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My name is Banner!
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Helping Hands 4 Paws

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Mediumhair
Color
Gray or Blue (Mostly)
Age
16 years 7 months old, Senior
Sex
Female
Pet ID
Hair Length
medium

My info

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

My story

Banner has heard age is just a number, and this special senior girl still gets the zoomies and will run up and down the steps at her foster mom's house. Yet, she loves to stop for a good brushing and chin rub.

She was surrendered to the rescue just before the pandemic when the only family she had ever known moved and didn't want to take her with them. Sadly, a week after rescue Banner suffered a suspected stroke. Yet, this girl is a survivor and Banner has recovered 99% from the stroke, with only very minor residual vision loss.
Her bloodwork at her last check up came back perfect.

Banner loves people of all kinds, and even willingly shares her space with other cats of different ages. She would love to be someone's constant companion but would even do good in a home with a low-key cat friendly dog or another cat or two as long as they were laid back and liked their own space just like Banner does.

HH4P is looking to find a forever home or long-term foster for Banner as her current foster has other cats, and Banner deserves a home full of undivided attention to relax in. Expenses would be covered by the rescue for her foster.

The adoption fee for Banner is $100, and she is spayed, up-to-date on shots, Felv/FIV tested, and litter box trained. Inquire about Banner & our adoption process here via Adopt-a-Pet, email catsofhpps@gmail.com, or text 336-891-2287.
Banner has heard age is just a number, and this special senior girl still gets the zoomies and will run up and down the steps at her foster mom's house. Yet, she loves to stop for a good brushing and chin rub.

She was surrendered to the rescue just before the pandemic when the only family she had ever known moved and didn't want to take her with them. Sadly, a week after rescue Banner suffered a suspected stroke. Yet, this girl is a survivor and Banner has recovered 99% from the stroke, with only very minor residual vision loss.
Her bloodwork at her last check up came back perfect.

Banner loves people of all kinds, and even willingly shares her space with other cats of different ages. She would love to be someone's constant companion but would even do good in a home with a low-key cat friendly dog or another cat or two as long as they were laid back and liked their own space just like Banner does.

HH4P is looking to find a forever home or long-term foster for Banner as her current foster has other cats, and Banner deserves a home full of undivided attention to relax in. Expenses would be covered by the rescue for her foster.

The adoption fee for Banner is $100, and she is spayed, up-to-date on shots, Felv/FIV tested, and litter box trained. Inquire about Banner & our adoption process here via Adopt-a-Pet, email catsofhpps@gmail.com, or text 336-891-2287.
Rescue

Helping Hands 4 Paws

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Website
Address
Winston Salem, NC 27103
Donation

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Our adoption fee for cats/kittens is $100 for 1, $150 for 2 cats/kittens, and dogs/puppies is $150.00. We have an application process and require references and vet information.
Our adoption fee for cats/kittens is $100 for 1, $150 for 2 cats/kittens, and dogs/puppies is $150.00. We have an application process and require references and vet information.

Go meet their pets

Monthly Facebook virtual adoption fairs. https://www.facebook.com/HelpingHands4Paws
Monthly Facebook virtual adoption fairs. https://www.facebook.com/HelpingHands4Paws

More about this rescue

We are a no kill organization and all of our animals are in foster homes until they find their forever home. We promote spaying and neutering to help stop the pet overpopulation problem. We help pet parents get their pets spayed and neutered.
We are a no kill organization and all of our animals are in foster homes until they find their forever home. We promote spaying and neutering to help stop the pet overpopulation problem. We help pet parents get their pets spayed and neutered.