Meow! My name is Bruno
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Hi my name is Bruno. I was rescued from a high kill shelter along with my 19 other brothers and sisters. We had a rather bad time before that and each day I try to show my appreciation for my new life by giving love back to my foster mom and enjoying life. I love to be with her on the bed and give her kitty pats and try to get as close to her as I can and hug her in a way that only kitties can do. I purr almost constantly now and am learning to trust again. I love to watch the birds in the back yard. If the shutters are closed, I know how to open them so I can see outside. I have a little sister and work hard to keep her face clean. Sometimes she tries to act like she’s putting up a fight so I have to hold her down, but she loves it and me just the same. I never bite even when my sister is bugging me and biting my tail. Our favorite thing is to lay by the patio door and watch the birds till we fall asleep. We also love to run and chase each other. I love to check on my foster mom especially when she’s brushing her teeth or washing dishes. My job is to inspect the water and make sure it all goes down the drain! When the computer or the printer have problems, count on me to check things out. I know wherethe paper is supposed to come out and stick my head in there until it does. I’m a very clean boy and use my litter box diligently. I even try to “cover up” my cat food when I’m done eating. I get along well with other kitties and children. I haven’t been around dogs since being with my foster mom so I’m not sure how I would act. My coat is growing out now so I will require daily brushing but I look really cool in a wild lion cut when the weather warms up. I have a very busy life here and will do best with someone who can appreciate my zest for life.
Rescue Group Info...
Helping Persian Cats rescues Persians, Himalayans, Exotic Short Hairs and other cats, and places them in responsible and loving homes with people who care! Our network of volunteers rescues primarily purebred cats, from local animal shelters in the southern California area, and from breeders who are no longer able to care for their cats, and from private owners in special circumstances. We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation. Contributions to Helping Persian Cats are deductible under section 170 of the IRS Code. We rely entirely on donations from the public!
Our volunteers and foster homes work hard every day to help Persians and other cats who are in need. All of our foster cats live in cage-free foster homes where we can best assess their personalities and health prior to adoption.
We believe that the happiest and healthiest life for a cat is as a spayed or neutered pet. We ensure that all of our adoptable cats are spayed and neutered BEFORE placing them in new homes. We do not rely on "promises" to get the operation performed in the future.
In addition to spay/neuter, all of our adoptable cats have been seen at least once by a private veterinarian, are tested for feline leukemia and aids, are vaccinated for FVRCP, are dewormed and flea-free, and have received other medical care as needed.
We show our adoptable cats every other Saturday at Petco in Santa Monica from 11:30 to 3:30pm. The address is 2910 Wilshire Blvd. To find out the date of our next adoption event, please email us at email@example.com
If possible, we recommend that you submit your application prior to attending our adoption events.
The best way to contact us is by email.
If you find a cat that you are interested in adopting, please email for an application form at helpingpersians@hotmail. We will be happy to answer any questions.
We require all adopters to be approved for adoption, through completion of our application. We may sometimes require a home visit by one of our volunteers. We do not ship our cats - all adopters must meet the cat they wish to adopt.
An adoption fee is required.
We are located in the Los Angeles area, but serve southern California, the Inland Empire and the central coast areas.