This was me on that day and now I'm a handsome Prince Charming. When my foster mom and SOS rescued me, my umbilical cord was still attached and I was challenged by the plastic nipple of my milk bottle. During the past few weeks, I transitioned from the milk bottle to gruel and now onto mush food. I'm gaining weight every day, thanks to my patient foster mom. Just a few more pounds and I'm big enough for my neuter surgery. Earliest to be able to move into my forever home: around the beginning of August 2017
This is my foster sister Bailey. We're the same age and probably have the same mother as we were rescued from the same location just days apart. We are both playful with a snuggle side. We start to explore the world beyond our kennel and are introduced to new and exciting toys on a daily basis. My favorite toy is that yellow thing which I will carry in and out of the kennel. I would never turn down a wrestling match with my sister. Even though we're still tiny, we love to sneak attack each other.
If some how possible, we'd love to find a home (and humans) together as a bonded pair as we have already found our best wrestling and snuggle buddy.
If you would like to meet me, please contact SOS either by phone (520) 445-3889 or by email to info@SOScatrescueAZ.org You could also fill out an adoption application, and you will be contacted about meet-and-greet possibilities. Thank you, Beau!
My adoption fee of $100 includes:
*age appropriate vaccinations (FVRCP and rabies - depending on date of adoption)
DSH - buff
Male- not neutered yet (too young)
Felv/FIV test - negative
DOB: approx. 1st of May 2017
Earliest to be able to move into my forever home: around the beginning of August 2017
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