Meow! My name is Daisy
|Breed:||Domestic Shorthair||Color:||Gray Or Blue (Mostly)||Age:||Adult|
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, good with kids, not good with dogs, and not good with cats.
Daisy is a pretty grey and white furry girl who would make a great kitty for a senior citizen looking for a loving companion. Her owner is ill and can no longer care for her. She may be shy at first, but with patience will enjoy tummy rubs, brushing, playing with kitty toys and become your loyal friend. She is healthy and has had regular vet care If you would like to know more or arrange for a meeting please phone Nancy at 949 951-2760 or email: email@example.com
More information about Laguna Woods Cat Club Foster/Adoption Program
Rescue Group Info...
Our organization was started because our local animal shelter does not have space for abandoned and/or lost pets. Laguna Woods is a retirement community and our residents often end up going to assisted living or passing away, and kitties are left homeless. There was a real need for someone to step up and fill this need, so we established a network of foster homes and a website and a petfinder site to advertise our kitties needing homes. We provide an initial vet exam immediately and pay for services including medical care, shots, spay and neuter, etc.
Donations are accepted for both relinquished cats and adopted cats. No specific amount is required.
We have boutiques twice a year, in late fall and early spring, to raise funds for our pets. We sometimes have some of our animals at those events. We also have posters with our kitties displayed around our community and we have both our www.lagunawoodscatclub.com site as well as our petfinder site with photos, discriptions and contact info.
We ask for an adoption donation of at least $50. but will waive it for adopters that appear to be excellent potential pet parents.
We have a two page information form and do a preliminary home visit. Our adopters must promise to keep the kitty as an indoor only pet and must agree to return the kitty to our organization if they can no longer care for it.