Adoption Process: Our adoptable animals are located at one of our three adoption centers or in foster homes. We encourage interested parties to apply prior to meeting to ensure a good match or at least confirm location. To apply, visit http://www.savingonelife.org/adopt/adoption-application/. For questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Neat things to know about me: I'm Thunder. My foster family named me this because I am so vocal (purrs and meows) that you can hear me before you can see me. My favorite activity is cuddling. There is nothing better than when I see someone who can pet me and they do. The moment I met my foster family, I came out of the carrier and crawled in my foster brother's lap. I was thrilled.
Before, I was saved, I was terrified. You see, I was outside in the heat, all alone in Yuma. I had no idea how to hunt or to stay safe. But, this group, YAPAR trapped me. Doesn't sound great to be trapped but it was. They realized right away I wasn't feral. So, they coordinated with Saving One Life to transfer for me into a rescue so I can have a forever home and stay off the mean streets. My tender heart can handle that scene.
My ideal family is one where they want me always around. I want to do whatever you are doing (watching TV, washing dishes, reading). In your lap is where I want to be. When you sleep, I want to keep your feet warm. Doing homework, I will guard the eraser. I truly don't want to be alone every again. Please let me know be the one for you.
Other Cats: I have met other cats and didn't mind them at all.
Dogs: I am fine with dogs.
Children: I am fine with children. I like them better if they will cuddle with me.
Health information: All cats and kittens will be spayed or neutered, FeLV / FIV tested, receive vaccinations appropriate for age, preventative deworming, and microchipping prior to adoption
PetSmart Adoption Centers:
For more information on our locations, visit http://www.savingonelife.org/adopt/adoption-centers/.
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