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My name is GIGI!
I'm being cared for by
Cats In Need - Diamond Bar

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Gray or Blue
Age
Adult
Sex
Female
Pet ID
2443
Hair Length
short

My story

If you are interested in GIGI, please email us at catsinneed.db@gmail.com.

GIGI was found as a very young mom-cat after having just given birth to her 9 kittens the day before. She is still a bit shy around people, but her foster family is giving her lots of love and showing her that humans are good. GIGI seems to be more trusting now ... and more friendly.

Since GIGI is a quieter girl, she would do best with a family who is also quiet and calm.

GIGI is a short-haired All-Gray young female cat who is 1 year old. She has been spayed, tested Negative for FeLV (feline leukemia) and FIV (feline AIDs), is current on her shots, and has been treated for fleas and parasites.
Rescue

Cats In Need - Diamond Bar

Contact info
Pet ID
2443
Contact
Address
Diamond Bar, CA 91765

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Our $125 adoption fee includes spay/neuter, current vaccinations, tested for FeLV/FIV, treated for fleas and parasites. You need to fill out a questionnaire for the cat you are interested in (we want to be sure that you and your new cat are a suitable match). After filling out and signing some adoption contract paperwork, you will be able to take your new cat or kitten home today!

Go meet their pets

Adoptions (and meet-n-greets) are by appointment only. To meet (or adopt) one of our available cats, please email us to set up a time catsinneed.db@gmail.com.

More about this rescue

Cats In Need of Human Care is a non-profit organization dedicated to finding forever homes for unwanted and abandoned cats in Southern California. A no-kill, all-volunteer organization, Cats In Need has been caring for cats for almost 30 years. With no permanent offices or a physical shelter, Cats In Need has about 15 small, community-based chapters, each operating independently. The Diamond Bar Chapter is the smallest of the chapters, with about 15 volunteers, and placing approximately 180 cats each year.