Meow! My name is Quincy
|Breed:||Domestic Mediumhair||Color:||Black (All)||Age:||Adult|
I am already neutered and up to date with shots.
Quincy’s family left him behind when they moved out of an apartment complex. He is a beautiful long-hair, green-eyed male cat that is approximately 18 months old and is neutered. He is black in color but his foster mom likes to say he is “ombre” as his color changes slightly from lighter to darker. He loves to have his back petted and is a really big flirt once he gets used to you. He will roll around on the ground in anticipation of being petted, which his foster sister says makes him look like a big rolly polly. He can be a little skittish at times and we are not sure how he would do around other cats or children, although he is slowly being introduced to other cats in his foster home. However, he would definitely do great in a home where he can be the center of attention. Quincy is truly one of the sweetest kitties you can find!
Please call CARE @ (804) 288-9797 and ask Lori all about Quincy.
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Rescue Group Info...
Cat Adoption and Rescue Efforts, Inc. (C.A.R.E.) is an all-volunteer, non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization dedicated to the rehabilitation, care and adoption of cats and kittens rescued from euthanizing animal shelters in Richmond, VA and surrounding areas. And, accepts on a limited basis animals from alternative sources. We are committed to the highest principles of humane care and obtain professional medical treatment for all animals in our systems.
Volunteers are present here at our weekly cat adoption stand:
Adoptions can be arranged at other times by appointment.
PetsMart, Short Pump
11740 West Broad Street
Richmond, VA 23233-1190
Prior to adoption, every CARE cat/kitten has received a thorough exam from a veterinarian, has tested negative for FIV/Felv (except as otherwise noted), been spayed/neutered, dewormed, given flea preventative, and been inoculated against distemper. Rabies vaccine is given if the feline is over 4 months. Any other desirable medical attention has also been provided. Also, each cat/kitten has spent its rescued time in a private home in foster care being loved and assessed for temperament and personality, needs, likes and dislikes.
After your approval by our volunteers, a legal contract is signed with an adoption donation attached (this donation helps defray the medical costs incurred); and, you receive a free vet office visit at a participating vet within the first week.
Adoption Fee is a Donation.