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My name is Amelia!
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Stray Cat Alliance
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Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
White
Age
Adult
Sex
Female
Pet ID
SCAL-A-12574
Hair Length

My info

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My story

We rescued Amelia from the shelter in February because she is unable to use her back legs fully. She is happy and sweet and very affectionate. She chirps all the time and is very loving. She's also extremely beautiful. She has a lot of personality and is a very fun cat.

She is gaining more strength in her back legs and can take a few steps at a time now. She is incontinent so she has accidents but can sometimes use a litter box. We don't know why she became injured like this and she has had many tests and has seen a few vets who can't figure out exactly what's wrong. She is having an MRI soon which will hopefully tell us more. She is adapting very well and making progress. She needs a very special and patient foster or adopter who can help her live her best life.

She doesn't seem to like other cats so she would do best as the only pet in the home.
We rescued Amelia from the shelter in February because she is unable to use her back legs fully. She is happy and sweet and very affectionate. She chirps all the time and is very loving. She's also extremely beautiful. She has a lot of personality and is a very fun cat.

She is gaining more strength in her back legs and can take a few steps at a time now. She is incontinent so she has accidents but can sometimes use a litter box. We don't know why she became injured like this and she has had many tests and has seen a few vets who can't figure out exactly what's wrong. She is having an MRI soon which will hopefully tell us more. She is adapting very well and making progress. She needs a very special and patient foster or adopter who can help her live her best life.

She doesn't seem to like other cats so she would do best as the only pet in the home.
Rescue

Stray Cat Alliance

Contact info
Pet ID
SCAL-A-12574
Contact
Phone
Address
Los Angeles, CA 90066

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

2.

Approve Application

3.

Meet the Pet

Additional adoption info

Our cats are spayed/neutered, vaccinated with FVRCP, microchipped, tested for FeLV, dewormed, and flea treated. If you are interested in adopting, please fill-out our adoption application on our website: https://straycatalliance.org/. Once we receive your application, you will be contacted by our Adoptions Team. We know you may have more questions about the specific cats you’re interested in, and we’ll be happy to answer your questions when we talk to you on the phone. Our adoption fee is $125 per cat or kitten.
Our cats are spayed/neutered, vaccinated with FVRCP, microchipped, tested for FeLV, dewormed, and flea treated. If you are interested in adopting, please fill-out our adoption application on our website: https://straycatalliance.org/. Once we receive your application, you will be contacted by our Adoptions Team. We know you may have more questions about the specific cats you’re interested in, and we’ll be happy to answer your questions when we talk to you on the phone. Our adoption fee is $125 per cat or kitten.

Go meet their pets

Due to COVID-19, we are not currently holding in-person adoption events. Most of our cats are in foster homes and we are doing virtual meet-and-greets with them. We also have adoptable cats at our two partner cat cafes – CatCafe Lounge (https://www.catcafelounge.com/) in West Los Angeles and Cat Therapy (https://www.cattherapysb.com/) in Santa Barbara. You can make a reservation on their websites, or we can arrange a meeting by appointment once you have filled-out our application and spoken to our team.
Due to COVID-19, we are not currently holding in-person adoption events. Most of our cats are in foster homes and we are doing virtual meet-and-greets with them. We also have adoptable cats at our two partner cat cafes – CatCafe Lounge (https://www.catcafelounge.com/) in West Los Angeles and Cat Therapy (https://www.cattherapysb.com/) in Santa Barbara. You can make a reservation on their websites, or we can arrange a meeting by appointment once you have filled-out our application and spoken to our team.

More about this rescue

Stray Cat Alliance is a non-profit organization focused on educating and empowering communities to advocate for every cat’s right to be safe, healthy, and valued. Everyday, our team works to save the helpless lives of kittens and cats by providing: spay/neuter, trap-neuter-return (TNR), adoptions, wellness care, medical care, and community shelter support. Our goals are to: -Eradicate cruelty toward cats through advocacy, rescue, and education. -Find loving forever homes for cats and kittens taken in through all of our programs. -Help shelters transform from executioners to safe havens for cats by implementing SCA’s life-saving policies and procedures. -Educate the community about the plight of free‐roaming cats and empower people to take action to stop population growth through spay and neuter. -Create and sustain a No-Kill Nation by mentoring other communities to become no-kill through our grassroots programs. Stray Cat Alliance envisions a time when all cats are valued and safe whether in homes or communities, and when shelters serve as temporary safe havens.
Stray Cat Alliance is a non-profit organization focused on educating and empowering communities to advocate for every cat’s right to be safe, healthy, and valued. Everyday, our team works to save the helpless lives of kittens and cats by providing: spay/neuter, trap-neuter-return (TNR), adoptions, wellness care, medical care, and community shelter support. Our goals are to: -Eradicate cruelty toward cats through advocacy, rescue, and education. -Find loving forever homes for cats and kittens taken in through all of our programs. -Help shelters transform from executioners to safe havens for cats by implementing SCA’s life-saving policies and procedures. -Educate the community about the plight of free‐roaming cats and empower people to take action to stop population growth through spay and neuter. -Create and sustain a No-Kill Nation by mentoring other communities to become no-kill through our grassroots programs. Stray Cat Alliance envisions a time when all cats are valued and safe whether in homes or communities, and when shelters serve as temporary safe havens.