Meow! My name is Zorro
|Breed:||Domestic Shorthair||Color:||Black (All)||Age:||Adult|
I am already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with cats.
Zorro was rescued at 4 weeks old by a very kind lady who was caring for her and her feral mother. He was born approx. 4/5/11, and will always be a fairly small boy, though he’s pretty solid. Like his sister Blackie, he’s a true black cat, not a very dark tabby or with a few white hairs scattered around.
Zorro has two siblings, Precious and Blackie, and is quite close and bonded to them. They’ve been together their whole lives. He’s used to the company of other cats (will do very well in a multi-cat home), and if you’re considering adopting two, one of his siblings would be an ideal match. They’re too big to all fit on the same shelf of a cat tree, like they did when they were kittens, but they still try! Zorro is the most independent of the three, and would likely do fine adopted by himself, but still might have a bit of separation anxiety at first.
Zorro has a shy side and would probably do best in a fairly quiet home. He is not particularly afraid of people (or much of anything), doesn’t run and hide under beds or in closets, but can take a little while to warm up. He has a tendency to sleep in well concealed places and is sometimes a bit hard to find, though he’ll always come out to eat and play! He does like people, petting, etc, but is a bit more of a “cat’s cat” than his sisters, who are “in your face” friendly.
He is a well-behaved cat, doesn’t cause trouble, fights, or get into things. He always uses the litter box. It’s unknown how he’d react to living with a dog since he’s never been around them.
Come see me at Petco, 6300 San Mateo NE at San Mateo/Academy Saturdays and Sundays from 11am-5pm.
When you do bring me home, make a 'safe' room for me while I get used to the smells and sounds of my new home. I'll adjust better this way! This will also give me a 'safe' place to go if I get scared.
Please call FAT KATZ, 505-293-2830 or email FatKatzAbq@Gmail.com for more info or questions! You can also inquire about fostering cats because we always need fosters! The number fosters we have determines how many kitties we can help!
Rescue Group Info...
F.A.T. KATZ Mission:
~Provide a safe haven in the form of foster homes for stray, orphaned, abused or neglected cats in the Albuquerque metro area.
~Provide veterinary care to all cats and kittens in our foster program and spay/neuter them prior to adoption.
~Relocate cats and kittens into permanent, adoptive homes.
~Educate the public regarding the need for spay/neuter and provide counseling and advice about cat behavior and care issues.
~Assist owners through low-cost spay and neuter for their cats and through our surrender and adoption program, give them peace of mind knowing that their cats will be cared for “for life” through our adoption program.
~Limit cat overpopulation by assisting in the trap-neuter-release (TNR) of feral cats.
~Welcome all volunteers and fosters into the F.A.T. Katz family with respect and support.
Adoption events are held weekly at Petco, 6300 San Mateo NE, San Mateo and Academy. Saturdays and Sundays, 11am-5pm.
When interested in adopting, first a 2 page adoption application is completed. Second, if approved, the adoption fee is $100 and includes spay/neuter, current on vaccines and Feline Leukemia and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus testing with negative results.
We serve the Albuquerque, NM metro area