Meow! My name is Peanut
I am already neutered, in need of an experienced adopter, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
Peanut was found in a parking lot with his mom. He was a tiny baby. His mom was adopted, and Peanut has lived with me for about 2 years. He has always been very shy, even with me, but he is now becoming much calmer. He likes to be combed and sit in my lap. He is close to some of his foster brothers and sisters and they like to groom each other. He runs from stranger animals and people, but he is a very sweet kitty. He likes to be outside sometimes but has started sleeping with me often. He needs a forever home, but it will take patience to earn his trust.
Rescue Group Info...
I am retired and live near UF's campus, where students often dump their pets when they leave. Operation Catnip neuters/innoculates stray kittens/cats, and we try to find home for them.
I am part of an email link-up that tries to find foster and/
adoptive homes for animals in need.
I am applying for 501 (3) status
No 501 status y
Many of my cat photos are in albums on my Facebook and flickr.com pages.
If someone sees a photo and is interested in an animal, I send them a foster/adoption application. I invite them to
come and spend time with the kitty. If they decide to adopt/foster, the fee is $60. The person signs that he will not declaw and is told that he may return to cat to me if there is any problem whatsoever.
Alachua County, FL und surrounding areas, including Gainesville, Newberry, Alachua, Hawthorne, and a few others.