Meow! My name is Kelly
|Breed:||Maine Coon||Color:||Brown Tabby||Age:||Young|
|Sex:||Male||ID#:||Adoption Fee: $55||Hair:||Long|
I am already neutered, a special needs pet, in need of an experienced adopter, and up to date with shots.
Kelly has definitely come a long way. He is very low-maintenance in terms of food or activities; he really is just a love bug who wants attention and affection all the time...and he is a talker! Although he is still skittish (a sudden noise or me moving too quickly in his direction will send him fleeing for cover), he now likes to be wherever I am. He sleeps with me most nights (he woke me up the other night because he practically plopped down on my shoulder and started purring...) and of course loves to be brushed. He still doesn't tend to make social appearances when others are around, but I think he'd come around eventually with more regular exposure. - foster mom
Kelly is such a wonderful guy, just loves being groomed and hugged, not super outgoing yet but doing soooo much better.
Foster - to - adopt situation would be ideal for Kelly.
Kelly has tested FIV +
FIV is a cat-only virus that cannot be spread to humans or other non-felines. FIV+ cats most often live long, healthy, and relatively normal lives with no symptoms at all. FIV is not easily passed between cats (it cannot be spread casually by litter box, food, water, etc.);
(Cats vaccinated for FIV can test as a FALSE POSITIVE for life. That is why we do not recommend that vaccine.)
Adoption fee is a minimum $55 per cat donation to Feral Fixers . All cats are up to date on shots, microchipped, dewormed, fixed, and felv/fiv negative.
Brief screening questionnaire and contract apply!
More information about Midwest Rescue Volunteer Group
Rescue Group Info...
A Quick Word About Adoption...
Adoption is a very personal desicion. We understand that you are looking for a special new family member and know that this can be an exciting yet sometimes stressful time. We appreciate that it takes a special person to want to adopt a rescued pet.
Who we are...
Midwest Rescue Volunteers started with the mission of re-homing abandoned, neglected, and unwanted animals.
Please contact the INDIVIDUAL SPECIFIED for each pet up for adoption. The cats posted are from TNR efforts and have been fully vetted, altered and evaluated. As are all the adoptable pets on this site
Thank you for considering adoption!
About our cats for adoption...
Most of our cats and kittens are spayed or neutered at P.A.W.S. Chicago.
Our dogs, cats, and kittens are all in foster homes, need a completed application, and phone interview before an appointment can be made to meet them.
PLEASE EMAIL Adoption Application / Cat Questionnaire copy and paste the application below, fill in your answers, and email completed application back to us.
How did you hear about us:
Home Phone______________________ Cell:__________________________
How long at current address___________
Own____Rent_____If so, landlord name and #_________________________________
If Condo Association contact name and #_____________________________________
Children in household?________Ages_______________
Adults in household?__________Ages_______________
Animals you currently own:
Type_________ Age:_____spayed/neutered___ none___
Where did you get them ______________________________________________
Animals you have owned in the past:
Were any lost? _____ Put to Sleep ________ Given Away _____________
Will this cat be allowed to go outside? __________
1. Tell me about yourself. ( age, occupation, hours, travel etc.)
2. Do you have any prior experience with cats? If so, tell me about it!
3. Have you ever had to rehome a pet before? What were the circumstances?
4. Will your new kitty family member be an outside or inside cat?
5. Will you declaw your new kitty family member?
6. What made you decide to look into adopting a cat?
7. Describe the environment you live in. (children, busy, noisy, quiet, etc.)
8. How long have you been at your current residence? Is this a permanent residence?
9. Do you have any other pets? If so, tell me about them! Are they up to date with vaccinations and spayed/neutered?
10. Are you prepared to seek immediate medical attention or veterinary care if a problem/sickness/need arises with your new pet(s)?
11. Feel free to share anything else about yourself not already mentioned above!!!!! (optional)