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Domestic Shorthair
Black (All)
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Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Ebony came to us from a hoarding situation in New Jersey along with her sister. She had just given birth. All of her kittens were adopted, but since Ebony had such a rough life prior to coming to us, she is a shy girl. Ebony would love an experienced cat owner home where she will be allowed time to acclimate. Since she is shy, we believe that young children and dogs would not be a good match. Ebony gets along well with other cats though.November 25, 2022, 3:34 am


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Marie DeMarco
PO Box 645, Crompond, NY 10517

Their adoption process

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Must be 21 years of age. Everyone must submit a completed application, undergo a personal interview with all household members present, allow a home visit, provide references (veterinarian plus two personal), and sign a contract at time of adoption.
Adoption fee may vary.

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We show our adoptable animals at Petsmart stores in Westchester County, NY most weekends, but also attend other adoption events at various local venues. Appointments can also be made to visit with our cats in their current foster homes.

More about this rescue

We are a feline only rescue which focuses on medically fragile (bottle babies), critically ill or injured, and special needs kitten populations. We provide medical care, fostering, and love until the kittens and cats are ready for adoption. Our rescue animals are brought to us from the streets, high kill shelters, and other rescues. We believe in lending a voice to these felines in order to provide them with safer and healthier lives. We advocate for better shelter conditions/ management, provide community education, and encourage TNR programs for effective feral cat population control.