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My name is Alicia!
I'm being cared for by
Homeless Animal Rescue Team

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Tortoiseshell
Age
Adult
Sex
Female
Pet ID
Hair Length
short

My info

Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Alicia is very sweet she has a sister that looks like her Ms New Jersey and a brother that looks like a Russian blue. If you looking for two please consider one of her siblings.
Alicia is very sweet she has a sister that looks like her Ms New Jersey and a brother that looks like a Russian blue. If you looking for two please consider one of her siblings.
Rescue

Homeless Animal Rescue Team

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Phone
Address
Cranford/Rartian, NJ 07016
Donation

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Our Adoption Priorities We feel that each cat has their own unique personality, as do people. So when we look for a prospective home for these cats, the needs of each cat are considered. With that in mind we try very hard to match the home and family with that particular cat. These cats have already had enough trauma in their lives, so by doing this we hope to ensure that it will be a forever home. Adoption Procedures & Application Information (Please go to our webiste : www.hart.rescuegroup.org) We must have a written copy of this on file. We will contact you as quickly as possible. Please keep in mind we all have full time jobs, so this may take up to a week to process.We also require a current or past vet reference as part of our adoption process. If you have any questions please email us at hartrescue213@yahoo.com Adoption Fees Our adoption fee is $90.00 and up. All of our cats/kittens are current on vaccines, FeLV/FIV tested. If old enough, spayed or neutered. The adoption fee goes back into the rescue fund so we can save more lives.
Our Adoption Priorities We feel that each cat has their own unique personality, as do people. So when we look for a prospective home for these cats, the needs of each cat are considered. With that in mind we try very hard to match the home and family with that particular cat. These cats have already had enough trauma in their lives, so by doing this we hope to ensure that it will be a forever home. Adoption Procedures & Application Information (Please go to our webiste : www.hart.rescuegroup.org) We must have a written copy of this on file. We will contact you as quickly as possible. Please keep in mind we all have full time jobs, so this may take up to a week to process.We also require a current or past vet reference as part of our adoption process. If you have any questions please email us at hartrescue213@yahoo.com Adoption Fees Our adoption fee is $90.00 and up. All of our cats/kittens are current on vaccines, FeLV/FIV tested. If old enough, spayed or neutered. The adoption fee goes back into the rescue fund so we can save more lives.

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For more information on our adoption event please email for information @ hartrescue213@yahoo.
For more information on our adoption event please email for information @ hartrescue213@yahoo.

More about this rescue

H.A.R.T. was formed in June of 2002; we are a non-profit, tax-exempt 501(c)(3) animal rescue organization. All of our members have previous experience in rescuing and have fostered numerous animals. Because we all have similar thoughts and philosophies about rescuing, we have joined together to increase our opportunities to help animals in need. Like other rescue groups, we find homes for many abandoned cats. We are not a shelter; we foster our cats in our homes until we can find a permanent home for them. We are small group of individuals with the same interest in finding long-lasting, loving homes for cats. And like people, cats have personalities, so we try very hard to find a home that best suits each cat's needs. Our first priority is always the safety and well-being of our animals. We try hard to make the adoption experience a positive and life-long commitment between you and your new family member. We want our animals to be in their forever home when they leave our foster care. We take pride in making a good match between the family and the pet they are adopting. Different pets have different requirements, and we want all involved to be happy with any match we make. Education is a very important part of our philosophy. We would like to reduce the number of homeless animals through public awareness of the importance of spaying and neutering your pets.
H.A.R.T. was formed in June of 2002; we are a non-profit, tax-exempt 501(c)(3) animal rescue organization. All of our members have previous experience in rescuing and have fostered numerous animals. Because we all have similar thoughts and philosophies about rescuing, we have joined together to increase our opportunities to help animals in need. Like other rescue groups, we find homes for many abandoned cats. We are not a shelter; we foster our cats in our homes until we can find a permanent home for them. We are small group of individuals with the same interest in finding long-lasting, loving homes for cats. And like people, cats have personalities, so we try very hard to find a home that best suits each cat's needs. Our first priority is always the safety and well-being of our animals. We try hard to make the adoption experience a positive and life-long commitment between you and your new family member. We want our animals to be in their forever home when they leave our foster care. We take pride in making a good match between the family and the pet they are adopting. Different pets have different requirements, and we want all involved to be happy with any match we make. Education is a very important part of our philosophy. We would like to reduce the number of homeless animals through public awareness of the importance of spaying and neutering your pets.