Skipper is best friends with Applejack. Please adopt both of them so they can stay together!
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
This boy is brothers with AppleJack and Buddy. He fits right in with all the cats in the foster home he lives in. Rescued from a bad area- The mom was Trap/Neutered/Return as we was pretty wild but the kittens were brought in by Street Cat Rescue to have a much better life. The family tamed down in no time and now are little "purr buckets" and most adorable! All personality, Skipper is full of charm! Is used to small dogs and bigger cats- fits right into any situation! He is very affectionate and really charms people that walk by him at adoption events! last year's kittens..these guys really need their own forever home!! A special Three-for-one adoption fee would apply if the family could be kept together!!
I founded Street Cat Rescue almost four years ago, after TNR'ing (trap-neuter-return) some cats at my work. I began to take in kittens and nice cats that we would find, and help them have a second chance by adopting out. We provide shelter and food for over a 100 cats daily that are TNR'd. I love what I do and am proud of the work we have done to date. We have helped over 600 cats to date.
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Adoption fee $125 includes combo testing for FELV/FIV, shots, spay/neuter, microchip and more. We do have all adopters sign a contract.
We do home checks, vet reference checks and have guidelines in adopting out our cats. (criteria). We ensure each cat is placed in the best home/match possible.
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