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My name is Yoda [aka Darla]!
I'm being cared for by
Felines & Friends New Mexico
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Sign Adoption Contract

4.

Take the Pet Home

1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Sign Adoption Contract

4.

Take the Pet Home

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Gray or Blue (Mostly)
Age
Adult
Sex
Female
Pet ID
6207694-H-100113-P2
Hair Length
short

My info

Small red x Not good with kids
Small red x Not good with dogs
Small red x Not good with cats
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

HISTORY: YODA was born to a stray in 2013 and rescued by the parents of a F&F volunteer. Originally adopted in January 2014, YODA returned to F&F when her human entered hospice. She has been in foster care since March 2021, where she is learning to trust and be affectionate with other humans.

TEMPERAMENT: YODA is a beautiful (heterochromatic!) and sweet cat. She is very shy and scares easily, so will need a consistently quiet, child-free home where she is the only pet. Her foster mom reports that YODA is the most cat that’s ever cat - she sleeps all day, but gets active around dinner time when she wants to play and receive lots of scratches in exchange for head butts and deep, heavy purring.

We hope to place YODA into her last and forever home with a special adopter willing to be exceedingly patient. If you’re looking for an immediate lap cat or snuggle bug within the first month, YODA is not the right match! But if you believe that all animals deserve loving, safe homes and are willing to give YODA time and consistency, you will be rewarded with the trust and affection of one very personable cat who will reward you in return for endless lazy and happy days of lying in the sun. 

AGE: born approx. 9/20/13 MICROCHIP #: 981020009640622 DATE OF STERILIZATION: 1/15/14  VAX RECORD:  FVRCP: Exp. 1/24/23; Rabies: Exp. 1/24/21FELV/FIV test: 12/13/13; neg   

 

June 24, 2022, 8:24 pm

HISTORY: YODA was born to a stray in 2013 and rescued by the parents of a F&F volunteer. Originally adopted in January 2014, YODA returned to F&F when her human entered hospice. She has been in foster care since March 2021, where she is learning to trust and be affectionate with other humans.

TEMPERAMENT: YODA is a beautiful (heterochromatic!) and sweet cat. She is very shy and scares easily, so will need a consistently quiet, child-free home where she is the only pet. Her foster mom reports that YODA is the most cat that’s ever cat - she sleeps all day, but gets active around dinner time when she wants to play and receive lots of scratches in exchange for head butts and deep, heavy purring.

We hope to place YODA into her last and forever home with a special adopter willing to be exceedingly patient. If you’re looking for an immediate lap cat or snuggle bug within the first month, YODA is not the right match! But if you believe that all animals deserve loving, safe homes and are willing to give YODA time and consistency, you will be rewarded with the trust and affection of one very personable cat who will reward you in return for endless lazy and happy days of lying in the sun. 

AGE: born approx. 9/20/13 MICROCHIP #: 981020009640622 DATE OF STERILIZATION: 1/15/14  VAX RECORD:  FVRCP: Exp. 1/24/23; Rabies: Exp. 1/24/21FELV/FIV test: 12/13/13; neg   

 

June 24, 2022, 8:24 pm
Rescue

Felines & Friends New Mexico

Contact info
Pet ID
6207694-H-100113-P2
Contact
Address
Santa Fe, NM 87501

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Sign Adoption Contract

4.

Take the Pet Home

Additional adoption info

Pre-Adoption Application Adoption Contract $100 adoption fee per cat All cats are FEL/FIV tested, sterilized, vaccinated and microchipped
Pre-Adoption Application Adoption Contract $100 adoption fee per cat All cats are FEL/FIV tested, sterilized, vaccinated and microchipped

Go meet their pets

ADOPTION CENTERS Primary: Petco - 2006 Cerrillos Rd [at St. Michaels], Santa Fe * cats are rotated weekly between foster homes and display * adoption room to visit the cats during regular store hours * playpens are locked if no volunteer in attendance * Adoption Advisors available Thursday through Sunday 1pm-4pm or by appointment Secondary: Teca Tu @ DeVargas Mall 165 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe * meet the special cat who lives at the store until adopted MOBILE ADOPTIONS: * First Saturday of the month at DeVargas Mall 12pm - 3pm * special adoption events around Santa Fe as advertised
ADOPTION CENTERS Primary: Petco - 2006 Cerrillos Rd [at St. Michaels], Santa Fe * cats are rotated weekly between foster homes and display * adoption room to visit the cats during regular store hours * playpens are locked if no volunteer in attendance * Adoption Advisors available Thursday through Sunday 1pm-4pm or by appointment Secondary: Teca Tu @ DeVargas Mall 165 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe * meet the special cat who lives at the store until adopted MOBILE ADOPTIONS: * First Saturday of the month at DeVargas Mall 12pm - 3pm * special adoption events around Santa Fe as advertised

More about this rescue

MISSION STATEMENT To promote kind and humane treatment of all animals. To promote understanding of ownership and care of animals. To promote early spay/neuter of all animals in an effort to reduce the number of unwanted animals euthanized in shelters. To educate the public as to the health and safety benefits of early spay/neuter. To provide low/no cost spay/neuter of cats and dogs. To facilitate Trap/Neuter/Release projects where members of the community are feeding stray animals. To promote the concept that each individual can make a difference.
MISSION STATEMENT To promote kind and humane treatment of all animals. To promote understanding of ownership and care of animals. To promote early spay/neuter of all animals in an effort to reduce the number of unwanted animals euthanized in shelters. To educate the public as to the health and safety benefits of early spay/neuter. To provide low/no cost spay/neuter of cats and dogs. To facilitate Trap/Neuter/Release projects where members of the community are feeding stray animals. To promote the concept that each individual can make a difference.