I'm being cared for by: FuRR, Feline Rescue & Rehome
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Facts about Terrie
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
Color: Gray, Blue Or Silver Tabby
already spayed, up to date with shots, good with kids, not good with dogs, and good with cats.
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, good with kids, not good with dogs, and good with cats.
My name is Terrie. Even though I’m a girl I was named after Terry Francona, the manager of the Boston Red Sox. My foster mom tells me that I’m about 3 years old and that I am a gorgeous “torbie”, which means I look like a tabby but I have very pretty and distinct markings like a tortoise shell. When I was a tiny kitten I lived under the porch of a restaurant with my brothers and sisters. The porch was right next to a very busy street, and we were scared of the cars zooming by. We don’t know what happened to our mom…me and my brothers and sisters had to live off the scraps that people dropped on the porch. The manager of the restaurant didn’t like us running around so he called animal services on us. Lucky for us, FuRR found us first, and they brought us all to live inside. I like living inside, but sometimes I’m still a little afraid of humans. I love my foster mom – I especially love to snuggle up to her at night, or next to her when she is working on the computer. But sometimes I act a little crazy and I pretend I don’t know here. I don’t know why I do that…maybe I’m being silly, or maybe I sometimes have bad memories of living on the streets. . My foster moms says I have an independent streak and that I’m “feisty”. I’m not really sure what that means…I think she means that sometimes I just like my space! I promise that I will love the human that adopts me, although it might take me a little time to show it. If you give me a chance, though, I’ll snuggle up with you while you work on the computer and, if you’ll let me, I’ll curl up with you at night. I like to have fun and I especially like play with other cats. But I’ve never been around dogs and think I might be afraid of them. And kids are okay so long as they don’t pull my tail! If you would like to meet me please send my foster mom an e-mail at email@example.com or call 501-661-0956
FuRR, Feline Rescue & Rehome is a non-profit rescue organization whose mission is to rescue abandoned, abused cats and those in danger of being euthanized in shelters. We focus on finding safe and loving homes for cats and kittens and promote the sterilization of animals in an effort to stop the overpopulation and suffering.
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All of our foster cats are living in homes of our volunteers who setup their own individual visiting schedules. FuRR does setup adoption events at Pet Smart in North Little Rock every Sunday from 12:30 pm - 5:00 pm, CT.
Our Adoption Process...
Adoption applications are required, reviewed and must be approved by the foster home prior to adoption contract completion. FuRR strives to place our foster cats in homes best suited for their individual personalities and needs so their new home will be their "forever home". We do require the new owner to allow home visits, if necessary and follow-ups a few months after the adoption and to contact FuRR if, at any time, they are unable to keep the cat so she/he can be returned to our program. Our adoption fee is $75 for kittens under the age of 6 months and $60 for cats over 6 months old. This fee includes basic vet care, sterilization and testing. Travel costs for out-of-state adoptions may not be covered by FuRR.
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