Meow! My name is Sabbath
|Breed:||Domestic Shorthair||Color:||Black (All)||Age:||Adult|
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Sabbath is a short-haired mostly black kitty with two small white spots on his chest and belly.
Background before me; Sabbath came from a farm home, so he used to being around other cats, dogs, horses, chickens, the works. He was an inside/outside cat, but for the last year has been strictly inside with no intrest shown in going outdoors, but in a perfect barn setting he may adjust to being an inside/outside kitty again.
He is originally a farm cat, but I'm unsure he would be a proper mouser, as he seems fairly low energy. He's very ladi back and quiet - rarely makes a peep. If I sit in the floor to love on the kitties, he's one of the ones that's most likely to fight for a spot in my lap. I've noted some hissing at some of the new fosters, but he does warm up to them. He particularly has a problem with kittens, but just hisses and runs away. I've even caught him grooming the other kitties multiple times.
IDEAL HOME; I would prefer Sabbath go to a home with older children or adult only. I'm sure he would adjust to other animals given proper time. Inside only.
Neutered. Vaccinated with boosters due this Spring. Few small scabs noted (February) from biting at fleas. Currently being flea treated.
Estimated 4 years old.
2/3 - Hartz powder flea treatment, Hartz OneSpot flea treatment, BioSpot Spray flea treatment.
2/26 - Hartz powder flea treatment.
3/2 - Frontline Plus flea treatment. Ears checked; no dirt noted/not treated.
FREE TO AMAZING HOME WITH SHORT ADOPTION APPLICATION.
More information about Help Us Help Cats
Rescue Group Info...
We are a small, foster based rescue, focused on helping control the feral population, and helping low-income cat owners get their cats the medical attention they need. We transport cats and kittens to the clinic The Feral Cat Project in Lynnwood, WA where they are able to be altered and vaccinated. We work with house cats, and well as ferals and barn cats.
We take monetary donations towards transports, and food donations for our fosters! We take in a lot of kittens, so kitten chow and canned foods are most helpful. We could also use cat carriers at this time.
Email if you'd like meet one of our adoptable kitties or make a donation!
We offer low-cost transport to the clinic in Lynnwood, as low as $10 per cat, plus the clinics fees, and possibly lower/free when funds are available. Please visit our website or email us for more information on this.
As for adoption of our fosters, there are small fees and a simple contract. Check each cats profile for their adoption fee, and email for our adoption application (: