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My name is Newman!
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BCS Spay
Adoption process
1.

Meet the Pet

2.

Submit Application

3.

Sign Adoption Contract

4.

Pay Fee

5.

Take the Pet Home

1.

Meet the Pet

2.

Submit Application

3.

Sign Adoption Contract

4.

Pay Fee

5.

Take the Pet Home

Adoption application
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Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Orange or Red (Mostly)
Age
8 years 11 months old, Adult
Sex
Male
Pet ID
29251066
Hair Length
short

My info

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

My story

Newman needs a special foster or forever home. He suffered nerve damage when an injury led to his tail being amputated. Before we realized the full extent of his injuries, he was adopted and returned twice for leaking urine. Since then he has needed help in the potty department. He can urinate some but needs his bladder expressed to empty it twice a day. Not clear if he has any control over when he pees or poops. He has been at a vet clinic for over a month because he needs a new foster home and even the staff at the vet clinic was having a hard time expressing his bladder. We have him on a new medicine regime that is making it much easier to express his bladder. Now he wants out of jail into a home of his own. He is available to foster (vet care and supplies provided), foster-to-adopt (so you can make sure it works out before committing to forever). His special food is provided as well. A large bathroom with a window might be ideal in case he has any accidents, and to make sure he eats his special food if you have other pets. Someone with vet tech experience or who has had a cat needing its bladder expressed would be ideal, but the vet clinic can teach you if you have not expressed a bladder before. We will cover boarding him again if you need to go out of town but your schedule should permit twice a day bladder expressions without forgetting to do them. If you might be up to the task, please email BCSSpayDay@gmail.com. Newman is a sweet fella and worth the extra care he needs.
Newman needs a special foster or forever home. He suffered nerve damage when an injury led to his tail being amputated. Before we realized the full extent of his injuries, he was adopted and returned twice for leaking urine. Since then he has needed help in the potty department. He can urinate some but needs his bladder expressed to empty it twice a day. Not clear if he has any control over when he pees or poops. He has been at a vet clinic for over a month because he needs a new foster home and even the staff at the vet clinic was having a hard time expressing his bladder. We have him on a new medicine regime that is making it much easier to express his bladder. Now he wants out of jail into a home of his own. He is available to foster (vet care and supplies provided), foster-to-adopt (so you can make sure it works out before committing to forever). His special food is provided as well. A large bathroom with a window might be ideal in case he has any accidents, and to make sure he eats his special food if you have other pets. Someone with vet tech experience or who has had a cat needing its bladder expressed would be ideal, but the vet clinic can teach you if you have not expressed a bladder before. We will cover boarding him again if you need to go out of town but your schedule should permit twice a day bladder expressions without forgetting to do them. If you might be up to the task, please email BCSSpayDay@gmail.com. Newman is a sweet fella and worth the extra care he needs.
Rescue

BCS Spay

Contact info
Rescue
BCS Spay
Pet ID
29251066
Contact
Address
College Station, TX 77842
Donation

Their adoption process

1.

Meet the Pet

Email BCSSpayDay@gmail.com or message BCS Spay on Facebook for help picking the right cat. Meet cats 2-5pm Saturday College Station Petsmart

2.

Submit Application

Tell us about your living situation (cats, dogs, kids?) & what you are looking for in a cat or kitten so we can help you find the best match

3.

Sign Adoption Contract

Must agree to keep the cat indoors and return the cat to us (not a shelter) if unable to keep it an any point in the future.

4.

Pay Fee

Our usual adoption fees are $80 for kittens under 6 months, $60 for kittens 6 months to a year old, and $40 for adult cats. Spayed/neutered.

5.

Take the Pet Home

We can meet you at the College Station Petsmart on University Ave. We usually include free nail clippers and Cat Dancer toy.

Additional adoption info

Email us at BCSSpayDay@gmail.com for an adoption application. You must have permission from your landlord if renting. Any other pets must be spayed/neutered and up to date on their shots. You must plan to keep the cat indoors. Once your application is approved (usually within a few days), we will help you pick a cat or kitten that fits what you are looking for and meet to complete the adoption. Or visit our adoption events 2-5pm most Saturdays at the College Station Petsmart on University Ave (back by the cat litter). The adoption contract requires you to return the cat to us if you are ever unable to keep him/her for any reason. Adoption fees range from $40-80 (cash, check to BCS Spay, credit/debit card or PayPal). Cats and kittens have been spayed/neutered, microchipped for identification, and are up to date on their shots (FVRCP and rabies).
Email us at BCSSpayDay@gmail.com for an adoption application. You must have permission from your landlord if renting. Any other pets must be spayed/neutered and up to date on their shots. You must plan to keep the cat indoors. Once your application is approved (usually within a few days), we will help you pick a cat or kitten that fits what you are looking for and meet to complete the adoption. Or visit our adoption events 2-5pm most Saturdays at the College Station Petsmart on University Ave (back by the cat litter). The adoption contract requires you to return the cat to us if you are ever unable to keep him/her for any reason. Adoption fees range from $40-80 (cash, check to BCS Spay, credit/debit card or PayPal). Cats and kittens have been spayed/neutered, microchipped for identification, and are up to date on their shots (FVRCP and rabies).

Go meet their pets

Adoption events are held 2-5pm most Saturdays at the College Station Petsmart on University (back by the cat litter). Visit our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/BCSSpayNeuter for additional pictures and videos of available cats. Our cats live in foster homes during the week so we know about their purrsonalities to help you make the best match.
Adoption events are held 2-5pm most Saturdays at the College Station Petsmart on University (back by the cat litter). Visit our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/BCSSpayNeuter for additional pictures and videos of available cats. Our cats live in foster homes during the week so we know about their purrsonalities to help you make the best match.

More about this rescue

We target companion animals least likely to be spayed/neutered - stray cats - and help them get fixed so they do not contribute to pet overpopulation. Sometimes some of the cats we help cannot safely be returned to where they were found - for example they are sick or injured or multiple cats have been run over in the area. We rescue these cats, get them well, and find them safe, indoor homes. We rely on private donations and adoption fees to fund our program. We almost always spend more on vet care than the adoption fees we charge.
We target companion animals least likely to be spayed/neutered - stray cats - and help them get fixed so they do not contribute to pet overpopulation. Sometimes some of the cats we help cannot safely be returned to where they were found - for example they are sick or injured or multiple cats have been run over in the area. We rescue these cats, get them well, and find them safe, indoor homes. We rely on private donations and adoption fees to fund our program. We almost always spend more on vet care than the adoption fees we charge.