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My name is Glamorous!
I'm being cared for by
Kayla's Kitties
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

3.

Sign Adoption Contract

4.

Take the Pet Home

1.

Submit Application

2.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

3.

Sign Adoption Contract

4.

Take the Pet Home

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Calico or Dilute Calico
Age
8 years 2 months old, Adult
Sex
Female
Pet ID
Hair Length
short

My info

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

My story

Glam was surrendered to a high kill shelter after her owner was sent to an assisted living facility. She’s very sweet and laidback and just wants to cuddle by you on the couch.
Not dog tested.
Glam was surrendered to a high kill shelter after her owner was sent to an assisted living facility. She’s very sweet and laidback and just wants to cuddle by you on the couch.
Not dog tested.
Rescue

Kayla's Kitties

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Kayla White
Address
Newark, OH 43055
Donation

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

We do check vet and landlord references, so please have this info ready.

2.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

If you haven't yet decided on which cat, once approved, you can schedule to come visit and be matched with the purrfect companion!

3.

Sign Adoption Contract

We will go over the terms & sign the contract. This is when you pay the adoption fee as well (non-negotiable).

4.

Take the Pet Home

Go home and start bonding! :)

Additional adoption info

May take up to 2-3 business days to be approved for adoption.
May take up to 2-3 business days to be approved for adoption.

Go meet their pets

I run the rescue on my personal property; therefore, adopters must be pre-approved for adoption, and then we will schedule a day and time to stop by and meet the babies! Otherwise, I am partnered with PetSmart at Easton Market and PetSmart in Heath, where some of my cats can be viewed. Adoptions through Easton are done on Sunday's between 12:30-2:30PM. Heath adoptions can be scheduled on the spot.
I run the rescue on my personal property; therefore, adopters must be pre-approved for adoption, and then we will schedule a day and time to stop by and meet the babies! Otherwise, I am partnered with PetSmart at Easton Market and PetSmart in Heath, where some of my cats can be viewed. Adoptions through Easton are done on Sunday's between 12:30-2:30PM. Heath adoptions can be scheduled on the spot.

More about this rescue

My mission is to rescue as many lost and stray cats and kittens as I can. To do that, I need help from the community who also want to see a change. I understand that stray cats can be a menace to a neighborhood, so it would be a wonderful thing if we could come together to create the same outcome: getting rid of the madness. Whether it’s trapping, monetary or supply donations, or even fostering, every little thing helps. Below are some ways that you can help. If you or someone you know is interested in helping end (or at least diminish) the stray cat population, please contact me. ~Become a foster! (ask for an application) ~Adopt! (ask for an application) Rescues take in a lot of animals every month, and these animals need lots of care. Any kind of donation will always been highly appreciated and accepted. Here are some things that my cat rescue desperately needs: ~Blankets, towels, bedding, pee pads, etc. ~Litter pans, scoopers, and litter ~Food (adult and kitten, Purina Brand, dry/wet/formula) ~Dawn dish soap and baby wipes And of course, if anyone would like to make financial donations, cash and checks are accepted and can be mailed to 236 Wilson St., Newark, OH., 43055. The primary veterinarian for the rescue is Feeder Creek located at 12575 Lancaster St., NE, Millersport, OH., 43046, and their phone number is (740) 467-2949 (donations may be called in).
My mission is to rescue as many lost and stray cats and kittens as I can. To do that, I need help from the community who also want to see a change. I understand that stray cats can be a menace to a neighborhood, so it would be a wonderful thing if we could come together to create the same outcome: getting rid of the madness. Whether it’s trapping, monetary or supply donations, or even fostering, every little thing helps. Below are some ways that you can help. If you or someone you know is interested in helping end (or at least diminish) the stray cat population, please contact me. ~Become a foster! (ask for an application) ~Adopt! (ask for an application) Rescues take in a lot of animals every month, and these animals need lots of care. Any kind of donation will always been highly appreciated and accepted. Here are some things that my cat rescue desperately needs: ~Blankets, towels, bedding, pee pads, etc. ~Litter pans, scoopers, and litter ~Food (adult and kitten, Purina Brand, dry/wet/formula) ~Dawn dish soap and baby wipes And of course, if anyone would like to make financial donations, cash and checks are accepted and can be mailed to 236 Wilson St., Newark, OH., 43055. The primary veterinarian for the rescue is Feeder Creek located at 12575 Lancaster St., NE, Millersport, OH., 43046, and their phone number is (740) 467-2949 (donations may be called in).