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My name is Moo!
I'm being cared for by
Kitten Rescue Life
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Meet the Pet

4.

Approve Application

5.

Sign Adoption Contract

6.

Pay Fee

7.

Take the Pet Home

1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Meet the Pet

4.

Approve Application

5.

Sign Adoption Contract

6.

Pay Fee

7.

Take the Pet Home

Adoption application
Apply to Adopt

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Black & White or Tuxedo
Age
1 year 2 months old, Kitten
Sex
Female
Pet ID
Hair Length
short

My info

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

My story

Moo is a tender little girl! She can be shy with strangers but a he’s so sweet and will love you once she knows you. She is spayed, up to date on vaccines, microchipped, dewormed, and tested for FeLV.
Moo is a tender little girl! She can be shy with strangers but a he’s so sweet and will love you once she knows you. She is spayed, up to date on vaccines, microchipped, dewormed, and tested for FeLV.
Rescue

Kitten Rescue Life

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Phone
Address
oceanside, CA 92056

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

Our adoption questionnaire on our website is the first step to ensuring we find the perfect pet for you!

2.

Interview

We will have one or more phone coversations, depending on if the animal is ready for adoption or available for pre-adoption only.

3.

Meet the Pet

To make sure you end up with the best pet for you, we have you meet them before sending them home. Due to covid we do FaceTime calls

4.

Approve Application

If your app looks good, your interview goes well, and the interaction goes smoothly, you'll be approved for adoption.

5.

Sign Adoption Contract

Once the pet is ready to come home you'll be able to complete the adoption with a contract and payment.

6.

Pay Fee

Almost there! Once your contract is signed and the adoptinon fee is paid you can take your new best friend home.

7.

Take the Pet Home

Now it's time for you to take your new pet home!

Additional adoption info

We like to develop a close relationship with our adopters. Our rescue kittens are like family to us, and so are you! We love getting updates and photos as they grow.
We like to develop a close relationship with our adopters. Our rescue kittens are like family to us, and so are you! We love getting updates and photos as they grow.

More about this rescue

My name is Amanda, I live in Southern California and I own and operate my nonprofit animal rescue, Kitten Rescue Life. I always wanted to make a difference to animals in need. The more I saw and the more I learned, the harder it became to stay uninvolved. Finally in 2017, a colony cat I named Henry ignited a level of inspiration I could no longer ignore. I began fostering and shortly after started coordinating for a local cat rescue. The two years I spent fostering and coordinating gave me a lot of the knowledge and experience I needed in order to properly care for animals and run a 501c3. I mostly work with the young or neonate kitten population and severe medical cases. These underage kittens are at high risk on the streets and in shelters. Motherless kittens won't last long on the streets and in shelters they are at risk of euthanasia. I provide a safe environment for them until they can be adopted into forever homes. I'm experienced in treating sick or fading kittens and I've saved many lives by following practiced rescue protocols. I also have experience socializing and trapping feral kittens. I'm a huge advocate of both TNR (trap, neuter, release) and spay/neuter programs.
My name is Amanda, I live in Southern California and I own and operate my nonprofit animal rescue, Kitten Rescue Life. I always wanted to make a difference to animals in need. The more I saw and the more I learned, the harder it became to stay uninvolved. Finally in 2017, a colony cat I named Henry ignited a level of inspiration I could no longer ignore. I began fostering and shortly after started coordinating for a local cat rescue. The two years I spent fostering and coordinating gave me a lot of the knowledge and experience I needed in order to properly care for animals and run a 501c3. I mostly work with the young or neonate kitten population and severe medical cases. These underage kittens are at high risk on the streets and in shelters. Motherless kittens won't last long on the streets and in shelters they are at risk of euthanasia. I provide a safe environment for them until they can be adopted into forever homes. I'm experienced in treating sick or fading kittens and I've saved many lives by following practiced rescue protocols. I also have experience socializing and trapping feral kittens. I'm a huge advocate of both TNR (trap, neuter, release) and spay/neuter programs.