Meow! My name is Fishy
|Breed:||Domestic Shorthair||Color:||Black & White Or Tuxedo||Age:||Kitten|
I am up to date with shots.
Little Fishy came to us at 5 weeks old. Her litter had some bad luck. They developed a very stubborn case of ringworm very soon after they arrived. This prevented us from giving them as much love and attention as we really wanted to. Plus we constantly had to give them oral medication along with topical medication. So they took a little while longer to realize that we were their friends. They were finally cured of their ringworm and then started on the road to becoming our friends.
Fishy has a pretty little black diamond on her nose. She loves to play with her brothers and sisters. She is shy around new people. But comes around once she knows she can trust you.
Fishy is about 7 months old. She has been spayed, vaccinated, dewormed and has tested negative for FIV and FeLV.
Rescue Group Info...
Happy Feet is a cat rescue organization whose goal is to match our wonderful adoptive cats with the perfect owners. Our cats come from all over, but most are stray or abandoned. Upon arrival, our cats are tested for Feline Leukemia and FIV. They are neutered if of the appropriate age, vaccinated, dewormed, and treated for any other ailments. We spend time with them, play with them, and nurture their personalities. We love each and every one of our cats, and it shows in their genuine love and respect for us. It gives us no greater pleasure to watch one of our sickly strays blossom into a beautiful feline, and then bittersweetly, we say goodbye to them to their forever homes.
Our adoption procedure consists of e-mailing our adoption coordinator, Cathy, about the particular cat of interest. We will ask specific, general questions in our reply e-mail, and will ask for veterinary references. If approved by our adoption coordinator, we will set up an appointment for the potential adoptor to visit the cat. Final approval on all adoptions will be made in person only, where the adoptor must sign our adoption contract. A non-refundable adoption donation of $125 for neutered cats and $75 for kittens is asked. Any and all veterinary expenses incurred after the time of adoption are the responsibility of the adopter. Follow -up calls are made on all cases, and home visits must be made available under circumstances where we deem necessary.
We are a small cat rescue group in Secaucus, NJ.