Doe is 10 years young and as sweet, soft, and beautiful as her namesake animal -- with her big doe eyes and short bob tail! She is just as loving as her daughter Zoey, who is 9 years. They are both so beautiful and so sweet and easy cats. They enjoy birdwatching out the window, cat naps, and being be pet; rolling around, and purring. Doe is a little smaller than Zoe, and politely lets her daughter sit in your lap first while she sits right next to you and gazing up at you with her adoring emerald green eyes.
Through no fault of their own these beautiful mother/daughter cats have lost their home; twice now as each time their owners faced hard times. They are both in good health, had dental cleanings and The Rescue Train will consider donating pet insurance to anyone who adopts them in our senior “Peticare” program.
These gorgeous gals will show you a level of attention and devotion that is unique to them and to all older adopted animals because they will adore you all the more for having opened your heart and home to them. Doing a good thing really does make you feel good, and adopting darling Doe & Zoe will make you feel fantastic!
If you are interested in foster or adopting DOE & ZOE together please fill out our adoption application by clicking this LINK. Applications are required PRIOR to meeting one of our animals and are used to set up a safe and successful adoption. Please don't be shy and answer the questions thoroughly. To learn more about our entire process please visit www.therescuetrain.org and click on the "Adopt A Cat" page.
INTERESTED IN ADOPTING?
PLEASE FILL OUT AN ADOPTION APPLICATION ON OUR WEBSITE: www.therescuetrain.org
APPLICANT MUST BE AT LEAST 21 YEARS OLD
APPLICANT MUST LIVE IN THE LOS ANGELES AREA
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