Meow! My name is Shiloh
|Breed:||Domestic Shorthair||Color:||Gray, Blue Or Silver Tabby||Age:||Kitten|
I am good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Shiloh was brought to us downtown, after being rescued from the dog kennels at the Poverello House. She went straight into foster, where she fit right in among dogs and small children. She is the typical kitten - she loves playing, running through the house and tormenting much larger dogs. ;)
Shiloh is a sweetheart who would love someone to take naps with. She has been an inside cat only, so wouldn't be ready for outside life. She is small for her age, but has more than enough sass to compensate for her size!
If you'd like to meet Shiloh, please contact Westside Rescue for more information.
Rescue Group Info...
We are a brand new rescue-just formed in 2010. We work almost exclusively with the homeless in Fresno educating them on proper nutrition and care of their pets (mostly dogs). We provide food, shots, worm medicines and parasite control to them and arrange for free spaying/neutering. We accept some of these animals in to our rescue when their owners must relinquish them and they are placed in foster care until they are adopted into a forever home. We began working with this population when we discovered that first of all, it existed and second of all that the majority of the homeless population love their animals and want to take care of them properly. We are animal lovers first and foremost and want to be sure that they are cared for and loved by their human family.
We attend any and all events that we are invited to and are working on getting a spot at our local Pet Extreme so that we can work on adoptions of the dogs that are in our rescue. We will also be attending a Super Adoption that will be held at our university in May.
Our adoption fee is $150.
Adopters must complete an adoption application and be willing to submit to a home visit as needed. Once the application is approved, they must then complete the adoption contract which in part requires that if the dog must be surrendered that it is returned to Westside Rescue regardless of the amount of time that has passed. We require that all dogs be indoor/outdoor dogs and that they have access to sleeping inside at night. They cannot be left alone for extended periods of time nor tethered for any reason.
Fresno County which includes Fresno, Clovis and Sanger