Meow! My name is Chuckles
|Breed:||Domestic Shorthair||Color:||Orange Or Red (Mostly)||Age:||Adult|
I am already neutered, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
Chuckles is a neutered male who was born May 30, 2006.
Chuckles and his girlfriend were adopted together when they were kittens. Unfortunately, their new owner decided to move out of the country and ten months later they were returned to me. Neither of them had been accustomed to living with multiple cats even tho their environment was very comfortable.
Over a period of time, Chuck has become more and more depressed. Just like humans that suffer from depression, Chuck has fed his depression with food and has become a bit over weight. He and Ellie, his girlfriend, really need a home they can call their own; where they will get more individual attention.
Chuck is very laid back, a very sweet boy. Ellie is a bit more active, but also sweet. Please consider adopting them together. I believe it would make Chuckles very happy. All their medical is complete.
Chuck takes medication twice daily to keep his bowels moving. He is extremely easy to medicate as he is the typical big, happy orange cat.
For more information call Donna at 517-548-0801 or email email@example.com
Rescue Group Info...
I am a licensed veterinary technician that rescues cats/kittens in need. I try to avoid accepting owner relinguished cats, but instead offer them low-cost medical care thru my vet or behavioral assistance. There are just so,so many that are in desperate need of help, that I try to assist those first, and encourage owners to keep their own.
I can show from my home, plus I do show at Petsmart Stores in various locations, usually on Saturdays.
Medical Forms and Health record books
Must be indoor pet, only. If the animal ever has to be given up for any reason, it must be returned to its original foster home. The adoption fee ranges from $50 to $150 which includes a spay/neuter contract with a refundable fee when proof of sterilization is provided and assuming this is completed by the date we provide them. Normally, all are sterilized unless they are real young kittens. My vet prefers to have them be 4#/4months before sterilization.