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My name is Romeo!
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St. Louis Pet Rescue

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Mediumhair
Color
Age
13 years 1 month old, Senior
Sex
Male
Pet ID
12043
Hair Length
medium

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Good with cats
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Has special needs

My story

Romeo's estimated DOB is: August, 2009. Looking for an experienced cat owner to be Romeo's special person.

Romeo is a friendly and affectionate guy. He will follow you around from room to room and is very loving. He likes to be in your lap. He has the personality of a Turkish Angora and soft bunny hair. He is the kind of cat that does not hide when there are visitors and comes out to visit. However there are times when he can be kind of a DIVA and lash out when he is done with affection. So small children are not recommended. He is still very playful and loves toys that move, like mice on wheels, little fluff balls etc. He would love to have an owner that would allow him to sleep in bed with them and be on their lap a lot. Romeo lives with big, medium and little dogs, has lived with other cats in the past. He does have a tendency to pick on other cats depending on their personality. Romeo needs to eat wet food at least once a day. Currently he eats Fancy Feast Broths and dry food in the morning. At night he gets a half of a small can of wet food.

Romeo tests positive for FIV. Please don't let his condition scare you away - FIV kitties can lead long, normal and healthy lives simply by being kept indoors, receiving good nutrition and care, and getting annual veterinarian check-ups – all things that every cat should receive. FIV is difficult to transfer to other cats and the primary transmission route is through a deep bite wound. It is not an airborne disease nor is it contagious through shared food dishes, litter boxes or grooming. You can learn more about the FIV virus by going to http://fivcats.com .

Now that Romeo is becoming a senior kitty, he has had some health issues. However they are easily manageable and his foster Mom would be happy to discuss.If you have any questions or would like to meet this pet, please email contact@stlpetrescue.com. Information about the rescue and adoption process can also be found at stlpetrescue.com along with a full listing of our adoptable pets.

Our adoption fees:

Cats range from $125 to $150

Dogs range from $250 to $350

This fee includes: felv/fiv/heartworm testing, worming, flea and ear mite treatments, age appropriate vaccinations, spay/neuter, rabies vaccination, lab work, dental or other medical surgical treatments as deemed necessary by our team of veterinarians and a microchip with free registration.

The adoption process includes an interview, application, adoption contract, which includes a return obligation if adopter is needing to rehome pet. The adoption process may include a home visit.

St. Louis Pet Rescue adopts to the St. Louis Metropolitan area.

Rescue

St. Louis Pet Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
12043
Contact
Address
Valley Park, MO 63088
Donation

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

We ask when you are interested in a pet, you first fill out an adoption application. If your application is approved, you then may meet the pet you would like to adopt. Once you are ready to take your pet home, you will be asked to complete the adoption agreement and pay the adoption fee. Adoption fees for kittens/cats are $75 - $125. Adoption fees for puppies/dogs are $200 - $300.

Go meet their pets

Adoption Events Adoptions are held most weekends at Petco in Fenton and Petsmart in Sunset Hills. You may also arrange to meet a pet outside of adoption event hours.

More about this rescue

St. Louis Pet Rescue is a non-profit rescue group focusing on saving pets from local animal control facilities and other neglect situations. We do not have a facility. All of the pets we rescue are in loving foster homes. Foster homes provide love, care training, and, if needed, rehabilitation to the pets. This also allows the pet to be more adjusted when they enter their forever home since they are used to a home environment (versus a kennel at the pound).