Meow! My name is Lilly
|Breed:||Domestic Mediumhair||Color:||Gray Or Blue||Age:||Young|
I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with cats.
Lilly is a pretty, grey female kitten, approx 8 mths old. She is spayed, UTD on vax, Fel Luk/FIV negative. She is currently being Fostered in the Pittsburgh, PA area and looking for her Forever home. If you have room in your heart and home for our silly Lilly, please contact Animals Against The Odds Rescue & Rehab at 412-736-5276 for an Adoption Application. thx =)
Meet Ms. Lilly ♥ Lilly was found in the woods near Uniontown. She is a young female (approx 9 mths old) who will be fully Vetted and looking for her Forever Home. If you would like to sponsor Lilly, & her stray kitty friends, please consider a donation to their Chip-in. Thanks! http://animalsagainsttheodds.chipin.com/uniontown-stray-cats
Rescue Group Info...
Up to 70,000 animals are euthanized each year in the Los Angeles City Shelters. This is almost 200 animals per day. This staggering figure doesnÂ’t even include all other surrounding LA County shelters. What is more shocking is that most of these animals were highly adoptable. A great number of these animals have something in common. They have medical conditions such as broken legs, tumors, eye problems or malformations. These animals have been hit by cars, acquired kennel cough in shelters or they are abandoned mothers with litters of unweaned puppies.
For these animals, their fate in the shelter is an almost certain death sentence.
What the organization H.E.L.P. has managed to do so far is change the future of some great animals.
H.E.L.P. assists animals in LA City Shelters with medical problems that would prohibit them from being adopted. H.E.L.P uses its funds to pay for medical treatment for the sick/injured animal. In cases where the animal will be euthanized, H.E.L.P. adopts the animal and arranges for medical treatment and foster care.
H.E.L.P also assists individuals who are interested in an animal at the shelter, but are discouraged by the potential high veterinary costs. We also assist individuals who adopt from the shelters and discover that their animal has a medical condition subsequent to adoption. We arrange for the animal to receive veterinary care and offer financial assistance to the adopter. The funds that H.E.L.P. has raised are used to pay for the medical costs. If the adopter has already arranged for the animal to receive medical care, we reimburse the costs upon receipt of the veterinary bill. We also offer the adopter the choice to let us adopt the animal or assist in finding it a new home; rather than see it go back to the shelter where the chance that it will be euthanized is extremely high.
We do not have a shelter or kennel facilities are are always looking for volunteer foster homes. If you can help, please contact us.
Each potential adopter of any animal is required to go through an adoption process that includes an application, contract and interview with one or more of our members. We make sure the potential adopter is aware of the medical, training and social needs of the animal; whether it is a growing puppy or an older animal. If the individual is approved, we will perform a home check to make sure that animal is going to a safe and good environment. The adopter agrees to return the animal to us at any point during their lifetime if they intend to give it up. We are committed to finding these animals great homes and screen our applicants very carefully.
In cooperation with a respected animal trainer, we are able to offer discounted lifetime lessons to the individuals who adopt from H.E.L.P. We also participate in regular Mobile Pet Adoptions in cooperation with the LA City Shelters. We take harder to place animals to local community sites for the Mobile Pet Adoptions to increase their visibility to the public
Los Angeles, CA and surrounding areas
AND Pittsburgh PA and surrounding areas.