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My name is Roxy (Chesire Cat)!

I'm being cared for by
Joy Animal Rescue Mission Inc

Facts about me

Domestic Shorthair
Gray, Blue or Silver Tabby
6 years old, Young
Pet ID
Hair Length

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with cats
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Roxy is a loving sweet female silver/brown mackerel tabby cat with bright yellow eyes and a little dark mouth. Her lip stick. Ha!

Roxy likes to be held and petted. She could really blossom if she could be with someone who will give her some special attention….. help her feel wanted. She gets along with other cats at the rescue. Other than these few good cat traits, we, at the rescue, don’t know if Roxy would be good with kids or dogs.

If you can’t adopt….please consider fostering this beautiful girl so she can have a chance at life in your home.

Contact Joy’s Animal Rescue for information or questions.

Joy Animal Rescue Mission Inc

Contact info
Pet ID
P.O. Box 352, Maize, KS 67101

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

We have an adoption contract that is filled out by all prospective adopters. We then do a vet check to make sure all animals currently and in the past were kept up on their shots. We then charge an $85 adoption fee for cats. The fees include the spay or neuter. If the pet has not been spayed or neutered prior to going home there is a $50 hold that is returned upon confirmation of the spay or neuter. And a contract is signed with the rescue.

Go meet their pets

Currently we do adoptions out of the Petco located in New Market Square in Wichita Kansas. We currently house cats in their adoption section at the front of the store. We also place pictures on our Facebook page.

More about this rescue

Our group was started to help animals find there forever homes. Most of our animals are in foster homes where they get more attention than in a shelter. Our rescue was started by a group of volunteers that wanted to make a difference in the unwanted pet population.