Zoey ~ Female DOB 3/1/08~ Domestic Short Hair Brown & White Tabby
Zoey and her striking green eyes, you can almost get lost in them and whiskers that seem to go on forever! Zoey is a funny girl, she is pretty independent but she also seeks out attention. She doesn't like to be picked up but if you are near her she will paw at you to get you to pet her, she loves her head & chin scratches!! She also loves her treats and will come running as soon as she hears you shake the bag! Zoey has simple needs sitting in your lap, a cozy bed, a tower near a sunny window to look out and the love of a person who just wants to give a deserving kitty a home. She just wants to know she is loved, she isn't very happy with other kitties but might coexist if given her personal space. And....she really likes men!! So if you are a cat daddy looking for that perfect girl or a senior with a quiet home, here she is waiting for you!!
All kitties at FuRRR are spayed/neutered, up to date on vaccinations for their age, have been combo tested for Fiv/Felv and come with a Health Certificate from a licensed NH veterinarian. Also included is a free initial exam by VCA Animal Hospital in Portsmouth and free 30 days insurance with Trupanion.
You must complete our application and contract (available on our website www.furrr.org) and email to firstname.lastname@example.org We hold meet and greets at our rescue with approved applications only. Our policy is strictly NO DECLAWING and INDOOR ONLY.
Kittens 4 months and under - $180
Kittens 5 months to 2 years - $155
Cats 2+ years through 7 years - $85
Cats 8+ - $65
Seniors (Humans 65+) for Seniors (Cats 8+) Program - $40
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