Meow! My name is Samson
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
My name is Samson (well, that's what my new "mommy" calls me) and I like it. I even respond to it!! The vet said that I was about 5 to 6 years old and neutered.
Here is my story:
I showed up on Christmas morning in front of my new temporary home. My "mom" could not believe her eyes because she looooves cats so much but she can not have one because someone in the home is allergic to cats. I slept outside a couple of days under a truck because I had nowhere to go. But I found a good shelter home for the moment and I am staying here until someone comes and adopts me. I have so much love to give...
I went to the vet to get checked out and, after a first blood test (which I did not appreciate getting poked), they told my "mom" that I was FIV positive. We did not investigate any further so maybe I am not truly positive. The vet said that I needed to stay inside and not in contact with other cats.
Right now, I am in the garage where they have arranged all kinds of little houses made out of boxes. I love boxes with warm covers in them!
My foster home has two dogs. I don't mind them at all and I rub myself on this really quiet dog they own. I think we could be good friends even!! The other dog is a little hyper so I let him know to leave me alone and to give me my space but as long as he doesn't charge me, that does not bother me too much... They can't climb up on stuff like I do. Sure is nice to be a cat. Meow!
I occasionally go outside for a few minutes and lay in the sun but it is still pretty cool outside so for the moment I stay inside a lot. I might have a soft beautiful fur but "cold is cold!" and I like to be warm. One thing that my mom noticed is that I like to follow her on her dog walks. Yep... I stroll right along with her, the children and and dogs and I come back home. I am pretty neat, ain't I?
I like people petting me a lot. When everything is quiet and the children are asleep, I like to come and cuddle up with my "Mom" on the couch and put my head in her hair. I purr a lot! Pretty much all the time actually. It makes me even cutter I think and you can't help but pet me even more. Children are fine too if they are not too young because I am still a cat and I have my dignity.
I think I am pretty handsome. I am tabby and white and with these two cute little brown spots on my nose. Looks like I am smiling (but I really do!). My fur is VERY soft (that is something I am proud of) and I like to keep it clean. When you have so much white fur, it is pretty time consuming.
I am also smart because I can use the kitty box no problem.
I desperately need a new home with loving and caring people who would love to have a very friendly, yet quiet cat like me. I just go outside for a few minutes. That's it and never too far. So I am easy to find all the time. I might not be a kitty anymore but I still have lots of long happy years ahead of me and with the right nutrition and lots of love I will be the happiest cat on earth and you will be the happiest human in town.
If you would like to know more about me and hopefully adopt me please download an adoption form at our website (catado.org) or email email@example.com. From the deepest of my little kitty heart, thanks for considering opening your heart to me. MEOW!
All our cats come vaccinated, spayed/neutered, felv tested and 30 days of free pet insurance.
Rescue Group Info...
Cat A Do Cat Co-Op is an Arizona non-profit corporation, registered under Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code as a charitable, tax exempt organization. We are a no-kill cooperative cat rescue group. All rescue activities are carried on by unpaid volunteers with the help of public service and donations. We are an all volunteer organization consisting of experienced and dedicated rescue people along with public samaritans who realized the benefits of joining together to combine their experience, knowledge, and resources to help re-home homeless cats.
Paypal donations which help us to rescue and support more homeless animals are accepted on website.
Superstion Springs Petco
(Corner of Power and Baseline)
2290 S. Power Rd.
Mesa, AZ 85208
Adoption Events take place
most Saturday's from 12:00-3:00,
or by Appointment
It is the policy of Cat A Do Cat Co-Op that all potential cat adopters complete the Cat/Kitten Adoption Consultation Form and complete an interview with an Adoption Coordinator in order to be considered as a forever home for our cats and kittens.
Cat A Do will determine the best home for each cat or kitten based on the application and interview process. After review of the adoption consultation form and the completion of the interview with the Adoption Coordinator, Cat A Do may recommend a different cat or kitten that is more suitable to your household.
Completion of the application and interview process does not guarantee an adoption approval or guarantee the adoption of a particular cat or kitten. Cat A Do is a privately run, non-profit organization and reserves the right to refuse any adoption that is not in the best interest of the cat or kitten, based on our principles, policies, and standards.
Please read the following instructions carefully.
1. Please fill out all pages of the Adoption Consultation Form as completely as possible. The submission of a complete form will expedite the review process.
2. Your completed adoption form may be emailed to us at adoptions.CatADo.org and a Cat A Do Adoption Coordinator will contact you as soon as possible. You may also bring a completed form to Superstition Springs Petco at 2090 S. Power Road, Mesa, AZ 85208 480-854-1550.
At Cat A Do Cat Co-Op, we believe there is a home for every animal and we work to find the best match!
We are a foster-home based cat rescue, not a shelter, serving the Valley of the Sun -Phoenix Metro and Surrounding Areas.