Meow! My name is Baby
|Breed:||Calico||Color:||Calico Or Dilute Calico||Age:||Senior|
I am already spayed, a special needs pet, in need of an experienced adopter, up to date with shots, declawed, not good with kids, not good with dogs, and not good with cats.
Oh, baby, this pretty pastel tortie has seen a thing or two in her lifetime, and she knows just what she wants and deserves from now on — a forever home! She's in a foster home, after her third and stressful tour through the shelter (sadly, her first person died, her second thought she wasn't a good fit, and her third moved to an apartment that doesn't allow pets). Now she's a senior and showing the beginning signs of kidney trouble that is common in older cats, and she needs a rescue-minded adopter who will love giving her a comfortable and safe retirement home for the years she has left. She's an affectionate purr machine who has a remarkable spirit considering what she's been through!
Buddy Up Animal Society's adoption fee for cats is $100 covering all spay/neutering, vaccinations and vetting.
IF YOU’RE INTERESTED IN ADOPTING BABY, download Buddy Up Animal Society’s Cat Adoption Application
TO LEARN MORE about Buddy Up Animal Society, please visit BuddyUpAnimalSociety.org
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Rescue Group Info...
Buddy Up Animal Society networks with shelters, trainers, behaviorists, foster homes, and adoptive homes in the southern and midcoast Maine area to provide a safe haven for pets who run out of options in the shelter system. It's also our mission to promote sterilization and adoption over breeding as a solution to the homeless animal population, and to offer programs in humane education and training.
Buddy Up Animal Society places rescue animals in foster homes throughout southern and mid-coast Maine. We introduce prospective adopters through personal meet-and-greet appointments and adoption events.
● Interested parties fill out an Adoption Application
● A BUAS representative reviews the adoption application and screens the potential adopter to see if they're a good fit.
● A meet-and-greet is arranged.
● A BUAS representative visits the home.
● When a BUAS representative approves the adoption, the adopter finalizes the adoption by completing an Adoption Agreement and makes a donation to help cover some of the expenses incurred in rescuing the animal (these often include costs for transportation, medical treatment, and boarding).