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My name is Phantom!

Posted over 2 years ago

My basic info

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Black (All)
Age
2 years 10 months old, Young
Sex
Female
Pet ID
21-3679
Hair Length
short

My details

Checkmark in teal circle Shots current
Checkmark in teal circle Spayed / Neutered

My story

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

Phantom is a beautiful little black kitty who just loves to be loved and loves to play. She is friends with all. Her favorite game is chasing a feather on a string and her only goal is to capture the string and carry it her prize off. The only other things she really wants is her own forever person.
Shelter
Kootenai Pets for Life, Inc.

Contact info

Pet ID
21-3679
Contact
Address
P.O. Box 1454, Libby, MT 59923
Donation

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Prospective adoptive parents must fill out an application provided by KPFL.
Application is then reviewed by KPFL adoption committee, and all references are checked.
Applicant is then notified of approval or rejection of application.

Go meet their pets

County Shop Road in Libby, MT

More about this shelter

KPFL is a private, non-profit, no-kill volunteer organization operating strictly from donations, fundraising events & volunteer help. We are dedicated to the care of & finding life-long homes for the stray & abandoned pet population of South Lincoln County. KPFL has recently completed their new shelter in Libby, on County Shop Road. Therefore, we pay for food, supplies, vet care and also clean and maintain the shelter twice daily. We currently have a cooperative agreement with Lincoln County Animal Control to provide shelter to all non-aggressive dogs and cats from south Lincoln County until we find new homes for them. Because of space constraints, we also have pets housed in various foster homes throughout the communities of Libby & Troy. In addition to caring for pets we:
Aggressively promote spay/neuter programs and provide spay/neuter certificates.
Work to improve conditions and provide funding for projects at the local shelters and facilities.
Promote adoption of pets into humane and responsible homes.
Work to reduce euthanasia and end the tragedy of pet overpopulation (1370 pets euthanized in Lincoln county in 2000).
Promote responsible pet ownership and humane treatment of pets through education in schools, at area events, to civic groups, through radio, television and newspaper articles.
Help people keep their pets by providing behavior training, pet food, pet medical care funding, and pet fostering for people whose need is established.
Provide cat/dog food and cat litter for low income seniors at commodity distributions and for pet owners who are food pantry patrons.

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