Meow! My name is Pumpkin
|Breed:||Domestic Shorthair||Color:||Orange Or Red Tabby||Age:||Young|
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
Here I am, posing on Petfinder to find a loving home – my mom never told me that this can happen in our life!
A while back I got separated from my family and they never found me again, I had to spend my days outside in cold and rain, but then I met these nice ladies and I talked to them.
They call me sweet little Pumpkin, because all I want to do is get cuddled and purr back. I love head rubs and belly cuddles and make a lot of bisquits, because I am so happy not to be outside in the cold anymore. My foster mom thinks I had a ragdoll as a grand father because I love being held. They also have a big dog and we go along just fine.
The vet estimates me to be 3 to 4 years old.
I am fully vetted, up-to-date with shots, neutered
and have a micro chip so I can’t get lost again.
I am untested with cats and small kids.
Adoption fee $65 to cover some of the costs.
Rescue Group Info...
We are primarily working with feral cat colonies - TNR (Trap,Neuter,Return) and provide them food and shelter, and also find homes for abandoned kitties and those of our neighbors and friends who cannot keep them anymore.
We are 2 woman who are crazy about saving kittties lifes and preventing unwanted litters.
We have no place to display our adoptable kitties other than our homes and homes of our friends. You are welcome anytime to play with them!
We volunteer at Petsmart with a rescue group and on their adoption weekends we are allowed to display them.
The best thing is to contact us by phone or e-mail.
We want to meet our potential parents and require that an application is filled out to make sure that we are on the same page. When you adopt, you sign a contract with us that you will look after your kitty and understand liabilities and consequences.
Our adoption fee is typically $ 75 to cover the vet and food expenses.
We are located in Williamson County, South of Nashville, Tennessee