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Sierra Pacific Furbabies NorCal

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Mediumhair
Color
Brown Tabby
Age
1 year old, Kitten
Sex
Female
Pet ID
Hair Length
medium

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with kids
Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Good with cats
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Gentle, shy, loving Fern is barely more than a kitten herself. She came from a hoarding situation pregnant, and delivered 5 kittens, of which only two survived. Needs a quiet home. She is a beautiful Torbie fluffy girl. She has been in a foster home with older school aged children, a sweet cat-loving lab, and another cat. Fern loves to loved on but she is fearful of strange noises and will hide under the bed until she feels safe to come out again. This will gradually diminish as she settles in to a home and becomes familiar with the noises. Fern enjoys being petted, sitting on laps, getting her pretty reddish tinged fur brushed, and at times, playing. She was recently spayed, got her shots, tested negative for FeLV/FIV/HW, and has been dewormed/deflead. She would do best in a home with quiet people. She can get along with another cat or dog following the proper introduction process. Fern is very needy to be loved and feel safe.
An application, landlord approval if renting, virtual safety homecheck, and an adoption fee are required. Discount to seniors, military/veterans, and with proof of disability.
Gentle, shy, loving Fern is barely more than a kitten herself. She came from a hoarding situation pregnant, and delivered 5 kittens, of which only two survived. Needs a quiet home. She is a beautiful Torbie fluffy girl. She has been in a foster home with older school aged children, a sweet cat-loving lab, and another cat. Fern loves to loved on but she is fearful of strange noises and will hide under the bed until she feels safe to come out again. This will gradually diminish as she settles in to a home and becomes familiar with the noises. Fern enjoys being petted, sitting on laps, getting her pretty reddish tinged fur brushed, and at times, playing. She was recently spayed, got her shots, tested negative for FeLV/FIV/HW, and has been dewormed/deflead. She would do best in a home with quiet people. She can get along with another cat or dog following the proper introduction process. Fern is very needy to be loved and feel safe.
An application, landlord approval if renting, virtual safety homecheck, and an adoption fee are required. Discount to seniors, military/veterans, and with proof of disability.
Rescue

Sierra Pacific Furbabies NorCal

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Shannon Ventuleth
Address
Eureka, CA 95503

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Application and home check, adoption contract. Landlord approval if renting. Fees according to prevailing rate for local area. Generally$90. Discounts offered to seniors, military/veterans, and adopting multiples or very senior cats.
Application and home check, adoption contract. Landlord approval if renting. Fees according to prevailing rate for local area. Generally$90. Discounts offered to seniors, military/veterans, and adopting multiples or very senior cats.

Go meet their pets

By appointment only. Please email Shannon for Humboldt County, and surrounding areas, at shannyvent@gmail.com.
By appointment only. Please email Shannon for Humboldt County, and surrounding areas, at shannyvent@gmail.com.

More about this rescue

We rescue animals from high kill shelters or abandoned local strays and foster them until they find an adoptive home. Our southern branch also goes out on emergency rescue calls for cats in drain and sewer pipes, up trees, stuck in walls etc. Transport in available up and down the state of CA. We also TNR local stray and feral populations. The plight of homeless animals moves us deeply. It is unspeakably horrific to see gentle loving animals killed simply because they are homeless. While we cannot save them all, each one saved deserves it. We are a 501c3 registered, CA non-profit corporation.
We rescue animals from high kill shelters or abandoned local strays and foster them until they find an adoptive home. Our southern branch also goes out on emergency rescue calls for cats in drain and sewer pipes, up trees, stuck in walls etc. Transport in available up and down the state of CA. We also TNR local stray and feral populations. The plight of homeless animals moves us deeply. It is unspeakably horrific to see gentle loving animals killed simply because they are homeless. While we cannot save them all, each one saved deserves it. We are a 501c3 registered, CA non-profit corporation.