Meow! My name is Lady
|Breed:||Maine Coon||Color:||Black (All)||Age:||Adult|
I am already spayed and up to date with shots.
Please fill out an application if you are interested in adopting one of our pets.
We strive to place each of our foster pets into the most appropriate home possible. Since we are a network of foster homes, we get to know each of the animals and know what home would work best for the pet.
Lady is a 4 5 year old spayed female. She is a Maine Coon cross, with thick, long-black fur. Lady came to SPOT November 2007 with 6 kittens from the Lewis County flood disaster. All her kittens have found new homes and Lady has been living the foster cat life since then. She appeared to have ear issues and was on an allergy dry food, but that seems to have cleared up now. She had been a stray up to that point, outside. She has loved the comforts of the inside and cat toys. She is so playful, she loves catnip mice. Shes pretty social, lounging near as people go about household activities, but she is not a lap cat. She likes her own space and is somewhat aloof, but does enjoy the occasionally pet. So if you lead a busy, active life, but would like the company of four-legged friend when you are home, this is your girl. She does hear the call of the outdoors in nice weather, and likes to sit out in the cat enclosure. If you live in a cat-safe area, she would enjoy the touch of grass now and then. If this Lucky Lady sounds like a cat you might be interested in, please contact her foster home at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for reading about Lady.
All SPOT animals are spayed or neutered, received age appropriate vaccinations, parasite control, cats are tested for FeLV/FIV, microchipped which includes registration, a post adoption exam at a local vet, a 7-day in home trial, and discount coupons for food and supplies at a local pet store,
Rescue Group Info...
S.P.O.T. - Saving Pets One at a Time
The mission of our all-volunteer organization is to provide the Skagit Valley and the surrounding areas an alternative method of caring for and adopting out companion animals. We strive to provide an alternative adoption option without the fear of euthanizing healthy and adoptable pets.
Each pet receives daily one-on-one care and attention while in foster care. We work on training and socialization skills to help each pet be the best they can be. Pets do not leave foster care until we feel they are emotionally and physically ready to be placed into a permanent home.
Saturdays - PetCo - Mount Vernon 11 a - 3 p
All week - Petsmart - Burlington
4th weekend of each month - Petco - Bellingham - 11a - 3 p
We also have cats available at the following veterinary clinics: Chuckanut Valley Veterinary Clinic, Burlington, (360-757-3722); Mountain View Veterinary Clinic Mt. Vernon, (360-424-4455); and North Cascade Veterinary Hospital, Sedro Woolley, (360-856-1809)
See our website at www.savingpetsoneatatime.org from complete details.
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