found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
Find a pet to adopt
My name is Gianna!
Facts about Gianna
- Breed: Domestic Shorthair
- Color: Gray Or Blue
- Age: Adult
- Sex: Female
- ID#: READY NOW!
- Hair: Medium
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
MEET GIANNA!!! I saw Gianna in a cage at Downey shelter when I was there picking up another cat. My first thought was - I can't believe such a beautiful cat ended up in a shelter. After talking to a rescuer to see if she is close to being killed - which she was - I asked to have her rescued so that I could foster her at my house. She is the sweetest cat I have ever seen and does not have a mean bone in her. She was a little shy at first, much better now. She gets along with everyone - cats and dogs never any issue with anybody new, she accepts everyone. Gianna always plays "mommy" to any orphaned kitten we had. She is not demanding or pushy, will always wait her turn. She is awesome with my 6 yo son and sleeps in his bed. She is a very gentle soul and needs a kind home where she will be loved. She has been fixed, tested negative for FIV/Leukemia and received her vaccinations. She is ready for a new home.
Adoption fee: $50 for a limited time.
Friends: Rose, Tofel,
If you are interested in meeting these wonderful little guys, please copy, paste and complete the application below and email it to us at 'firstname.lastname@example.org'. Once it is reviewed we will be in contact to set up a time for you to meet all of the kittens! =)
Below is an adoption application. Please let me know if you have any other questions.
Why do you want a cat?
Who would be responsible for the daily care of this cat?
Number of persons in the household?
Number of children (under 16):
Ages of children:
Is anyone in your household allergic to cats?
List all other pets currently in your household:
Do you have a veterinarian?
How long at present address:
Type of residence? (House, Condo etc)
Do you rent or own?
Would this cat be:
This cat would have access to:
None of the above
The cats litter box would be located?
Where would the cat sleep at night?
What will happen to your cat when you are on vacation, or out of town?
What would you do if you have to move and had trouble finding a place that allowed pets?
What would you do if you relationship changed? Who would take the cat?
What would happen to your cat if you have to relocate out of state or overseas?
Can you afford regular veterinary care for this cat?
Can you afford a serious injury or illness costs (500+)?
For what reason(s) would you give up the cat?
~Not getting along with other pets?
~Not getting along with a new member of household
~Peeing on Carpet/Furniture
What would you do if....
...the cat stopped using the litter box?
...the cat clawed your furniture?
...the cat kept trying to get outside?
Have you ever owned cats before?
If yes, what happened to them?
Have you ever owned kittens before?
If yes, what happened to them?
Have you ever owned a declawed cat?
Would you declaw this cat?
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY: You are making a major commitment when you adopt any pet. Please remember that CATS CAN LIVE FOR OVER 20 YEARS. Thousands of cats are killed at animal shelters each year because their owners did not plan for the future. Cats can get sick and require expensive medical treatment during the course of their lives. Cats need affection, attention and understanding. You may have to adjust your lifestyle to accommodate a new pet.