My name is Sonny!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Medford, New Jersey - Sonny
Photo 1 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Medford, New Jersey - Sonny
Photo 2 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Medford, New Jersey - Sonny
Photo 3 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Medford, New Jersey - Sonny
Photo 4 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Medford, New Jersey - Sonny

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4 Paws With A Cause Rescue

Facts about Sonny

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: White (Mostly)
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Male
  • Hair: Short
Sonny is a Domestic Shorthair - Orange & White Tabby Mix. He was rescued in Moorestown, NJ from a litter of 7 siblings. Animal Control was called to trap kittens only 3 weeks old whose mother was a neighborhood stray cat. With my quick intervention at the shelter, I was able to retrieve 4 of them, while a neighbor found two in her yard and called me. Two days later, the last one (Sonny) was found and I had all 7 together. They were bottle fed until they learned to eat on their own and were litter trained. Three were put in foster care with a human mommy to give them attention and love individually. The smallest girl of the litter died while still bottle feeding. Three of the kittens were returned to the shelter at an adoptable age but were euthenized without my knowledge. I vowed never to return any to the shelter again. His other little sister was adopted and then his bigger brother. Sonny sustained an eye injury the night after being neutered in the cage together with his brother playing instead of resting. My veterinarian tried everything to save Sonny's eye, from antibiotics to his own blood used as a serum. Sonny seemed to be responding well until the pressure in his eye built up causing his eyeball to get enlarged. He was on medication and eye drops to bring the pressure down and save his eye from being removed in surgery. On Aug. 21, 2013 Sonny's condition changed. His eye became red and the pressure built up again. This time is was painful and a cataract formed over his eye because the lens had floated behind the eye. After vet visits and medication, the decision was made to remove his eye to make him comfortable. On Sept. 10th, Sonny went into surgery to remove his left eye. Thanks to the Paw it 4ward Foundation, the charges were paid for at the vet. Sonny is doing great, getting around and hanging with the cats here at the rescue.
He needs a loving home and someone to play with. At night he cuddles up in bed and purrs to sleep. Sonny's favorite thing is chasing his tail and catching it.

Updated 3/4/15

About 4 Paws With A Cause Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

We are a rescue and adoption group trying to help the kittens and cats found or left out by themselves.
Calls come in all the time but decisions have to be made on which ones we can help at the moment.
We believe every cat should have a home and be inside away from dangers.
All of these animals did not ask to be here or be put in a bad situation they are in but we can help make the rest of there life here better by finding there furever homes full of love.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

We are a Non-Profit 501c3 Tax exempt organization, all donations are used to help the cats in our care. Adoption donations vary on the type of kitten, cat or dog.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Weekends - Sat. and Sun. at one of these stores. Call ahead for schedule of what store we will be at.
Also, other times during the week by appointment.

Petsmart - Marlton, NJ - Rt 70 (every weekend)
Petsmart - Mt Laurel, NJ - Centerton Rd (some times)

Our Adoption Process...

Our process is, first an application is filled out, if you visited us and know the cat you’re interested in or if you want to be pre approved then pick out a pet.
After review of the application, vet & references checked and a home visit, this may take a couple of days.
Second, you will receive a call from me informing you of the application decision.
Third if approved, we meet and complete adoption agreement and go over many forms of information, the adoption donation fee depends on the cat.
The kittens or cats are vet checked, dewormed, bathed, vaccinated by age appropriate requirements and may be spayed or neutered and micro chipped.
Because they are rescued the conditions may not always be great of which they came from. It takes time to build up their little immune systems and strength before being able to be vaccinated or having surgery.

You will receive an adoption booklet from our store with coupons for your shopping.