Meow! My name is Sophie
found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
Other Pets at Shelter...
|Breed:||Domestic Shorthair||Color:||Gray, Blue Or Silver Tabby||Age:||Young|
Please contact Nancy at at Community Cats Count (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information about this pet.
I was born in the wild, and I have moved a lot as a kid. First to one house (under a dresser), and then to another house, where I was given lots of attention and toys. Then I moved to a rescue, and now I have had to move back to the house where I lived as a baby. I'm really ready to move again now—into my forever home. I'm very sophisticated and soft, but I'm a spunky girl with an adventurous and playful spirit. I get along with other cats, but I'd be happy with just you, too. I am very much an affectionate and talkative girl, and I'll be in your lap to let you know. You should see all my silver stripes! I am a beautiful teenager, just a little over 1 year old. There's still time to enjoy my kittenhood with me! Adopt me and let my next move be with you.
Rescue Group Info...
Community Cats Count is a foundation that protects and improves the lives of free-living cats in California's San Joaquin Valley. We are active in trap-neuter-return (TNR) and provide support for TNR efforts, and we advocate for modernized approaches to managing community (stray and feral) cats.
If you are interested in providing forever home for one of our adoptable cats, please fill out an adoption questionnaire. After we receive the questionnaire, we will make arrangements for you to meet the animal you'd like to adopt. Our adoptable animals live in private foster homes. We will review your questionnaire and may ask to make a home visit. If the animal you've chosen is a good match for you and your lifestyle, we'll ask you to fill out our adoption contract and pay an adoption fee ranging from $50 to $90. All animals will be spayed/neutered, treated for parasites, and brought up-to-date on vaccinations before adoption.
Community Cats Count is a foundation that protects and improves the lives of free-living cats in Chowchilla, California, and the greater San Joaquin Valley. We are active in trap-neuter-return (TNR) and provide support for TNR efforts. We also advocate for modernized approaches to managing community cats (meaning stray and feral cats) and reject capture-and-kill practices. We occasionally have cats and kittens for adoption (tame offspring of feral adult cats and stray cats that do not have caretakers). Community Cats Count is not a rescue organization but rather an advocacy group, but we will not turn our backs if we can assist kittens and cats in need.