Adopt

My name is Davey!

Posted over 2 years ago

Adoption process
1

Meet the Pet

2

Submit Application

3

Interview

4

Approve Application

5

Take the Pet Home

My basic info

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Black & White or Tuxedo
Age
3 years 8 months old, Young
Sex
Male
Pet ID
Hair Length
short

My details

Checkmark in teal circle Good with kids
Checkmark in teal circle Good with cats
Checkmark in teal circle Shots current
Checkmark in teal circle Spayed / Neutered

My story

Here's what the humans have to say about me:

Personality: Davey is a quiet cat and is not the type to run up to you and beg for attention. He will wait quietly in the back of the room until you come to him and will allow you to pet him if he decides he likes you enough. He is not one for noise and commotion, so a calm stable home is what he is looking for.
Background and Description: Davey is a gorgeous black/white kitty with white socks on his hind legs and cute white toes on one front paw. Davey has an incredibly silky fur coat that is so much fun to pet! Davey’s mom, Avery, was found in the foster mom’s neighborhood. He and his siblings, Mutt and Rollie have been with their foster mom since birth.
Compatibility:
Dogs- Choose an item. Kids- Choose an item. Cats- Yes

Date of Birth/Age: 9/6/20

If you are interested in meeting me, please contact my rescue family at GNARHouston@gmail.com to arrange a visit with my foster home!
Rescue
Good Neighbors Animal Rescue - Houston

Contact info

Pet ID
Contact
Phone
Address
Houston, TX 77092

Their adoption process

1.

Meet the Pet

send an email to GNARHouston@gmail.com to request a video chat with the foster home to meet the pet

2.

Submit Application

email GNARHouston@gmail.com to request that we send you a pdf of the application to fill out and email back to GNAR

3.

Interview

a volunteer will contact you

4.

Approve Application

Receive an email with your approval and instructions

5.

Take the Pet Home

Meet at a Pet Store for to pick up your new pet from the foster home

Additional adoption info

It is our policy to respect the privacy of everyone we work with, thus we do not, for any reason, share personal information of potential adopters or sponsors. Also, because we believe there can be a variety of great home situations for these animals, we inquire only as to the compatibility of the home and the animal, and do not ask for character references of any kind. We ask these questions only to assure the best possible outcome for both animal and adopter.

More about this rescue

Good Neighbors Animal Rescue's mission is to facilitate the resolution of animal issues in Fort Worth and Houston, Texas. We want to prevent our community pets from ending up as a statistic at the shelter. We don't pull animals from shelters. We help people who find strays, who are good enough to take them in, but then need to know what to do next. We are there for owners who need to re-home their pets but don't want the impersonal and unknown outcomes of a kill shelter. We trap feral kitties that live in the alleys and re-home those that tame up, and take tame porch cats to get vaccinated. We assist people who have accidental litters and need help spaying and neutering, vaccinating, and finding safe, responsible homes for them, and help make sure that the offspring don't have offspring of their own!



GNAR IS ALL VOLUNTEER RUN AND DONATION BASED. That means that very nearly 100% of all donations go directly to the animals for vet care, spays and neuters, medicine, food and litter. Once in a while we may buy a ream of paper to print flyers or something for our adoption event table, but even that is usually donated by volunteers, foster homes and other donors.



GNAR's methods are to promote and facilitate fostering, spaying, neutering, adopting, and vaccinating, and to spread out the financial burden of the big-hearted among all of us who want to help.



Overpopulation and lack of enforcement of spay and neuter laws in the South mean that thousands upon thousands of pets are euthanized in shelters that come from your own community. If each person in America took in just one animal, we could solve the problem instantly. The answer is fostering, adopting, spaying and neutering rather than buying from breeders or from people who let their own pets have litters. Pets also suffer and die on the streets from lack of food, shelter, and medicine. Taking them in is the first step in stopping the cycle and preventing the next generation from suffering the same fate. So many diseases are 100% preventable with just one $10 vaccine. It is a needless tragedy each time one dies from feline leukemia, canine parvo, or kennel cough. Low cost vet clinics such as TCAP, Spay Neuter Network and other walk in service organizations are available throughout the Dallas Fort Worth area and people need to pass it on!