already neutered, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
Mickey is a sweet but shy boy with beautiful big amber eyes. Once he knows and trusts you, he wants to be near you and give and get lots of love and affection. He would love to be adopted with his brother or sister (Gussie or Haizy). Do you have a space in your home and in your heart to give this sweet boy a loving, wonderful forever home?
Save A Kitty is a 501(c)(3) no-kill cat rescue. We rescue from the streets, or bail from city shelters.We are active in trap/neuter/return and are trying to do our best to help reduce the number of unwanted births. We have a network of foster volunteers who care for our babies in a home environment. Our kitties are loved and cared for and will remain in our care until they find their forever homes, and if that is with us. so be it. We do what we do because we feel that all life is equal, a kitten with no home deserves to be loved and nurtured no less than any other being.
Come Meet Our Pets...
We hold kitty adoptions at the Petco in Van Nuys and Granada Hills as well as Whole Foods. Please contact us to find out our adoption dates, times, and locations.
Our Adoption Process...
We have a 2 page application. We do a home check and have an option if we adopt to do a follow-up visit. Our adoption contract is a legal document and includes no release of adopted cats to a third party. We have an adoption fee that ranges from $125 to $200 depending upon the kitty, which helps us with some of the medical costs to ready our kittens for adoption (including testing for FIV/FELV, spaying/neutering, shots, deworming, and flea treatment). If 2 cats are being adopted, we will sometimes reduce the fee. Even if we do a home check, that does not constitute an adoption.
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