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My name is Sweetart!
I'm being cared for by
Gregory's Gift of Hope, Inc
Adoption process
1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

2.

Submit Application

3.

Approve Application

4.

Sign Adoption Contract

5.

Pay Fee

6.

Take the Pet Home

1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

2.

Submit Application

3.

Approve Application

4.

Sign Adoption Contract

5.

Pay Fee

6.

Take the Pet Home

Adoption application
Apply to Adopt

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Longhair
Color
Gray or Blue (Mostly)
Age
Kitten
Sex
Male
Pet ID
Hair Length
long

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with kids
Small blue checkmark Good with cats
Small blue checkmark Shots current

My story

Sweetie Sweetart is sweetheart! Sweetart landed at GGOH coming from a colony - she was brought in with three siblings.

Sweetart is a quiet and somewhat shy girl - at first. Once she gets to know you though, she's all about the lovin'. She's not always the first to be noticed due to her quiet nature so if you visit us, don't be surprised if you have to take a few moments to seek her out - she's worth that little extra effort though, trust us on that one.

Sweetart does okay with kids but the loudness and high energy of youngsters can sometimes be off-putting to her. She'd be great with older kids - over the age of 5.
She is great with other cats and adjusts quickly to new kitties introduced to her. Dogs are an unknown but we don't anticipate any issues.

Sweetart is one of our FIP warriors - she beat that bully of a disease and is all clear. We can give you a more detailed picture of what her treatment was when you visit but just let it be known, she has a long worry-free life ahead of her. She's happy and healthy and ready to find her forever family. We don't like to dwell on this aspect of her care too much, but we also like to be up-front about it as we're not the kind of rescue that withholds or hides information from our prospective adopters. Everything is laid on the table so you can make an informed decision.

One other thing to mention is that Sweetart does have a little bit of a head tilt and at the moment, some thin hair - both are the results of what she's battled and won (FIP, a bout of toxoplasmosis, and a reaction to skin mites - yep, she had a rough beginning, no doubt!). Her head tilt will likely remain for life but it does not cause her any trouble (she moves like any cat would - runs, jumps, climbs, and uses her litter box), and her hair will continue to fill out and she'll soon be sporting a full-length coat.

Sweetart's DOB is approx. 7/29/2021.

We hope you'll give Sweetart the chance she deserves to win you over - she really is worth it - she's pretty amazing.

If you'd like to meet her, please visit our website to review our adoption process and requirements and to schedule an on-site visit. www.ggohinc.com
Sweetie Sweetart is sweetheart! Sweetart landed at GGOH coming from a colony - she was brought in with three siblings.

Sweetart is a quiet and somewhat shy girl - at first. Once she gets to know you though, she's all about the lovin'. She's not always the first to be noticed due to her quiet nature so if you visit us, don't be surprised if you have to take a few moments to seek her out - she's worth that little extra effort though, trust us on that one.

Sweetart does okay with kids but the loudness and high energy of youngsters can sometimes be off-putting to her. She'd be great with older kids - over the age of 5.
She is great with other cats and adjusts quickly to new kitties introduced to her. Dogs are an unknown but we don't anticipate any issues.

Sweetart is one of our FIP warriors - she beat that bully of a disease and is all clear. We can give you a more detailed picture of what her treatment was when you visit but just let it be known, she has a long worry-free life ahead of her. She's happy and healthy and ready to find her forever family. We don't like to dwell on this aspect of her care too much, but we also like to be up-front about it as we're not the kind of rescue that withholds or hides information from our prospective adopters. Everything is laid on the table so you can make an informed decision.

One other thing to mention is that Sweetart does have a little bit of a head tilt and at the moment, some thin hair - both are the results of what she's battled and won (FIP, a bout of toxoplasmosis, and a reaction to skin mites - yep, she had a rough beginning, no doubt!). Her head tilt will likely remain for life but it does not cause her any trouble (she moves like any cat would - runs, jumps, climbs, and uses her litter box), and her hair will continue to fill out and she'll soon be sporting a full-length coat.

Sweetart's DOB is approx. 7/29/2021.

We hope you'll give Sweetart the chance she deserves to win you over - she really is worth it - she's pretty amazing.

If you'd like to meet her, please visit our website to review our adoption process and requirements and to schedule an on-site visit. www.ggohinc.com
Rescue

Gregory's Gift of Hope, Inc

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Phone
Address
New Richmond, WI 54017

Their adoption process

1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

2.

Submit Application

3.

Approve Application

4.

Sign Adoption Contract

5.

Pay Fee

6.

Take the Pet Home

Additional adoption info

*** Note: Due to the volume of inquiries we receive on a daily basis and limited staff to handle them, we are not able to answer general inquiries at this time. If you have a specific question in regards to one of our available rescue pets and submit an inquiry, we will do our best to answer in a timely manner. Additionally, we are currently forced to limit our adoptions to suitable adopters that reside within a 100 mile radius of our facility. Before you proceed with any adoption inquiries, be aware of where we are located in relation to your personal residence. Please continue reading for our adoption policies and procedures.*** BASICS Be aware that we have Fencing, Indoor Living and Declawing policies. We will not waiver on these policies as it is our responsibility to ensure the animals in our care are placed into the safest and healthiest environment possible. No exceptions made. * You must be at least 21 years old to adopt * The entire household must be in agreement about adopting the animal you choose * You may not adopt for someone else or for a gift * We encourage that all dogs under 3 years old attend training sessions, either private or group  * Dogs and cats must live indoors * Dogs require fencing. * No declawing of cats allowed ADOPTION PROCESS Please read through our canine and feline adoption process (found on our website) before submitting an inquiry or application.  Dogs: https://www.ggohinc.com/adoption-process-dogs-1 Cats: https://www.ggohinc.com/adoption-process-cats Our adoption fees for dogs are as follows: Seniors (8 years and older) - $225 Adults (over 6 months) - $325 Puppies (under 6 months) - $375 Our adoption fees for cats are as follows: Seniors (8 years and older) - $150 Adults (over 6 months) - $200 Kittens (under 6 months) - $250 Note: The higher cost for puppies and kittens relates directly to the amount of care and frequency of vaccinations which they require.
*** Note: Due to the volume of inquiries we receive on a daily basis and limited staff to handle them, we are not able to answer general inquiries at this time. If you have a specific question in regards to one of our available rescue pets and submit an inquiry, we will do our best to answer in a timely manner. Additionally, we are currently forced to limit our adoptions to suitable adopters that reside within a 100 mile radius of our facility. Before you proceed with any adoption inquiries, be aware of where we are located in relation to your personal residence. Please continue reading for our adoption policies and procedures.*** BASICS Be aware that we have Fencing, Indoor Living and Declawing policies. We will not waiver on these policies as it is our responsibility to ensure the animals in our care are placed into the safest and healthiest environment possible. No exceptions made. * You must be at least 21 years old to adopt * The entire household must be in agreement about adopting the animal you choose * You may not adopt for someone else or for a gift * We encourage that all dogs under 3 years old attend training sessions, either private or group  * Dogs and cats must live indoors * Dogs require fencing. * No declawing of cats allowed ADOPTION PROCESS Please read through our canine and feline adoption process (found on our website) before submitting an inquiry or application.  Dogs: https://www.ggohinc.com/adoption-process-dogs-1 Cats: https://www.ggohinc.com/adoption-process-cats Our adoption fees for dogs are as follows: Seniors (8 years and older) - $225 Adults (over 6 months) - $325 Puppies (under 6 months) - $375 Our adoption fees for cats are as follows: Seniors (8 years and older) - $150 Adults (over 6 months) - $200 Kittens (under 6 months) - $250 Note: The higher cost for puppies and kittens relates directly to the amount of care and frequency of vaccinations which they require.

Go meet their pets

Our facility is located at 1374 Hwy 65 in New Richmond, WI. All available rescue pets are located on-site. Sun-Fri we are open for private visits by appointment only. Visit our website for further information. Saturdays we are open from 11am-2pm for walk-in visits. www.ggohinc.com
Our facility is located at 1374 Hwy 65 in New Richmond, WI. All available rescue pets are located on-site. Sun-Fri we are open for private visits by appointment only. Visit our website for further information. Saturdays we are open from 11am-2pm for walk-in visits. www.ggohinc.com

More about this rescue

Established in 2003, we are a no-kill rescue/re-home program that takes in abandoned, homeless and unwanted animals. We work tirelessly to find new, permanent homes for our rescues. Our program's Director began this journey when our county's humane society was closed down. A note from our Director: "I have been a lifelong rescuer; all of my pets (currently, 10 dogs and 5 cats) are rescue animals. They mean the world to me and I want to help as many animals as I can while I am on this earth. Back in 2003, I gathered together many animal lovers in the area and we started our rescue efforts; we've continued to grow over time and are now operating as a 501c3 organization, which has helped us strengthen our efforts to save the animals. We want to see that no animal goes without love, shelter, food or a happy life. We work on educating the public about the overpopulation problem, we promote spay/neuter programs, and we do group tours at our facility to teach about the rescue re-home world. To get our youth community involved, we visit schools to teach about responsible pet ownership, animal abuse and neglect, and what they as an animal advocate can do to help prevent these tragedies. We are proud of what we do here at our rescue and we believe it is our job to protect those that speak another language and quite honestly, we just could not imagine a world without them. I invite you to join our efforts by becoming a sustainable monthly donor, a volunteer with our program or, simply to be another voice for the animals. Contact us today to find out how you can help."
Established in 2003, we are a no-kill rescue/re-home program that takes in abandoned, homeless and unwanted animals. We work tirelessly to find new, permanent homes for our rescues. Our program's Director began this journey when our county's humane society was closed down. A note from our Director: "I have been a lifelong rescuer; all of my pets (currently, 10 dogs and 5 cats) are rescue animals. They mean the world to me and I want to help as many animals as I can while I am on this earth. Back in 2003, I gathered together many animal lovers in the area and we started our rescue efforts; we've continued to grow over time and are now operating as a 501c3 organization, which has helped us strengthen our efforts to save the animals. We want to see that no animal goes without love, shelter, food or a happy life. We work on educating the public about the overpopulation problem, we promote spay/neuter programs, and we do group tours at our facility to teach about the rescue re-home world. To get our youth community involved, we visit schools to teach about responsible pet ownership, animal abuse and neglect, and what they as an animal advocate can do to help prevent these tragedies. We are proud of what we do here at our rescue and we believe it is our job to protect those that speak another language and quite honestly, we just could not imagine a world without them. I invite you to join our efforts by becoming a sustainable monthly donor, a volunteer with our program or, simply to be another voice for the animals. Contact us today to find out how you can help."