Meow! My name is Emma
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Emma, DSH, Grey Tabby with white, Spayed Female. Estimated DOB May 2011. Emma was found by a Foster Mom who already had a house full of kittens about her age. She had no skin on her tail, probably from being run over by a car. The tail had to be amputated, but the rest of Emma is just fine. She's a rather shy little girl, playful but not as trusting as most kittens. She'll take a while to warm up, but once she understand that you love her and want to care for her, she will give you her big heart full of love. Don't you need the love of this very special little girl?
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Rescue Group Info...
Our Mission is to help bring about a time when no more abused or abandoned Cats will be destroyed.
Shown at the Petsmart every weekend, in the Petsmart adoption center two weeks of each month. We have no shelter. All our Cats are in Foster homes.
We require a contract that specifies that the cat be an indoor only pet and that the adopters take specific care with food, shelter and medical. We require that the adopters agree to return the cat to our care should they not be able to care for the animal any longer. We also offer a 30 day money back guarantee that the cat may be returned to our care if there is a failure to bond or other issues.
We charge a $90.00 adoption fee for most kitties. We lower the fee for elderly cats.
Located in the foothills of North Carolina
Morganton in Burke County and Hickory in Catawba County.