Meow! My name is Plushie
|Breed:||Domestic Shorthair||Color:||Black (All)||Age:||Adult|
I am already spayed and in need of an experienced adopter.
Plushie is our official greeter in the cat room. She is eight years old and is an alpha girl. She'll want to be head lady in your household, and loooves big fat boy cats if you happen to have one who needs a friend. She herself is cobby without being fat, has glossy, thick, soft, short black fur. .
Plushie was originally a feral kitten who took a long time to tame up, and she still has her limits when it comes to cuddling, so she should go to a home with understanding adults who truly want to rescue a cat. She needs someone who will enjoy her amusing affection and playfulness, but who will also understand when she would rather sit by your side than be cuddled.
She loves the comb, and we'll be sure to send you home with her favorite one!
The Owl House adopts rescued street cats and kittens to indoor-only homes within 2 hours of the Ithaca-Owego-Watkins Glen region of NYS. All cats are FeLV/FIV tested, vaccinated, spay/neutered, microchipped (HomeAgain), vet examined, and eligible for reduced-cost pet insurance (PetFirst). Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Tell us something about your home, and why you are looking for a cat!
More information about The Owl House
Rescue Group Info...
The Owl House is a neighbors-helping-neighbors program assisting feral cats in the Spencer area of central NYS. As a free community service, we capture and neuter feral and barn cats, and find homes for tamed kittens and cats in colonies we manage.
We have a small adoption and care facility in Spencer, N.Y. Our pets are viewable by appointment on weekends. We are also very happy to share our set-up and experience with other people who are rescuing feral cats in the Finger Lakes regions of New York State!
The best way to reach us is via email, at email@example.com
We sometimes hold off-site adoption events at local bookstores and other locations where we can also education visitors about feral cats and the importance of spay/neuter.
Many of our cats and kittens are shy, but all are loving pets. They are more suitable for quiet homes than with playful children, although we do sometimes have bottle-raised, very friendly kittens for adoption who are fine with kids.
We ask that adopters make a $50 donation to the non-profit animal welfare organization of their choice, at the time of adoption. Your check, made out to that organization (not Wildrun), will be mailed to them in your name.