Meow! My name is Mia and Emmy
Mia and Emmy's Info...
|Breed:||American Shorthair||Color:||Brown Tabby||Age:||Adult|
I am already spayed, in need of an experienced adopter, up to date with shots, not good with kids, and good with cats.
Meet Mia and Emmy! They are a sweet bonded pair of brown tabbies, about two years old, HEALTHY, spayed and up to date on shots. They have had a very rough beginning and desperately need to settle into a loving forever home where they can learn to trust again.
We were fortunate to find a temporary foster situation for them for 3 months but that ended and they are now back in cages and waiting for their life to begin. Their foster mom was fabulous and the girls were finally beginning to trust and come out of their shell. Here is what she had to say about them: “There is so much joy to come out of these type of cats who have been neglected and finally learn to trust YOU!!!! NOW they both jump on my bed and love petting and belly rubs. LOL, they both always want me to share my food with them. They are very curious and love to play. They won’t let me pick them up yet, but they have come such a long way! I’m sorry that due to my own commitments, I’m not able to continue to help them on their journey to become the trusting, loving and happy cats they were meant to be.“
It’s heartbreaking that Mia and Emmy had to be uprooted again. It’s why we are now determined more than ever to help these girls find their forever home.
We are looking for a home without other animals (or only one or two others). Local only (Queens, Long Island, Manhattan, Brooklyn and Bronx).
Rescue Group Info...
We are a not for profit rescue and advocacy group. Our organization strives to elevate the societal value of animal life through various activities including:
rescue and placement of unwanted animals
creation of an extensive foster network
provision of necessary medical care
establishment of a trap-neuter-return (TNR) program
support for and collaboration with individuals and other animal welfare organizations
education of the public on the importance of sterilization, basic animal care, humane treatment animals, and the value of animals as an integral part of our society
Make an appointment to meet our pets!
You will be asked to fill out an adoption application.
We will perform an interview by telephone.
Once you meet the pet you would like to adopt, we will provide a home visit and ask you to sign our adoption contract. We ask for a $125 adoption fee per cat and we reduce the fee to $200 if you are adopting two cats.
We are located in New York City, the borough of Queens.
We prefer to adopt out locally in NYC and Long Island.