Meow! My name is Sparkle
found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
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|Breed:||Domestic Shorthair||Color:||Gray Or Blue (Mostly)||Age:||Young|
Sparkle is young and energetic and loves to play. She's looking for an indoor/outdoor home with her friend Trixie. Trixie, especially, needs room to run and would not do well in an apartment.
Age: 16 months
Likes: Playing with wand toys, chasing tiny toys, attention from humans
Dislikes Sparkle likes just about everything! She can't think of anything she dislikes.
Health Concerns: Sparkle is young and very healthy
Ideal Home: A quiet indoor/outdoor home where she and Trixie will have room to run and play.
Sparkle and her friend Trixie lived with 80 other cats. They got caught in an animal control raid, and ended up in a high-kill shelter. They're safe with the Howard County Cat Club now but long for their very own home where they'll have lots of love and room to run.
Rescue Group Info...
The Howard County Cat Club is a registered 501 (c)(3) nonprofit no kill cat rescue. Our mission is to keep cats out of shelters because we believe that no cat deserves to live in a cage, or to be put to death because it is no longer wanted or in the way. We operate a behavior hotline to help cats and their human companions resolve their differences. We advise people who are trying to place their no-longer-wanted cats in loving new homes, and we foster cats in our "group home" when they have no place else to go.
We are not having adoption shows at the moment, but we invite you to our shelter to meet our cats. Please call or write for an appointment.
Potential forever families must complete an application and sign a contract. Our contract stipulates that you will NOT declaw and that the cat will be returned to us if things don't work out. Cats who are adopted together must be returned together -- they may not be separated. Our contract also stipulates that you will feed wet food -- we do not want our cats to have dry food-only diets. We DO adopt to safe, responsible indoor/outdoor homes. And we almost always have ferals who must be relocated to barn homes.
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