- Meet and greets are scheduled with the foster caregiver and the potential adopter. These can be done at any convenient location for the foster caregiver. Adoption events would be the preferred location, but often time they are done at the caregiver’s home, the potential adopter’s home, or an animal friendly business.

Home Visit- If after the meet and greet, the animal is determined to be the right match for the adopter, the adoption will then be listed as “pending”. A home visit will then be completed by a STAR volunteer. This is a home visit to determine if the home is a safe place for the animal. If a dog requires a fenced in yard, this will also be thoroughly checked at this time.

Finalize Adoption- After the home visit is approved, the adoption can then be finalized. There will be an adoption contract to fill out and the adoption fee to make payment for. Arrangements can then be made with the foster caregiver to pick up the new family member!