Meow! My name is Tabitha Bottle Baby
found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
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Tabitha Bottle Baby's Info...
|Breed:||Domestic Shorthair||Color:||Gray, Blue Or Silver Tabby||Age:||Kitten|
Tabitha was born around October 1, 2012. She is a precious bottle baby, who has learned to love people (from whom she gets her food), my dog, and other cats. She's cute and playful and a world-class purrer.
Bottle babies tend to be more affectionate, more outgoing, and cuddley.
Rescue Group Info...
When you see the tremendous need for the care of stray and abandoned animals, you have to do what you can do to help.
Last Chance is a rescue (kittens live in a home as companions), not a shelter (often rows of caged cats). The babies get lots of attention and love as the feline children of the home.
Kittens are trained to come when called and to avoid running outside when a door is opened. They also start to receive training to stay off kitchen counters and other pieces of furniture.
Your donation of $50 pays only part of the vet bills. To get the vet care that comes with these babies, it would cost you over $300 at most local vets.
Kittens receive all age-appropriate medical care before going to a new home: treated/tested for fleas, ear mites, roundworms, tapeworms, hookworms, heart-worms, feline leukemia/aids. They must be neutered. If you want a kitten who is too young for surgery, you may put down a deposit that will be returned when you have proof of neutering, which is included in the small adoption fee.
Potential adoptive parents are carefully screened!
Your $50 adoption fee covers only part of the $300 that you would pay to get the necessary care at a local vet, and it pays for none of the cost of food and very expensive kitten formula for raising these healthy babies.
Near Sawmill Road in the Northwest suburbs of Columbus OH.
Last Chance Rescue specializes in raising babies who are too young to eat on their own. These infants are not accepted by other shelters because of the tremendous work (feeding every few hours all night) and the high expense of kitten formula. We are their last chance.
Hand-fed babies are often more cuddly and affectionate with humans than kittens whose nourishment came from their mothers.
These kittens are raised as fosters - never caged except for vet visits. They run and play all day, and generally choose to sleep with their humans.