Meow! My name is Hope
|Breed:||Domestic Shorthair||Color:||Gray, Blue Or Silver Tabby||Age:||Kitten|
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Hope was rescued from a local shelter where she was on the euthanasia list. Her eye was in a very bad condition. It was suggested by the shelter that it should be removed. There was no need for removal - antibiotics and eye drops did the trick.
Hope grew stronger and healthier by the day. She is now a confident kitty that loves to play. And when she gets tired, she loves to snuggle next to you. She's mellowing with age and becoming more of a snuggle bug. She loves other cats and large dogs (she will run after a dog to rub all against him or her). She was never around kids or small dogs, but if she sees a big dog all she wants to do is to either play with their tail or rub next to them. She would make a wonderful companion for a kitty with a similar temperament.
She is the perfect kitty - loving and friendly, but not overly so. She does not demand constant attention, rather she just wants to be a family member and is happy with occasional attention. She knows how entertain herself (especially if she has other animals as companions) and loves to play. Give her a warm, cuddly place to snuggle in, and she will happy.
If you would like to learn more about Hope and see more pictures visit our blog http://happyfelines.wordpress.com/ .
Are you the family for Hope?
Rescue Group Info...
Fostering saves lives. It’s as simple as that. Instead of trying to escape the thoughts and images of abandoned and neglected cats and kittens, I decided to face the reality head on. To be proactive. Yes, you cannot save them all. But you can make a difference – a life and death difference – on many cats’ lives by fostering. There are other avenues you can pursue as well, such as networking and volunteering. But fostering is one of the most challenging (I know I’ve had a few ‘failed’ fosters ) but rewarding experiences in anyone’s life.
I am not a big organization, but one person trying to make a difference. You can make a difference too! Adopt, foster, network or volunteer. Whatever you do, do something. Yours actions (or inaction) matter!
Visit my Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/dfwcatnetwork and spread the word, network, message me if you would like to adopt or foster. If you do not have a Facebook account email email@example.com with your questions or contact information.
Adoption fee is $85 for cats and $115 for dogs and it includes spay/neuter and vaccinations.
Adoption application and contract are required. Adoption application is sent to everyone that is interested in an animal. We reserve the right to deny the application. If approved a home check is required to ensure both the well being of the animal and to make sure that the potential adopter connects with the animal and is willing to make a commitment.
Fort Worth and surrounding cities, including Keller, Colleyville and North Richland Hills.