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My name is Carly!
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it's the year of the cat inc.
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Approve Application

3.

Meet the Pet

4.

Home Check

5.

Pay Fee

1.

Submit Application

2.

Approve Application

3.

Meet the Pet

4.

Home Check

5.

Pay Fee

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
White (Mostly)
Age
Young
Sex
Female
Pet ID
Hair Length
short

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

Carly is approximately 1 year old and is a DSH white and brown and orange tabby.

Carly is part of a bonded pair and must be adopted with sister Lennon. They play, eat, and sleep together- they’re inseparable!

Carly and Lennon had wonderful lives indoors as kittens and had a 9 year old human sister. As they grew into adult cats, their human sister lost interest in them, and the father of the household placed them outside. Carly and Lennon stayed together as they braved the outdoors and had to fend for themselves. They were lucky to eventually find a lady who, after seeing how sweet they were, was able to foster them in hopes of finding them a forever home, which was difficult in South Florida with its cat overpopulation crisis and busy kitten seasons, so Lennon and Carly were transported North in hopes of finding a forever home!

Carly and Lennon are very playful, social, and sweet. They enjoy lounging on cat trees and in window sills. They love human attention and are great with kids and dogs (and other cats!).

Carly and Lennon must be indoor-only cats.

They have been dewormed, spayed, microchipped, vaccinated (Rabies and FVRCP), and FIV/FeLV tested (results negative).

*Carly and Lennon are currently being fostered in New Bedford, MA*

They’re adoption fee (combined) is $450.

Adoption fees help cover:
-vetting costs (all cats/kittens come dewormed, neutered, microchipped, vaccinated (Rabies and FVRCP), on preventatives, and FIV/FeLV tested)
-transportation costs (cats/kittens are transported from areas with large outdoor cat populations and overwhelmed rescues/shelters)
-food, treats, litter, toys, and everything else our rescue kittens/cats need to be happy and comfortable
Carly is approximately 1 year old and is a DSH white and brown and orange tabby.

Carly is part of a bonded pair and must be adopted with sister Lennon. They play, eat, and sleep together- they’re inseparable!

Carly and Lennon had wonderful lives indoors as kittens and had a 9 year old human sister. As they grew into adult cats, their human sister lost interest in them, and the father of the household placed them outside. Carly and Lennon stayed together as they braved the outdoors and had to fend for themselves. They were lucky to eventually find a lady who, after seeing how sweet they were, was able to foster them in hopes of finding them a forever home, which was difficult in South Florida with its cat overpopulation crisis and busy kitten seasons, so Lennon and Carly were transported North in hopes of finding a forever home!

Carly and Lennon are very playful, social, and sweet. They enjoy lounging on cat trees and in window sills. They love human attention and are great with kids and dogs (and other cats!).

Carly and Lennon must be indoor-only cats.

They have been dewormed, spayed, microchipped, vaccinated (Rabies and FVRCP), and FIV/FeLV tested (results negative).

*Carly and Lennon are currently being fostered in New Bedford, MA*

They’re adoption fee (combined) is $450.

Adoption fees help cover:
-vetting costs (all cats/kittens come dewormed, neutered, microchipped, vaccinated (Rabies and FVRCP), on preventatives, and FIV/FeLV tested)
-transportation costs (cats/kittens are transported from areas with large outdoor cat populations and overwhelmed rescues/shelters)
-food, treats, litter, toys, and everything else our rescue kittens/cats need to be happy and comfortable
Rescue

it's the year of the cat inc.

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Phone
Website
Address
Providence, RI 02914
Donation

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

When a potential adopter expresses interest in a cat/kitten up for adoption, we will email the potential adopter our application.

2.

Approve Application

3.

Meet the Pet

Once the potential adopter's application is approved, the potential adopter may visit the cat/kitten at their foster home.

4.

Home Check

We will then set up a time to conduct a home check. The cat/kitten will stay with adopter beginning on the day of the home check.

5.

Pay Fee

Adoption fees are due at the time of adoption. In the case that the adoption doesn't work out, the adoption fee is refundable.

Additional adoption info

We aim to respond to all inquiries and applications in a timely manner. Please don't hesitate to reach out if you have not heard from us within two days of emailing us/submitting your application.
We aim to respond to all inquiries and applications in a timely manner. Please don't hesitate to reach out if you have not heard from us within two days of emailing us/submitting your application.

Go meet their pets

All of our cats/kittens are at foster homes in the New Bedford area.
All of our cats/kittens are at foster homes in the New Bedford area.

More about this rescue

It's the year of the cat aims to help solve the cat overpopulation crisis and improve cat welfare by transporting cats and kittens from areas with large outdoor cat populations where local rescues and shelters are frequently at full-capacity to New England for adoption. To further help solve the cat overpopulation crisis and improve cat welfare, we help to coordinate and fund life-saving surgeries and treatments for unowned outdoor cats and kittens and carry out TNVR (trap-neuter-vaccinate-release) projects in those high population areas. We are a 501(c)(3) organization comprised of a team of volunteers who are dedicated to improve the lives of cats and kittens.
It's the year of the cat aims to help solve the cat overpopulation crisis and improve cat welfare by transporting cats and kittens from areas with large outdoor cat populations where local rescues and shelters are frequently at full-capacity to New England for adoption. To further help solve the cat overpopulation crisis and improve cat welfare, we help to coordinate and fund life-saving surgeries and treatments for unowned outdoor cats and kittens and carry out TNVR (trap-neuter-vaccinate-release) projects in those high population areas. We are a 501(c)(3) organization comprised of a team of volunteers who are dedicated to improve the lives of cats and kittens.