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My name is Embry!

I'm being cared for by
Helping Hands 4 Paws

Facts about me

Domestic Shorthair
Black (All)
2 years 4 months old, Young
Pet ID
Hair Length

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

Embry has grown from a rambunctious little kitten to an adorable, slightly reserved little girl. While she isn't a lap cat, she will be the first to curl up on the couch beside you to nap while you watch tv. Her cute little meow is amplified when it's meal or snack time.

Embry absolutely loves other cats and enjoys running around her foster family's house chasing her brother Quill or the other foster cats her age. She has not lived with dogs but would do well with an easy going cat friendly dog. Because of her slight shyness in new situations, we do recommend Embry be adopted with one of her siblings, another kitten/cat with HH4P, or to a home that already has another young kitten or cat so that she will feel comfortable and flourish. We do offer a reduced rate of $150 for adopting two cats/kittens.

Embry is spayed, microchip, Felv/FIV tested, litter box trained, and up to date on all her vaccinations including rabies. Inquire here via Adoptapet or email for more information about Embry & our adoption process. You can also complete an online application at

Helping Hands 4 Paws

Contact info
Pet ID
Winston Salem, NC 27103

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Our adoption fee for cats/kittens is $100 for 1, $150 for 2 cats/kittens, and dogs/puppies is $150.00. We have an application process and require references and vet information.

Go meet their pets

Monthly Facebook virtual adoption fairs.

More about this rescue

We are a no kill organization and all of our animals are in foster homes until they find their forever home.

We promote spaying and neutering to help stop the pet overpopulation problem. We help pet parents get their pets spayed and neutered.