found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
COALIE was originally born in a cage at the kill-shelter. His mom was found pregnant in the Bronx in October of 2008. She ended up at the kill-shelter, where she had her 6 kittens in a small cage, one of which was Coalie. Mutts & Mitts of Brooklyn rescued Coalie, his mom & her other kittens from the shelter a few days after she gave birth. They were placed in foster care and then in January of 2009, Coalie was adopted by someone in NJ. But the adopter went off the radar soon after and we could not track down him down for months. But a month ago, Coalie was turned into a shelter and we are now searching for a foster home and then much better, a permanent home for him.
Coalie is a sweet mushy kitten. His original foster mom taught him (or perhaps just allowed him) to crawl up her arm to sit in the crook of her neck. And he would just hang out there, like a koala bear on a tree. He was the snuggle bug of his litter. We only have one current pic of him and the other three are from his kitten days. As you can see he has grown into a handsome little guy. His black coat is medium length and has ash undertones. This little guy would make a great little friend and new family member for anyone who adores cuddly cats!
Coalie is now 1 year and 8 months old. If you’d consider FOSTERING or ADOPTING him so that he may have the luck his siblings have had, please contact us right away... If interested in adopting Coalie, please call April at 917-270-3841 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. It is free to foster. If interested in adopting, there is a $100 adoption fee which covers Coalie's vaccinations, microchip and neuter.
COALIE is current on his vaccinations, has been neutered and microchipped. Mutts & Mitts of Brooklyn is a rescue organization which places homeless cats and dogs in loving temporary or permanent homes! Check out our site to learn more about us: www.muttsandmitts.blogspot.com