My name is Chandler!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Cerritos, California - Chandler
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Foreverhome Pet Rescue South

Facts about Chandler

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Black & White Or Tuxedo
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Male
  • Hair: Short
Hi my name is Chandler! I was born April 20, 2013 and am a Black and White Tuxedo/ Domestic Short Hair.

When I was 5 weeks old, I was placed in a cardboard box and tossed out of a car, in a parking lot. I was scared but thankfully a Good Samaritan saw what happened and rushed over. When he looked in the box, he saw me sitting there scared. Not knowing how to care for me, he wrapped me in a towel and took me to the local shelter.
I was crying and scared. When we got to the shelter, the staff told my savior that I would be certainly euthanized because I was under the legal adoption age. I looked up at him and he looked at me and we both walked out of the shelter together. Once again, this nice man saved my life.
As I was being loaded up back in the car, a lady came by and asked if I needed a new home. The nice man explained that he wanted to help me but he did not know how to care for a kitten this small. Well it turns out that the lady was with a rescue and she wanted to help! She overheard everything that was going on and decided she was going to be my foster mom.
When I got to my new home, I was given a bath, flea treatment since I was infested, warm milk & food, a cozy warm bed and a new friend who was also just recently rescued.
As time went on, my foster mom noticed something was not right with my teeth. She took my to the vet and I was diagnosed with a form of Stomatitis (autoimmune problem) where my gums are allergic to the dentin in my teeth. I was in so much pain that I was acting out because of it. The rescue and the vet decided the best coarse of action to have a pain free life, was to remove all of my teeth except for my K9’s.
I finally was without pain! It was a rough recovery but now I am feeling amazing. I eat like a normal cat and no one even knows that I only have 4 teeth.
Today, I am a very spunky, out going guy. I love to sleep with my foster mom and night, and play with my foster brothers and sisters. I also love watching the birds outside from the window.
I am neutered; micro chipped, vaccinated, combo tested (neg/neg) and potty trained. I dog great with dogs and with other male cats (I am a bit bossy with females). I also would not mind being the only kitty in the house.

If you are interested in me, please feel free to fill out an application. I cant wait to meet you.

About Foreverhome Pet Rescue South

About Our Rescue Group...

Founded in 2005 by long-time animal rescue volunteers, Foreverhome Pet Rescue's goal has been to provide care and compassion for the homeless and abused animals of the Los Angeles area, while working to place them in loving adoptive homes through a network of volunteer foster homes.

FHPR South is a private, not-for-profit organization that operates solely on private donations and volunteer efforts, we are not a shelter.

We can only adopt to homes in the Southern California area.

We are always in need of donations, to donate please go to our website and click on the PayPal donate button.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Come Meet Our Pets...

We have adoption events at:

Unleashed by Petco
600 Redondo Ave (between 6th & 7th St)
Long Beach, CA 90814

Saturday 11:30am - 3:00pm
Sunday 12:30pm - 3:00pm

Not all animals are at adoptions due to limited space. If you come to adoptions without prior contact to set up a meet and greet, the animal you are interested in may not be there. If you are interested in any of them please go to our website and follow our adoption process.

Please do not contact Unleashed about adoptions.
Unleashed personnel are not aware of current pet availability.

Our Adoption Process...

Our adoption process requires that an application be filled out and submitted via our website.
The application will then be submitted to the Board of Directors for review to determine whether or not your application represents the best situation for the pet you applied to adopt.
If the Board of Directors approves your application, you will be notified to set up a meet & greet with animal you are interested in. If adopting, you will be asked to sign an adoption contract and pay the tax deductible donation. We can only adopt to homes in the Southern California area.