up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
I am up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
We rescued this family from being euthanized at the shelter. There was 5 siblings total. Dominic is extremely friendly and love cuddling on the couch with his current foster. He is around 9 weeks old. He does well with kids and other cats. He has been dewormed twice, first vaccines, and micro chipped. Adoption fee is $50. The adoption fee includes their spay/neuter when they are old enough as long as your use one of our rescue friendly vets. (charlotte spay/neuter, lake norman spay/neuter, Cabarrus spay/neuter, and also whisker and paws in Concord.
Act quickly to adopt Dominic. Pets at this Rescue Group may be held for only a short time.
We are always looking for fosters whether it is just for a couple of days or until they can find their forever home. If interested please email us. Foster is FREE! Also if you would like to sponsor a cat please email us. Rescue run 100% on donations. Thank you
Our Adoption Process...
The adoption fee is $80. This does include them being dewormed, micro chip, first set of vaccines, and their spay/neutered. We love seeing cats adopted in pairs so we will reduce the fee to $70 each. We do have you sign a contract saying are cats will never be declawed and they must be spay/neutered by the time they are 6 months old.
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