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Facts about Dillon

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: White (Mostly)
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Male
  • Hair: Short

My name is Dillon!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Cincinnati, Ohio - Dillon
Photo 1 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Cincinnati, Ohio - Dillon
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Dillon's Info...

I am already neutered and up to date with shots.

Dillon's Story...
Cat-tale on Dillon and Dickens (white with black tabby markings spots), Born April 26, 2010. Mom cat was a breeding DSH....to be fixed before summer. Dickens is 'the dickens' - very playful. Dillon is sweeter than sweet - the one not causing trouble. The person caring for her in her yard, had a breeding cat problem in her home. 16+ kittens were pulled from the home and waiting to be adopted or already adopted. 8 adult cats remain, all fixed All breeding females are fixed
This link explains why cats do well in pairs:
http://www.pawschicago.org/pet-resource-center/cat-care-information/

Please go to www.cat-talesrescue.petfinder.com and fill out the application(The link is near the top of the page- Please fill out the address as if you're addressing an envelope, don't give us just a street ).

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About Cat-Tales Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Simply put: so many people say "why doesn't somebody do something about all the stray/feral cats/kittens.?" We are just one 'somebody' doing what we can to help those with no voice and no choice. We are in it for the cats.

We give out time and energy back to the community by donating food, blankets, spay/neuter help and guidance with placing cats in good homes. We are NOT a 501c3 non-profit organization.....we're just trying to help the overpopulation problem that man started and continues to allow to happen. Having over 22,000 cats euthanized at the local SPCA each YEAR is unacceptable!!!!! Mom cats turned in with their kittens are counted as just ONE animal .......kittens are automatically euthanized because there is no extra time or money to raise the kittens. SO = Please, SPAY and NEUTER your kittens & cats.......they'll recover from surgery much faster as kittens. There are TOO many cats and not enough homes or people to help the cats.

Be 'somebody', be Pro-Active for the cats.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Please contact us by email if you wish to meet a cat/kitten listed. We are open to allowing adoptees to try a cat for a week or two and will take the cat back, refunding their adoption fee[if less than 30 days from adoption] OR allowing them to try a different cat OR referring them to another local rescue that may have what they desire.
If you're interested in lending a helping hand, please contact us....we never know when help will be needed. There is always a need somewhere in the 'rescue world'. If you're interested in long-term fostering, please email us......many kittens need several months of socialization in homes where people have the time to give to the cats.

Our Adoption Process...

We have a signed contract. We require an adoption fee. Adult cats under 3 yrs of age are $80. [if 2 are adopted together or with-in a couple of weeks of one another, the adoption fee per cat is $70]. Cats over 3 yrs of age are $60. Owner relinquished cats are $55. We will ALWAYS take back the cat/kitten ...whether one month, one year or ten years later ....we want the cats to have a home. We want the right cat for the right home. We give our adoptees the cats medical records, favorite toys and some cat nip. We forward all photos that we have so that you'll have the start of your family album. We sell cedar scratching posts which all of our cats are used to using. Our cats are all: spay/neutered, tested for FIV/FeLV[if kittens, the mom cat is tested], dewormed, [deflead, treated for earmites as well as tapeworms and protozoa {if signs are exhibited while in our care} if necessary. We encourage adoptees to look into getting their pets microchipped - as it is the one identification that can get the cat returned to them or their vet/local rescue. We do microchip all cats that we rescue, as of March 2007. We do have addtional chips available if the animal is not already chipped for a fee of $12. We use 24-PetWatch Microchips and we'll always be linked with the cat, should you be unable to be reached.