I'm being cared for by: The Purr-fect Cat Shelter, Inc.
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Buffy
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
Color: Tiger Striped
already spayed and up to date with shots.
I am already spayed and up to date with shots.
Young adult, spayed female, domestic short hair, brown tiger. Beautiful Buffy with her amazing green eyes has been through a lot in her first year of life. A well intentioned lady picked up Buffy and brought her into her home. She soon discovered that Buffy was pregnant. After giving birth and finding homes for the kittens, she tried to introduce Buffy to her own cat. It was not a good idea because Buffy had not been seen by a Vet nor had she been spayed. The cats did not get along and PCS was called. Buffy has been vetted, spayed and this sweet, gentle lady is now ready to find a quiet, adult home.
A non-profit, no kill, all volunteer humane organization providing care and shelter to homeless cats and kittens with the ultimate goal of finding permanent, loving homes for each cat.
Our Adoption Process...
All Cats and Kittens placed by PCS are:
Spayed or neutered prior to placement Examined by a veterinarian Tested for Feline Leukemia and FIV Dewormed Vaccinated for Feline Distemper Vaccinated for Rabies (if old enough) Microchipped
The adoption fee is $150 which covers a portion of the services that are provided for each animal. .
An adoption counselor will contact you as soon as possible after receipt of the completed form to guide you through the adoption process. Please note, if you subscribe to telephone line blocking which prevents people from calling you without displaying their phone number you will not be able to receive a call from the PCS volunteer. If so, please leave an alternative means of contacting you such as an email address or work phone number, including the best time to reach you.
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