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My name is ESMERALDA!
I'm being cared for by
Hopewell Humane Society

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Gray, Blue or Silver Tabby
Age
Adult
Sex
Female
Pet ID
18-325
Hair Length
short

My info

Small blue checkmark Needs experienced adopter
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Has special needs

My story

SPECIAL NEED: BLIND This poor kitty was found abandoned in the middle of a busy road. She was badly frightened. Luckily a good samaritan stopped traffic and rescued her. She may be able to see some light. She is a bit shy and scared--you would have to let her get used to her. She will need to be confined for a while so she learns her way around -- she need to find her food, water and litter box. Of course, she MUST be an inside cat.
SPECIAL NEED: BLIND This poor kitty was found abandoned in the middle of a busy road. She was badly frightened. Luckily a good samaritan stopped traffic and rescued her. She may be able to see some light. She is a bit shy and scared--you would have to let her get used to her. She will need to be confined for a while so she learns her way around -- she need to find her food, water and litter box. Of course, she MUST be an inside cat.
Rescue

Hopewell Humane Society

Contact info
Pet ID
18-325
Contact
Website
Address
Hopewll, VA 23860
Donation

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

We talk to all prospective adopters. Anyone interested in adopting is asked to fill out an applicaiton information sheet. We check vet references, etc. If the prospective adopter is a renter, we verify that a pet is permitted. When approved, the adoption fee is $90; an adoption contract is completed. Prior to adoption all our animals are spayed or neutered. Each cat/kitten has been tested for aids and leukemia. All are treated for fleas, wormed and given all appropriate shots.
We talk to all prospective adopters. Anyone interested in adopting is asked to fill out an applicaiton information sheet. We check vet references, etc. If the prospective adopter is a renter, we verify that a pet is permitted. When approved, the adoption fee is $90; an adoption contract is completed. Prior to adoption all our animals are spayed or neutered. Each cat/kitten has been tested for aids and leukemia. All are treated for fleas, wormed and given all appropriate shots.

Go meet their pets

Come see the animals at our shelter at 3412 Oaklawn Blvd. Also we house cats/kittens at PetSmart on CarMia Way off Midlothian TurnPike in Chesterfield County (near Chesterfield Town Center) 24/7. We have someone at the center from approximately 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. each Saturday. If you see an animal there at someother time, there are phone numbers listed their for contact with volunteers for adoption apts.
Come see the animals at our shelter at 3412 Oaklawn Blvd. Also we house cats/kittens at PetSmart on CarMia Way off Midlothian TurnPike in Chesterfield County (near Chesterfield Town Center) 24/7. We have someone at the center from approximately 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. each Saturday. If you see an animal there at someother time, there are phone numbers listed their for contact with volunteers for adoption apts.

More about this rescue

HHS is a small non-profit organization supported by donations (receive no tax monies). We are the only group in the area that actually has a faciltiy to house animals. We have been in the area since the 1960s. We are made up of volunteers and no one on the board is paid--it is all volunteer. We have a small staff that works 5 hours a day to clean and do basic care for the animals. Everything else is performed by volunteers (Anyone wanting to volunteer, please contact us. We would love to have you.) Our goal is to help the unwanted and abandoned animals. Want to give the animals the best care possible. By hve everying spayed/neutered, our goal is to decrease the numbers of animals that are euthanized each year.
HHS is a small non-profit organization supported by donations (receive no tax monies). We are the only group in the area that actually has a faciltiy to house animals. We have been in the area since the 1960s. We are made up of volunteers and no one on the board is paid--it is all volunteer. We have a small staff that works 5 hours a day to clean and do basic care for the animals. Everything else is performed by volunteers (Anyone wanting to volunteer, please contact us. We would love to have you.) Our goal is to help the unwanted and abandoned animals. Want to give the animals the best care possible. By hve everying spayed/neutered, our goal is to decrease the numbers of animals that are euthanized each year.