Meow! My name is Olivia
found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
Other Pets at Shelter...
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Olivia is approximately 1 to 2 years old as determined by the veterinarian. She was apparently abandoned. She was found in a box in a man's garage. She has been around people because she was not afraid when he found her.
Olivia is a brown and black swirl tabby with white chest and paws. She is a very sweet and gentle house cat. She is a perfect cat, talk to her and she comes running up to you making biscuits with her paws. She loves to play and is very affectionate. She is spayed and completely up to date on her vaccines. She has been bathed, treated for fleas and dewormed.
Call for an appointment to see Olivia today! Please call 704-786-7768 or 704-793-6545 ask for Dianne or Reid. Call Anne Beamon at 704-232-1613 to see Olivia.
Thank you for considering a rescued cat or kitten!!
Rescue Group Info...
We are a small volunteer ran organization that started in 2000. We have been working since then to help animals who are homeless, abandoned and in need .
Our rescue building is located in Concord, NC. Viewing pets is by appointment. We would love to have you meet our available cats and kittens!
We would like an application filled out by potential adopters. We ask you sign an adoption contract that you are asked to read before signing so we are sure you understand what is expected of you as an adopting parent. We would like to call your veterinarian for a vet reference if you currently have animals. We will try to return your call as soon as possible but certainly within 12 hours and not leave you hanging!
Second Chance Kitten Rescue, Inc. is a non-profit rescue organization based in Concord, North Carolina. We are a group of volunteers devoted to finding permanent, loving homes for orphaned, surrendered or thrown away cats and kittens. Many of these animals are rescued from the fate of animal control or from individuals who think nothing of abandoning them to fend for themselves. We are committed to making a difference in the lives of these animals and in educating the public about pet overpopulation. Before placement, our kittens/cats are combo blood tested for Feline Leukemia and FIV, bathed and treated for fleas, earmites, de-wormed and vaccinated for FVRCP (distemper) and rabies, if old enough