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My name is Buddy!
I'm being cared for by
Road to Home Rescue Support

Facts about me

American Shorthair
Black & White or Tuxedo
2 years 9 months old, Young
Pet ID
Hair Length

My info

Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Has special needs

My story

Poor Buddy was rescued from living on the streets where he was being bullied by the others and avoided confrontation at all costs. He would often disappear for days but recently he disappeared for about 2 months. When he reappeared, he was skin and bones and it was evident we needed to intervene.

He is currently in boarding and thriving. He is slowing coming out of his shell and learning to trust people.

He is very food motivated, curious and charismatic.

From the progress we have seen thus far, Buddy will definitely thrive in a single cat home where can receive lots of love and attention.

Buddy tested positive for FIV after living a very rough life on the streets. Feline Immunodeficiency Virus is a very manageable, but often misunderstood illness. FIV only affects cats and is not spread by casual contact. With good care, FIV cats can live long and happy lives.

Road to Home Rescue Support

Contact info
Pet ID
Wantagh, NY 11793

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Road to Home Rescue Support requires an adoption contract and application to be completed and executed. Personal references, vet reference and a home visit must be approved to finalize the adoption. To adopt, please email us at Road to Home Rescue Support Adoption Fees: Puppies age 2-4 months $350 Puppies age 5 – 11 months $300 Adult Dogs 1yr or older $250 Senior & Special Need Dogs - &75 Adult Cats (1yr and over) - $75 Kittens - $100 (2 kittens $150) Fees include: UTD shots, spay/neuter, HW treatment (if dog is +), transport and microchip.

More about this rescue

Road to Home was started to be able to focus on animals in need and to provide support to local rescues. After years of working in shelters and with rescues, we decided starting our own rescue was the best way to do what we do best! We are a 100 percent non-profit and 100 percent of the money we raise goes towards animals in need. Our 5013c is pending. Here’s what we will focus on: -Providing guidance and support for re-homing an animal. -Providing medical attention, training, spay/neuter, and food/supplies to a homeless animal. -Pulling an animal from a euthanasia list or from an unsafe situation and placing them in a foster or permanent home. -Working with rescues and shelters to facilitate adoptions by doing home checks, adoption applications, and networking to find foster or permanent homes for animals in need. -Working with rescues and shelters to coordinate adoption events, food drives, and fundraisers. -Raising money through a Chip-In to help specific dogs with training, medical needs, and adoption. -Raising funds that can be allocated to specific needs of other rescues and shelters (including medical expenses, training expenses, food, and transport) as well as pledging money to animals in jeopardy of euthanasia.