I'm being cared for by:
Sadie Mae Foundation Animal Rescue League Inc
Facts about Millie
- Breed: Domestic Shorthair
- Color: Black & White Or Tuxedo
- Age: Adult
- Sex: Female
- Hair: Short
My name is Millie!
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with cats.
Update 8/15/13: Introducing Millie!
Millie recently came under our rescue when her owner suffered a medical emergency. Millie's owner's health is serious and so she will no longer be able to care for Millie.
Millie is a wonderful, curious cat that is friendly with people. She is 3 years old and approx. 15 lbs. She got the cutest black and white markings. What a doll!
Millie is up-to-date on her vetting and is spayed. She is missing her owner but looking forward to finding a new family to fall in love with.
Thinking of falling in love with Millie? Interested in meeting and possibly adopting this cat? Fill-out an online adoption application via www.sadiemaefoundation.org. $200 adoption donation, reference check and home visit are required prior to adoption.
While in the care of the Sadie Mae Foundation, all animals are fully vaccinated, FIV/Leukemia tested and spayed or neutered. Other medical treatments may be provided to our animals, depending upon their specific needs.
Our adoption contract specifically prohibits adopters from declawing any of our rescued animals. There are alternatives to declawing and we would be happy to discuss those alternatives with you.
Info. about Sadie Mae Foundation's adoption process Please note that we do not ship animals or do same-day adoptions. Additionally, we ordinarily limit adoptions to homes within CT or no more than an hour or so drive from Hartford, CT in order to be able to conduct a home visit and provide follow-up assistance when necessary. Exceptions are considered on a case-by-case basis.
We try to make our adoption process as easy and painless as possible, but please understand where we are coming from and all of the work that goes into rescuing and rehoming homeless animals. We don't want them to go through this again. Visit www.sadiemaefoundation.org to learn about the adoption process in detail.