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My name is Titan!
I'm being cared for by
Feline Network Rescue
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Approve Application

3.

Meet the Pet

4.

Pay Fee

5.

Sign Adoption Contract

6.

Take the Pet Home

1.

Submit Application

2.

Approve Application

3.

Meet the Pet

4.

Pay Fee

5.

Sign Adoption Contract

6.

Take the Pet Home

Adoption application
Apply to Adopt

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Black (All)
Age
3 years 7 months old, Adult
Sex
Male
Pet ID
ps_19980077
Hair Length

My info

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

My story

Adopt two beautiful but somewhat skittish cats that deserve a loving home together for the price of one! Just need to recopu our vet expenses! Never mind our years worth of food and litter!  But love paid for that! Titan and Ying! No children,dogs, smokers, rough personalities or people who remember Lawerance Welk. 



Titan is a gloriously  large handsome black panther with a touch of white on his chest ,who provides comical relief in his foster home! Titan is in the process of learning to trust people and will freely roam around the cat room, rub up against his foster's legs and talk to her but as soon as she might try to touch him....zoom! off the the side of the room!  (3/2/22 update)  Titan is allowing full body petting on his terms.  He is sooooo sweet. Not a mean bone in his body!!! He needs to be moved to a bedroom setting where he can adjust to being around a person 8 hours a night and learn to bond!!!!! He has been picked up twice now ( in total shock) and that lasts 10 seconds before he Must get back done.  His large  and heavy body of maybe 15 pounds encourages cooperating with his request!



Titan was born to a feral mother and taken to the animal shelter by the people whose property he was on,.  He and his siblings were NOT social at the time and the anmial shelter called FNR to ask if we would take them to prevent euthanasia.  Both his siblings have finally tamed up and have been adopted.  Owners are thrilled with them and we hope the same for Titan!  His  potential is infinite and since he looks like a big black panther , he will grace your home with feline ambiance!



Titan peers under the door of our "cat room" to chirp and request  food.  His face can be seen peering under the gap and his friend , Ying, a GORGEOUS Mainecoon  copies him but hisses instead of chirps! These two  beauties LOVE< LOVE < LOVE  each other and we will  reduce our adption fee, two for one fee, if you are  willing  to  adopt them together to keep them happy together!



Ying is a  "to DIE FOR" fluffy big "caught in a warp zone" semi feral who needs more one on one while safe with his buddy Titan. If he weren't  skittish and hissy, we would have had him adopted 20 times.  He is NOT dangerous.  He will NOT come after anyone, but will retreat and hide if feeling threatened,  A home with no children, dogs, smokers or rough personalities is needed for these soul mates.


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Adopt two beautiful but somewhat skittish cats that deserve a loving home together for the price of one! Just need to recopu our vet expenses! Never mind our years worth of food and litter!  But love paid for that! Titan and Ying! No children,dogs, smokers, rough personalities or people who remember Lawerance Welk. 



Titan is a gloriously  large handsome black panther with a touch of white on his chest ,who provides comical relief in his foster home! Titan is in the process of learning to trust people and will freely roam around the cat room, rub up against his foster's legs and talk to her but as soon as she might try to touch him....zoom! off the the side of the room!  (3/2/22 update)  Titan is allowing full body petting on his terms.  He is sooooo sweet. Not a mean bone in his body!!! He needs to be moved to a bedroom setting where he can adjust to being around a person 8 hours a night and learn to bond!!!!! He has been picked up twice now ( in total shock) and that lasts 10 seconds before he Must get back done.  His large  and heavy body of maybe 15 pounds encourages cooperating with his request!



Titan was born to a feral mother and taken to the animal shelter by the people whose property he was on,.  He and his siblings were NOT social at the time and the anmial shelter called FNR to ask if we would take them to prevent euthanasia.  Both his siblings have finally tamed up and have been adopted.  Owners are thrilled with them and we hope the same for Titan!  His  potential is infinite and since he looks like a big black panther , he will grace your home with feline ambiance!



Titan peers under the door of our "cat room" to chirp and request  food.  His face can be seen peering under the gap and his friend , Ying, a GORGEOUS Mainecoon  copies him but hisses instead of chirps! These two  beauties LOVE< LOVE < LOVE  each other and we will  reduce our adption fee, two for one fee, if you are  willing  to  adopt them together to keep them happy together!



Ying is a  "to DIE FOR" fluffy big "caught in a warp zone" semi feral who needs more one on one while safe with his buddy Titan. If he weren't  skittish and hissy, we would have had him adopted 20 times.  He is NOT dangerous.  He will NOT come after anyone, but will retreat and hide if feeling threatened,  A home with no children, dogs, smokers or rough personalities is needed for these soul mates.


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Rescue

Feline Network Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
ps_19980077
Contact
Phone
Address
Mooresvillle, NC 28117
Donation

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

2.

Approve Application

3.

Meet the Pet

Meet the pet & speak face to face with adopters.

4.

Pay Fee

5.

Sign Adoption Contract

6.

Take the Pet Home

Additional adoption info

We do contact landlords if potential adopter is renting and we also complete vet checks. If your pet is NOT spayed or neutered, please explain why not. Current pets must be up to date on core vaccines, rabies and dogs must be on heartworm preventative.
We do contact landlords if potential adopter is renting and we also complete vet checks. If your pet is NOT spayed or neutered, please explain why not. Current pets must be up to date on core vaccines, rabies and dogs must be on heartworm preventative.

Go meet their pets

Our pets can be seen upon request at their foster home once your application is approved. We do adotpion events at the Mooresville Petco 1-2 Saturdays a month. Call the store for availability.
Our pets can be seen upon request at their foster home once your application is approved. We do adotpion events at the Mooresville Petco 1-2 Saturdays a month. Call the store for availability.

More about this rescue

Started in 2003 Feline Network Rescue INC is a 501C3 charity originally located in Northern VA but relocated to the Greater Charlotte NC in 2019. Feline Network Rescue, has been monumentally instrumental in trap, neuter and return of ferals and has found homes for hundreds of cats over the years who were stray, abandoned or living on their own in the wild. The mission now continues in North Carolina. A partnership was formed with Faithful Friends Animal Rescue, and then a grant was provided to them. With that over 700 cats were TNR'd by Barbara and one other amazing woman in 14 months. Feline Network Rescue does NOT have a shelter, but utilizes foster homes of wonderful volunteers that dedicate their time and energy to provide a natural home setting to our rescued kitties... We have NO paid staff, depend on donations and the generosity of our volunteers, friends and adopters to keep our program going strong. Our success depends on not only the love for cat rescue and generosity of volunteers, but also the community who see the results of our work and realize that our passion to help homeless cats and kittens will "make a difference... one rescue at a time."
Started in 2003 Feline Network Rescue INC is a 501C3 charity originally located in Northern VA but relocated to the Greater Charlotte NC in 2019. Feline Network Rescue, has been monumentally instrumental in trap, neuter and return of ferals and has found homes for hundreds of cats over the years who were stray, abandoned or living on their own in the wild. The mission now continues in North Carolina. A partnership was formed with Faithful Friends Animal Rescue, and then a grant was provided to them. With that over 700 cats were TNR'd by Barbara and one other amazing woman in 14 months. Feline Network Rescue does NOT have a shelter, but utilizes foster homes of wonderful volunteers that dedicate their time and energy to provide a natural home setting to our rescued kitties... We have NO paid staff, depend on donations and the generosity of our volunteers, friends and adopters to keep our program going strong. Our success depends on not only the love for cat rescue and generosity of volunteers, but also the community who see the results of our work and realize that our passion to help homeless cats and kittens will "make a difference... one rescue at a time."