Meow! My name is Belle
I am already spayed and up to date with shots.
Belle and her three kittens were found in a garage. The kittens have already been adopted, and now it's Belle's turn to find a home of her own. She's a small, sweet cat who's approximately one year old.
Available by approved F.U.R. application and an adoption donation.
More information about Feline Urgent Rescue (FUR) of the Upstate
Rescue Group Info...
Feline Urgent Rescue (F.U.R.) of the Upstate is an all volunteer, non-profit organization founded upon the belief that the problem of homeless cats is not a problem for humans caused by cats, but a problem for cats caused by humans. Domestic cats living on their own outdoors, unlike native wildlife such as opossums and squirrels, are not able to live out their normal lifespans without human help. Homeless cats and their wild offspring are rarely able to support themselves by hunting, particularly in areas developed by humans, in which the amount of mice and other small animals available for cats to hunt is limited.
The efforts of F.U.R. of the Upstate are expensive and financed mostly from the limited personal resources of the F.U.R. of the Upstate volunteers. Therefore, F.U.R. of the Upstate welcomes donations which are used exclusively for the benefit of homeless felines.
Thank you, in advance, for your support in helping us to fulfill our mission of Saving Precious Lives By Helping Homeless Cats.
We are located at the Petsmart on Laurens Road. Volunteers are there every night around 7pm to do cage maintenance and answer questions, except Sunday's when a volunteer will be there from about 4-6pm.
Our fees differ for kittens and older cats. Come and see our babies, maybe you will fall in love with one. We do require an application for the cats to make sure you two will fit nicely. We love our cats and know you will too!