already neutered, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, and not good with cats.
I am already neutered, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, and not good with cats.
Romeo is a young brown short haired tabby. He was born in 08 and brought to the shelter in 10. Romeo is a very social boy, he loves to be with the group and hang with others. He is very fat and fluffy and loves attention and needs a lot of it as a young cat. He is FIV+ and should not live with cats that are not. to learn more: http://www.vet.cornell.edu/fhc/brochures/fiv.html
Friends of Cats is a no-kill shelter for cats located in El Cajon, California, and is incorporated as a tax exempt, non-profit organization under IRS rule 501(c)(3). We are dedicated to providing shelter and medical care to abandoned cats and those whose owners are unable to care for them. Once their health is assured, we try to find them good homes. We do not euthanize, except as a matter of compassion if a cat is fatally ill or suffering. From newborn kittens to older resident cats living out their lives, as well as an ever-changing population of adoptable cats, the Shelter houses approximately 300 cats at any given time.
Come Meet Our Pets...
The shelter is located at 15587 Olde Hwy 80, El Cajon, CA 92021, which is east of El Cajon in the Flinn Springs area. Take interstate 8 east to the Lake Jennings Park Road exit. Go directly straight through the stop sign at the end of the exit, and this will bring you to Olde Hwy 80. Go straight for about 3 miles, and the shelter is on the right hand side, at 15587, Olde Hwy 80. Coming from the east, take interstate 8 west to the Dunbar Lane exit. Turn right at the end of the exit, and then an immediate left on to Olde Hwy 80. Go straight for about a mile, and the shelter is located is on the left hand side, at 15587 Olde Hwy 80.
Our Adoption Process...
Potential adopters are asked to come out to the shelter and fill out an adoption questionnaire. Once approved, they are free to choose a cat and pay the adoption fee and take home the cat the same day. Kittens are $100, and adult cats up to 10 years old are $75. Senior cats older than 10 are $35. All adopters must pay $20 for lietime registration of microchip.
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