Meow! My name is Panda
|Breed:||Domestic Shorthair||Color:||Black & White Or Tuxedo||Age:||Kitten|
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Panda and Merlot
DOB: 8/24/12, Siblings
Panda: dsh black and white, male
Merlot: dmh brown tabby & white, female
Our story: We were part of one of the large colonies that FF worked in 2012. We have 2 more siblings at home that aren’t here (Sauvignon and Reisling). Now that we’re happy and safe, we are all looking for our forever home.
We are gentle, sweet, playful and loving siblings….although a bit shy; great with other cats and nice dogs given time. We love toys of all kinds, but especially anything that dangles. We’re all dolls! Would like to be adopted with a sibling if possible. Prefer they not be only children.
**Home Visit Required**
Foster mom: Michelle
837-4627 (h), 520-2517 (c)
Hi there! Our names are Panda and Merlot. We’re siblings and cousins with the herb family that are also here. We’re looking for our forever home! Our story has an altogether familiar sound: someone started feeding a couple of cats but didn’t bother to get them spayed or neutered…. before long, our numbers were somewhere around 40. Since many before us were sent to animal control, we are so grateful that by the time we came along, Forgotten Felines stepped in to help with a great number of us. You’ve seen others from our area here at Petsmart and now it’s our turn to find our forever home.
We are gentle, sweet, playful and loving siblings, and although we will be a bit shy at first, we come around pretty quick with some great petting and being loved on. We’re great with other cats and nice dogs given time. We’re kittens so we love toys of all kinds but especially anything that dangles. Our foster mom says we’re real sweethearts! If you need some more smiles in your life, please come back and meet us. We love attention and we love our people…. and love being taken care of. Do you have room in your home and heart for us? If so, you won’t regret it! If you have any questions about us, please call our foster mom, Michelle, at 837-4627 or 520-2517.
As with all Forgotten Felines cats for adoption, the siblings are spayed/neutered, up to date on shots and tests...they just need YOU!!
More information about Forgotten Felines
Rescue Group Info...
Forgotten Felines, Inc. is a 501-(3)(c) non-profit charitable organization. Our primary purpose is to manage the feral cat population in our area by trapping, neutering/spaying and re-releasing (TNR) cats back into their original territories. We also work to provide safe temporary homes for cats that are homeless, unwanted, abandoned or lost. Some of our animals have been rescued from dangerous conditions and cannot be released back to their original territory...these animals are housed in foster homes until permanent loving homes can be found. The majority of these animals are friendly abandoned pets, that are not feral, and we offer these loving and grateful animals for adoption here on Petfinder and also at Petsmart in Jones Valley, Huntsville, AL. We also provide help to people who are elderly, disable, financially challenged and those who love their animals but cannot provide them with the necessary care.
(1) Control feral cat populations through neutering/spaying
(2) Educate the public about about proper pet care and responsibility, especially neutering/spaying and advising about pet behavior and medical issues that often result in families giving up their pets
(3) Humanely remove and relocate ferals when possible
(4) Adopt out loving, grateful animals into permanent forever homes
(5) Raise necessary funds to build a shelter for rescued cats
Come Visit Us!!
(And Bring a Pet Taxi)
Adoption Hours at PetSmart Jones Valley, Huntsville, Alabama
with a FF volunteer attending are:
Friday 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Saturday Noon - 5:00 pm
Sunday Noon - 5:00 pm
Adopting A Friend:
All Forgotten Felines cats have had their shots, tests and are neutered/spayed ~ over a $200 value ~ for a $100 donation, which helps Forgotten Felines continue their important mission. We do require indoor homes with no declawing.