Elizabeth was born in a feral cat colony and trapped to be spayed, we thought she was a kitten, but she was an adult that was very small. We decided to take her into the shelter instead of releasing her because of that. She has since decided that 2 leggeds are not bad and she truly loves affection. If she doesnt know you, she will be a bit timid at first, but she warms up. She has such an adorable little face, can you say no to that? Elizabeth, girl, born approximately 2009.
HELP Humane is a non-profit TRUE No Kill animal shelter currently run on individual donations and fundraising alone. (just south of Kansas City). All HELP animals are treated by veterinarians, receive age appropriate vaccinations, dewormed, spayed/neutered and those incoming after Oct 2005, have been micro chipped. Cats have been FeLV/FIV tested and are negative unless otherwise stated. Dogs have been heartworm tested and are on heartworm preventative. We have been told by many adopters that the reason they liked adopting from us is because we have a happy place and all the cats are the friendliest ones they had ever met. HELP Humane believes that all life is precious and is therefore, a TRUE No Kill shelter. We have many FIV and FeLV+ cats in our care. They will live with us until they end their life’s journey or find a permanent home. Come Visit Us! Our hours of operation are Tuesday - Friday, 1pm - 8pm, Saturday 10am - 6pm, Sunday 12pm - 5pm, closed on Monday. 17122 Bel Ray Place Belton, MO 64012 816-318-HELP www.helppets.org Adoption fees vary according to the needs of the animal up for adoption
Spayed/Neutered • Up-to-date with routine shots • House trained • Prefers a home without: young children • Special Needs • Primary color: Calico • Coat length: Short
Elizabeth, Dilute Calico & Domestic Short Hair Mix has been shared from Shelter Exchange.
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