Meow! My name is Tigger
|Breed:||Domestic Shorthair||Color:||Brown Tabby||Age:||Senior|
I am already spayed, housetrained, good with kids, and not good with cats.
Tigger spent her entire life with her family and they decided to move and put her in the animal shelter. This wonderful senior female has never lived with another cat and does not understand what has happened to her. Tigger needs an adult home with kids over the age of 10. Our vet has said she is in good health. Her teeth were checked and dental has been done. She just needs to find a family who will take her in. She is very loving and deserves to find a secure loving home. TIGGER IS ELIGIBLE FOR OUR SENIORS FOR SENIORS ADOPTION.
More information about Valley Cats, Inc.
Rescue Group Info...
Valley Cats was founded in 1999 and is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 rescue organization. We rescue cats and kittens but occasionally dogs and puppies receive our help. We depend entirely on public donations and all of our people are volunteers. While we are not a large organization, we know we are making an impact in the community with our Feline Fix Program, our Compassionate Care Program, our Seniors-to-Seniors Program and our willingness to help with information and education whenever requested.
Each of the cats and kittens we show for adoption has received a veterinarian examination. Each has been spayed or neutered, tested for FeLV/FIV, has received FVRCP vaccinations, is dewormed, has received flea control and is microchipped. Many of our rescues receive dental care, ear and skin care and whatever else is necessary to offer the healthiest possible cat for adoption.
Adoptions are at the Westfield Promenade Mall, 6100 Topanga Canyon Blvd., Woodland Hills, CA. We are located inside the mall near the AMC movie theaters. Adoption hours are from 12:00 noon to 4:00 PM every Saturday and Sunday. We are also available by appointment during the week. Many of our rescued felines are in foster homes and appointments are based on the availability and convenience of the foster home as well as the potential adopter.
Our goal is to find a permanent loving home for each of our rescues. To do this, we try to match our cats with your lifestyle and desires. Each and every person goes through the same adoption process but not everyone completes it successfully. We do not adopt animals out as gifts or to anyone under 21 years of age.
Step 1: Introductory Short Form
The Short Form tells us what you are looking for. This information is used to show you the cat(s) that best fit your needs. If you are not sure, we will show you all the cats.
Step 2: Adoption Application
While the Adoption Counsellor is showing you the cats, you will be told everything we know about them and you can ask any questions you have. Spend as much time as you need before making your choice. This is a very serious decision. Many cats live 15 to 20 years and we want them to spend those years with you!
Once you have made your decision, an Adoption Application is filled out. Our Adoption Counsellors go over it and ask any questions they may have. Once the Application has been approved, an appointment is made for a Home Visit.
Step 3: Home Visit
The Home Visit is a special time for you and a Valley Cats volunteer to sit down and cover any last-minute questions you might have - in the comfort of your home. It is also a good time for us to meet any other pets you might have and discuss how we are going to introduce your new pet into your household. After the Home Visit, the contract is signed and you may pick up your new family member.
While all this sounds very time-consuming, the entire process from meeting us to getting your new pet can take as little as 1-2 days but never more than a week.
Adoption Fees (we accept cash or check only):
Mixed Breed cats are usually $130.00 which includes a free visit to our vet, spay/neuter, FeLV/FIV test, FVRCP vaccinations, deworm, flea control and microchip. Pure Breed cats are more than $130.00, depending on the breed.
Many of our cats have undergone ear, skin and dental care and any other procedures our vet considers necessary before adoption.
It is not our intention to frustrate our potential adopters, but in our efforts to find permanent loving homes, we do not hold animals. We have limited space for our rescues and every effort goes to finding the perfect loving forever home for them. Having an animal returned is devastating to that animal and stressful to everyone. However, if you have to return one of our cats (even years down the road), we will always take them back and find them new homes. Hang on to your paperwork because all returns must be accompanied by the contract you signed and all vet records relating to the cat.
Once again, our goal is to find permanent, loving, secure homes for our rescues. Please bear with our adoption process knowing that it is a proven way to bring happiness to both you and our cats. Our volunteers are here to help you in any way they can, giving of their time on behalf of our furry felines.
We can all do it - one cat at a time!