Meow! My name is Mick
I am already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, not good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Please contact Lorna (email@example.com) for more information about this pet.
he is all thumbs!
7/22/09 Mick is approx. 12 weeks old. He has started his vaccinations. He has a couple of extra toes on his front paws and an extra on his back feet too! We love little black cats at PURR, and he is one of those wonderful little black cats that steal your heart. an adorable little guy!
He is a sweet little thing and needs a safe home to grow in. We are very full at PURR, so are adopting out little Mick and his brothers early. Please be aware they can only go to homes that sign contracts to neuter them at the appropriate age and must see a vet for their follow up vaccinations and wormings. Small kittens should not be left alone with larger animals or with children under 8 years old.
He has two brothers too! Do you have room for a pair? Check out Mitch and Cricket!
Adoption donations: Kittens and Adults 75.00, all are altered before leaving for their new homes. These donations help us to continue rescuing cats and kittens. The amounts are just a portion of what it takes to test, vaccinate, medicate, alter and care for these babes. Additional donations are appreciated too. THANK YOU for adopting!
P.U.R.R. West Virginia - People United for Rescue & Rehabilitation is a private non-profit rescue making the world a more humane place... one kitty at a time!
Adoptions: Altered cats and kittens: $65.00; Un-altered kittens: $40.00. These fees cover only a portion of the cost of testing/vaccinating/and caring for our PURR Babes, additional donations are appreciated. We need your help and donations to help the PURR babies.
PURR WV Inc. is a grass roots rescue effort born out of the areas need for humane rescue of cats and kittens. Our Mission Is to assist the area in rescue and rehabilitation of cats and kittens. We also are enhancing awareness of rescue and rehabilitation issues and needs through education and by example of this grass roots effort. We believe that by stressing the importance of being responsible pet owners and advocates, we can change the reality of felines everywhere.
We are developing a new course of action for rescue and rehabilitation. We are seeking a new approach to the population issues that plagueour shelters and rescues, and believe the misuse of euthanasia as a population control is a thing of the past.
We are making the world a more humane place, one kitty at a time.
By appointment at our facility. Also during public adoption screenings and at retailers during set adoption days.
Applicaton including vet referrences, contract, 65 for altered animals, 40 for unaltered kittens.
North Central West Virginia