Meow! My name is Lena Horn. Tiger Tabby Beauty. 2 videos!
|Breed:||Domestic Shorthair||Color:||Spotted Tabby/Leopard Spotted||Age:||Kitten|
I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
You can read all about Lena below! But first... This pet has been rescued by a good Samaritan with a big heart. This cat is looking for a forever home and is available for adoption. Molly's Mutts and Meows has offered a courtesy posting to help this cat in need. This rescuer has also been invited to show their available animal with us at our Saturday adoptions in West Hollywood.
Lena and her 'jazz siblings' (Monk, Ella, Nina, Billie and their mom Josephine) were all rescued by an indie rescuer named Lupe. You can call Lupe if you would like to meet the kittens at 323-683-2997. Or you can email her daughter, Erica at Erica email@example.com to ask more questions. But they will want to see an application first before arranging a meet and greet. You can easily fill one out online at www.mollysmuttsandmeows.org. Click here to go to application page.
And now, we'd like to introduce you to Lena!
We have 2 VIDEOS of Lena Horn! Be sure to watch Lena's You Tube video in the link below her write-up. You can see Lena and all her siblings LIVE and just how cute they really are! One of the photos in this posting is of Lena and Nina together. They are identical tabbies. We have a video on You Tube DIRECTLY UNDER THIS PARAGRAPH that show Nina and Lena together. That is why we called the Lena (Horn) and Nina (Simone) of the 'Jazz Kittens.' We would LOVE to see them go to a home together. They are quite bonded. However, if you do have another cat or kitten at home and are looking for a companion kitten for him/her, Nina or Lena would be great too.
Video of Nina and Lena here:
Lena and her jazz siblings and their mom Josephine were rescued in an area of LA where there are LOTS of feral and stray cats and kittens (near Venice Blvd and Redondo). Her kind rescuer took them all in and has been caring them. They are roughly 8 months old. They are still babies. We think Lena is a domestic short hair mixed with gorgeous tabby. She is darling. She loves to be around her kitten siblings. She also loves being held. She has a twin sister too. Her name is Nina (Simone). Our rescue has Nina and Lena as part of the Jazz Kitten Ensemble! All of them are fantastic kittens and very social.
We will help Lena's rescuers make sure he has all his vaccines/tests, is neutered and chipped at our vet's office. We want to make sure Lena finds a loving FOREVER home. Maybe that is your home? She and her twin sister, Nina Simone, are so adorable.
As a reminder... If you would like to meet Lena.. we really need you to fill out an application FIRST. Then Lupe and Erica will arrange a meet-and-greet. You can easily fill one out online at www.mollysmuttsandmeows.org. Click here to go to application page. Be as complete as you can and don't be shy! We like to know a lot about the homes for our critters. We will get it and respond back to you within 24 hours. (We are all volunteers and work full time, so be patient with us. We will respond, I promise!)We also have a printable PDF version of our application. If you fax it in, be sure to write 'Lena' at the top if it. You may want to call us to double-check that we received it. Our phone number is 310-837-MUTT.
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We hold adoption events at West Hollywood Park several Saturdays a month from 12 PM to 3 PM. Please check our website mollysmuttsandmeows.org for upcoming dates.
Molly's Mutts and Meows is a 501c3 non-profit animal rescue organization. Our goal is to help animals from Los Angeles-area shelters find loving forever homes in Southern California. We are an entirely volunteer-run foster-home rescue. Click here for how you can help. Thank you for making adoption your first option!