Meow! My name is Autumn
I am already spayed.
Autumn was found outside a Hartford apartment building, where she had multiple litters of kittens before being rescued. She is living in foster care now, where she is slowly learning to become more sociable and is gaining some much-needed weight! She is a bit shy but lives with multiple cats and a couple dogs in her foster home. With time and patience she has become affectionate with her foster mom, and we have no doubts she will bond with you too! We also recommend that she remain an indoor-only cat because of her traumatized past and tendency to run and hide when scared. She is litterbox trained and enjoys Fancy Feast wet food. She also sticks out her tongue slightly!Please contact her foster mom, Deb, at email@example.com and thank you!
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Rescue Group Info...
we are a a small group comprised of 100% volunteers dedicated to helping homeless cat find new homes. most of our cats we take in require medical attention and often need socializing or a period of adjusting before they can be put up for adoption. we are a no kill organization. this comes at a financial cost in order to adsorb the high medical expenses associated with a no-kill policy.
we except cash and check
we are located at 99 poquonock ave windsor, ct. we have adoptions on Saturday from 11 to 5 snd Sundays from 1 to 3.
Our adoptions fee runs between 40 and 120 dollars. this comes with your cat being spayed or neutered, and have all of its vaccines. Kittens that are not spayed or neutered are 60 and ones that are is 120. We prefer that kittens go in pairs unless you have another cat at home.