I’ve been waiting for my forever home since July 2013.
Rachelle is a beautiful, loving, and sweet lady. Although she was a bit aggressive at the shelter, since being in a home environment (foster care) she is a changed kitty! She loves to rub against you for pets while she purrs up a storm and lay beside you while you relax. She definitely has her own personality and is independent which is why she likes some occasional alone time to do her own thing. Rachelle is a quiet, low maintenance and most of all, perfect companion! Rachelle would do best in a home with no other cats and with children over the age of 12 years of age.
This kitty is currently in foster care.
To arrange a meeting, please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
As a rescue organization, we think that it is so important to ensure that all of our cats and kittens are socialized and as comfortable as possible. Shelter environments are stressful, and some cats do not fair as well as others. For this reason, a cat or kitten may be located in foster care as opposed to our other locations.
The list below includes all of the basic services that each of our cats receives:
Our adoption fee helps to offset the services that we provide for your newest furry addition. It also acts as a donation to help support our organization as a whole, allowing us to continue our efforts to rescue and re-home cats in need of our help.
Applying to Adopt
Once you and your family have spent time with the cats in the adoption room and are ready to adopt,
please visit the adoption section of our website:
Our adoption process page will provide you with all of the information you need to know about adopting through our organization, including what to expect, what information we will require from you, and finding your purrfect match.
Thank You For Choosing to Adopt!!
As a no-kill rescue, we can only bring in and save more cats and kittens in need as our current cats and kittens are adopted. This is why we say that when you adopt one cat or kitten you are actually saving TWO lives! One is the current cat or kitten that you are adopting, the second is the one that we now have room to save and place into our safe shelter.
About The Cat Corner
The Cat Corner, Inc. is a nonprofit, all-volunteer-run organization that does not receive any federal, state or local government funding. We depend solely from the generosity of caring individuals from our community to continue to do our work.
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