Meow! My name is Frankie
|Breed:||Domestic Mediumhair||Color:||Brown Tabby||Age:||Adult|
I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, and not good with cats.
Frankie was found shivering, with a cold, on one of the coldest days of our winter so far. She was living outside on her own for too long...she needed to be rescued. She LOVES being indoors now where she is safe, warm, cared for, and well fed.
Frankie is a lap cat! Cute as a button with tons of personality. While she's madly playing chasing a ball, she stops regularly to make sure you're watching all her cuteness, then resumes her play. There's never a dull moment with Frankie!
While she craves companionship, she prefers people over cats because she wants to be Queen of the World. She is a very social kitty-- se really is pretty spectacular. HUGE personality.
Frankie tested positive for FIV... what this means is that she needs to be an indoor-only kitty, fed a good quality diet, and if she gets a cold you should baby her. FIV is an immune deficiency that is only transmitted from deep-bites (which she doesn't do) to other cats, and is NOT transmittable to dogs or people. Her health is good and she plans to be around a long time!
Frankie is spayed, leukemia tested negative, up-to-date on vaccinations, healthy now that she's over her winter cold. We are estimating Frankie to be about 3 years old.
CC4C Contact: Gemma, 925.708.8395, firstname.lastname@example.org
What is FIV? FIV is the feline version of HIV, an immune deficiency disease. Cats that test positive for FIV can live long and healthy lives, but should stay indoors away from other cats that could spread illness to them. FIV cannot be transmitted to people and is not easily transmitted to other cats (usually deep bite wounds by unneutered fighting males). FIV+ cats in a stable-colony pose little risk of transmitting the disease. For more information, go to: http://bestfriends.org/theanimals/petcare/cats_fiv.cfm and http://www.vet.cornell.edu/fhc/brochures/fiv.html
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Rescue Group Info...
CC4C, is a non-profit cat rescue organization founded in 1986 by citizens concerned with the growing numbers of abandoned and colonized cats.
CC4C is an all volunteer organization maintained on donations and fund-raising.
Our members, fosters and volunteers work hard to make a positive difference in the community and in lives of the cats.
Cats are fostered in the homes of members or non member foster homes. Please come join us in this positive experience.
Pet Food Express
3610 Mount Diablo Blvd.
Saturdays & Sundays, 2:00 pm - 5 pm
Pet Food Express
2158 Contra Costa Blvd
Pleasant Hill, CA
Saturdays 1:00 pm - 4 pm
1301 S. California Blvd
Walnut Creek, CA
Saturdays & Sundays, 1:00 pm - 4 pm
You can view our cats at our adoption sites or schedule an appointment. Anyone interested in adopting a particular cat will complete an application. Potential adopters are interviewed by our foster caregivers and/or site coordinator and a recommendation is made for the adoption.
Kittens (under a year old) $120.00, if you adopt a buddy, the adoption fee for the second kitty is $80.00.
Cats (over one year old) $100.00, if you adopt a buddy, the adoption fee for the second cat is $80.00.
The adoption fee includes at least the following; a health check, FeLV/FIV testing (FIV cannot be done until 4-months old), spay or neuter, FVRCP vaccine, de-worming, flea treatment, and micro chipping.
Through organization and the coming together of many caring individuals, CC4C was organized, incorporated and in business with members living in, and servicing Contra Costa County.