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RescueCats, Inc.
Adoption process
1.

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2.

Meet the Pet

3.

Take the Pet Home

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Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Black & White or Tuxedo
Age
Kitten
Sex
Male
Pet ID
18132165
Hair Length
short

My info

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

My story

RescueCats, Inc.



Date of birth: 3/3122.

Photos taken on 6/7/22.

Very sweet...loving, playful.

He is neutered, treated for fleas & worms, tested negative for FeLV/FIV  & vaccinated for RCP, and microchipped.

Adoption fee $125.00.

If you would like to meet this wonderful kitty as well as many other cats on the web site, call RescueCats at 678-817-9647 or Jerri at 404-304–9210, or e-mail rescuecats@hotmail.com or Jerri at JerriClay@gmail.com --
You may also visit the RescueCats web site at www.rescuecats.org and see all of the other cats in the Kitty Photo Gallery.
Adoption fees range from $125-$250 depending on age and breed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



www.rescuecats.org



July 2, 2022, 10:19 pm

RescueCats, Inc.



Date of birth: 3/3122.

Photos taken on 6/7/22.

Very sweet...loving, playful.

He is neutered, treated for fleas & worms, tested negative for FeLV/FIV  & vaccinated for RCP, and microchipped.

Adoption fee $125.00.

If you would like to meet this wonderful kitty as well as many other cats on the web site, call RescueCats at 678-817-9647 or Jerri at 404-304–9210, or e-mail rescuecats@hotmail.com or Jerri at JerriClay@gmail.com --
You may also visit the RescueCats web site at www.rescuecats.org and see all of the other cats in the Kitty Photo Gallery.
Adoption fees range from $125-$250 depending on age and breed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



www.rescuecats.org



July 2, 2022, 10:19 pm
Rescue

RescueCats, Inc.

Contact info
Pet ID
18132165
Contact
Address
Fayetteville, GA 30214

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

https://rescuecats.org/adopt-a-cat.aspx

2.

Meet the Pet

3.

Take the Pet Home

Additional adoption info

The adoption fee helps to pay for the spay/neuter, vaccinations, microchip, FeLV/FIV testing, flea treatment, other medical costs, vitamins, food (we use premium foods like Science Diet ), cat litter, utilities, and much more. If you make a call to your local vet, it should convince you that our fee represents a fraction of what you would pay for the services and products on your own. Adopters are required to fill out an adoption form and agree to the terms of adoption, which includes keeping the kitten or cat as an inside pet only, unless you adopt a "barn cat", agreeing to return the cat to RescueCats if you can no longer care for it, obeying the county ordinances concerning animals (rabies shot, tags, etc.), providing proper veterinary care, arranging for proper care while on vacation & if necessary, permitting a representative from RescueCats to come to your home to check on the animal's well-being. We will be happy to fax you an pre-adoption application or you can complete one online. Applications must be filled out before we allow foster home visits.
The adoption fee helps to pay for the spay/neuter, vaccinations, microchip, FeLV/FIV testing, flea treatment, other medical costs, vitamins, food (we use premium foods like Science Diet ), cat litter, utilities, and much more. If you make a call to your local vet, it should convince you that our fee represents a fraction of what you would pay for the services and products on your own. Adopters are required to fill out an adoption form and agree to the terms of adoption, which includes keeping the kitten or cat as an inside pet only, unless you adopt a "barn cat", agreeing to return the cat to RescueCats if you can no longer care for it, obeying the county ordinances concerning animals (rabies shot, tags, etc.), providing proper veterinary care, arranging for proper care while on vacation & if necessary, permitting a representative from RescueCats to come to your home to check on the animal's well-being. We will be happy to fax you an pre-adoption application or you can complete one online. Applications must be filled out before we allow foster home visits.

Go meet their pets

PETsMART - Morrow GA - Southlake Next to Home Depot on Mt. Zion Blvd 1986 Mt. Zion Rd - 770-478-0860 11am-3pm on Saturdays (Adoption Fairs) Cats in the Adoption Center -9am-9pm on Mon-Saturday, 10-7 Sunday An Adoption Fair is held each weekend at the Morrow PETsMART location in the Adoption Center during PETsMART business hours at both locations listed below, you may meet selected cats all week long. With each adoption you get a free bag of food, coupons, free food samples, and more!
PETsMART - Morrow GA - Southlake Next to Home Depot on Mt. Zion Blvd 1986 Mt. Zion Rd - 770-478-0860 11am-3pm on Saturdays (Adoption Fairs) Cats in the Adoption Center -9am-9pm on Mon-Saturday, 10-7 Sunday An Adoption Fair is held each weekend at the Morrow PETsMART location in the Adoption Center during PETsMART business hours at both locations listed below, you may meet selected cats all week long. With each adoption you get a free bag of food, coupons, free food samples, and more!

More about this rescue

RescueCats is here for this reason. We are a non-profit, no-kill organization providing temporary care for orphaned and owner released kittens and housecats. A safe indoor shelter, veterinary care, food/water & lots of love is given to each animal until a suitable home with a loving family can be found. Spaying and neutering & educating the public about the proper treatment of animals is our main focus. We are a limited-access facility; when one kitten or cat is adopted, another is taken in. Kittens and cats are not put to sleep unless they are too ill or injured to recover. Adoption fees, relinquishment fees and private donations are our only source of revenue to support the cats.
RescueCats is here for this reason. We are a non-profit, no-kill organization providing temporary care for orphaned and owner released kittens and housecats. A safe indoor shelter, veterinary care, food/water & lots of love is given to each animal until a suitable home with a loving family can be found. Spaying and neutering & educating the public about the proper treatment of animals is our main focus. We are a limited-access facility; when one kitten or cat is adopted, another is taken in. Kittens and cats are not put to sleep unless they are too ill or injured to recover. Adoption fees, relinquishment fees and private donations are our only source of revenue to support the cats.