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My name is Yogi Bear!

Domestic Shorthair Kitten for adoption in Fort Worth, Texas - Yogi Bear
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Forgotten Tails Animal Rescue

Facts about Yogi Bear

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Black (All)
  • Age: Kitten
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 11654040
  • Hair: Short

'Yogi Bear'--male/neutered--DSH black--3 months old

“We are Yogi and Boo Boo.  We may not be from Jellystone National Park, but we have the coloring of real black bears.   Our heads are black and by the time you get down to our feet and tail, we are a deep dark brown.  Boo Boo says that makes her more adorable.  Yogi says that makes him more handsome.”

Last March these 2 kittens were rescued as newborns from the Fort Worth Animal Shelter.  They were only a few hours old when Forgotten Tails became their life support.  They were bottle fed every few hours for more than three weeks, keeping their foster human very, very busy.  When they were old enough to eat baby kitten food Yogi and Boo Boo were introduced to other kittens, cats and a Pomeranian named “Bailey”.  While young in age (less than 4 months), they have had many experiences in life while growing up in their foster family.  

Forgotten Tails would like to offer Yogi and Boo Boo as a pair to their new fur-ever family.  Here’s why:

  1. They keep each other active.  This inspires both to play and interact more frequently.  
  2. They are more mentally stimulated.  A lonely cat is more likely to cause “trouble”.  Boredom can lead some cats to scratch furniture.  They will invent games and keep themselves challenged when you are not around to play with them yourself.
  3. Having two cats helps them be cats when they are interacting amongst themselves.  They mutually nurture and embrace their feline instincts.
  4. They help groom one another.

Because they were bottle-fed, they are extremely friendly, love to be petted and held and seek out their humans for love and attention.  They use scratching posts and are litter box trained.  Please consider adding this pair of kittens to your family.   

Adoption fee is $150 as a pair (includes sterilization, Vaccinations, microchip,
FeLV/FIV negative Tested and maintained on flea prevention)


Forgotten Tails Rescue     

Contact us…
Sarah  406-599-9316
www.forgottentails.weebly.com
email  forgottentails@gmail.com        

About Forgotten Tails Animal Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Forgotten Tails is a small group of dedicated animal lovers that are working towards a goal of no more homeless pets. We foster out of our homes and also have others that are dedicated to helping this group grow. We would not be able to function without the many hours that our foster homes and volunteers put in. We are always looking for more people willing to open their homes temporarily to a foster pet or even just help with events to help place these animals.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We do hold various adoption events on the weekends. We do post them on our site.

Our Adoption Process...

Our fees for adult dogs is $200 and for puppies it is $220. Our fees for cats and kittens is $100. We do have an application process and also a contract that is signed prior to adoption. We also require home visits before animals are adopted out.