Meow! My name is Porkin' Morgan
Porkin' Morgan's Info...
|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.
Morgan; Solid black short-haired kitty who weighs a whopping 18lbs!
Background before me; Morgan came from a nice young couple in Vancouver, WA who could no longer keep him. I have vet records that go back a few years - he has always been well taken care of! His original owners tried to surrender him to a local rescue but after a few days, they called and asked if there was any way they could take Morgan back as we was having troubles adjusting to living in a kennel. I met them in Goldendale, WA to met Morgan for his continuing journey!
Morgan doesn't like being in a crate, and will meow miserably. But he's such a loving young man otherwise! He has the cutest fat kitty round face that you can't help but fall in love with. He's not very talkative, but I've noticed he particularly gets excited when he knows I'm filling up water dishes. (NOT food! Just the water dishes - silly kitty!) I'm not sure if Morgan had dogs in his original home but he hasn't had any problems with the other cats or dogs in my house.
IDEAL HOME; I think Morgan would be with older kids, but he is a rather large kitty to be around babies. I'm sure Morgan would adjust to a home with other animals. Inside only.
Neutered. Vaccinated with boosters due ASAP. Few small scabs noted (February) from fleas. Currently being flea treated.
Estimated 6 years old.
2/3 - Flea combed; none noted. Hartz powder flea treatment. BioSpot spray flea treatment.
2/26 - Hartz powder flea treatment.
3/2 - Frontline Plus flea treatment.
FREE TO AMAZING HOME WITH SHORT ADOPTION APPLICATION.
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 (:
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