already neutered, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
G Cracker's Info...
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
G Cracker's Story...
G Cracker's Story...
G Cracker is a gorgeous black cat. He was one of 5 kittens rescued from Erie Station Road in Henrietta in May/June 2011.G Cracker is a big love bug. He loves to be picked up and petted. He also has to supervise his foster Mom each morning as she gets ready for work. He actually sits on a shelf in the bathroom every morning to oversee her activities. G Cracker gets along great with other cats and is very playful. He will do best in a home with another cat and will be fine with children who are older (10 and up). G Cracker has been neutered, combo-tested, and received all age-appropriate vaccinations. His adoption fee is $25.
Founded to provide families in crisis- foreclosure, illness, loss of income, military deployment - alternative options for pets other than abandoning or placing the pet in kill shelters, and to help cats "abandoned" due to owner's death. Family pets will be fostered, for a nominal monthly fee, until the family can once again care for the pet(s). For cats left due to owner's death, a new, permanent home will be found. All cats will be spayed/neutered, combo-tested, and receive age-appropriate vaccinations.
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PetSmart on West Ridge Road in Greece, NY every other Sunday from 1-4 pm. And, by appointment.
Our Adoption Process...
Kittens 0-6 months - $130, Kittens/Cats 7 months - 6 years - $65, Cats 7 years and older - $25
All potential adopters will be required to complete an adoption application and be approved (including vet checks and pet approval from landlord if renting), as well as signing an adoption agreement outlining our rescue's rules prior to taking possession of the pet.
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