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Sweet Orange Nacho!'s Info...
|Breed:||Domestic Shorthair||Color:||Orange Or Red (Mostly)||Age:||Young|
Nacho is a wonderful, mellow red cat who was found, abandoned and battered, on a local Brooklyn campus. He’s incredibly sweet and purrs and kisses you the minute you pet him! Nacho is also an exceptionally well-mannered guy. He’s not fussy about his food and loves anything you put in his dish. He’s especially into milk, which he laps up with great gusto, making quite a racket!
Nacho really likes being brushed and lets you cut his nails without any trouble. His gentle personality makes him an ideal companion for someone who wants to be loved and appreciated in return for providing him with a good home. Nacho likes other cats but is not too crazy about dogs. He’s so warm, affectionate, and gentle that he’d definitely do well with children. In a word, he’s just about purrrfect!
Nacho is just about a year old, healthy and strong, neutered and with all his shots. He did test positive for FIV. But don’t look away! We know now that FIV-positive cats can and do lead long, healthy lives with just a little extra attention. Here’s more information: http://www.vet.cornell.edu/fhc/brochures/fiv.html . We’ll be happy to tell you more!
If you’d like to meet this fabulous sweet cat, please contact Belinda, at Belinda@cooperdooper.org.
Thanks so much for thinking of a rescued kitty!
Rescue Group Info...
We are a Brooklyn-based group of volunteers committed to improving the lives of animals in distress by working with our communities. We are dedicated to Trap-Neuter-Release programs, finding homes for adoptable animals, performing community outreach and education, and engaging in advocacy.
Please email us at BrooklynAnimalAction@gmail.com if you are interested in meeting one of our rescued cats.
Interested adopters can visit our animals in their foster homes. If they would like to adopt one of our animals, they must fill out an adoption application. If that is approved, they then complete an adoption contract. We also ask for a donation to help us continue our work.
Primarily Brooklyn, New York but also the rest of New York City.