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My name is Mark Antony!
I'm being cared for by
Almost Home Foundation
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Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair/Domestic Shorthair
Color
Brown or Chocolate
Age
Young
Sex
Male
Pet ID
45984558
Hair Length

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Mark Antony is a handsome guy. He can be chatty at times with his foster family. He enjoys following his foster mom around to see what she is doing and if he can help in any way. He can be a bit shy at first and does warm up for pets. He loves to play with feather toys. He enjoys his cat tower or a soft blanket for his afternoon naps. He will sleep with you at times or hang with you to watch TV.

During the fall he loves to sit by the back door to watch the leaves blow. He does check at times to see if there is anything interesting happening outside.

He is good with other cats and dogs.

For more information, email cats@almosthomefoundation.org or submit an online adoption application: https://www.almosthomefoundation.org/adopt/adopt-a-cat/
Rescue

Almost Home Foundation

Contact info
Pet ID
45984558
Contact
Email
Address
P.O. Box 308, Elk Grove Village, IL 60009

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Please go to www.almosthomefoundation.org to inquire about fees, contracts and requirements.

Adoption application

Go meet their pets

Our adoption shows are every Saturday from 11-3 at PetsMart stores in Schaumburg (1440 E Golf Rd), Streamwood (61 Irving Pk. Rd.), and Bloomingdale (162 S Gary Avenue). We make every effort to have each one of our available animals at a show each weekend. The schedule can be found on our web site www.almosthomefoundation.org under Adopt and is updated the Friday evening prior to the Saturday show.

More about this rescue

We are in need of Foster Homes for our homeless animals!!! Can you help?

What is a Foster Home?
A foster home takes in one of our homeless animals rather than boarding them at the kennel and cares for it until we find a permanent loving home. Almost Home Foundation pays for the all animal's food and medical expenses. The foster home learns the animal's temperament and behaviors. The foster home learns if they get along with other animals. The foster home provides insights on the animals that helps Almost Home Foundation look for the right home for the animal.

Please help!! Just fill out this form and we will contact you or call 630-582-3738 and leave a message letting us know that you are interested in fostering!
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We are an all-volunteer, registered, not-for-profit 501c3 animal rescue group. Our mission is to save adoptable dogs and cats from being destroyed by finding permanent, loving homes. For details, visit us online at www.almosthomefoundation.org.

Almost Home Foundation is always looking for volunteers to handle dogs at adoption shows, set up adoption shows, write for the newsletter, photograph events, or foster animals. For a list of opportunities, visit online at www.volunteermatch.org
or www.almosthomefoundation.org.

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We are a Rescue not a Shelter. This simply means we do not own a building where we house animals. We look for loving foster homes that will give temporary care and love on the animal’s journey to a permanent, loving home. When a foster home is not available, we will board the animal at a boarding kennel.

Our 5-year goal is to have a shelter. This is an aggressive goal that will take many donations and memberships. We will strive for this goal with a great team of volunteers and help from people like you! Please become a member, become a sponsor or make a donation.

Our animals are found strayed and brought in from the police. After being held for 7 days, we evaluate the temperament of the animal and determine if the animal is suitable to be a pet. On rare occasion, we will also rescue animals that are in desperate situations where the rescue makes the difference between life and death. We do not accept Owner Give-ups.