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Helping Homeless Felines
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

Facts about me

Breed
British Shorthair
Color
Gray or Blue
Age
Young
Sex
Male
Pet ID
Hair Length
short

My info

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

My story

This wonderful young part British Shorthair (BSH) or Scottish Fold (SF) cat was rescued by the side of a highway in Kuwait City. A kind man saw CH stumbling so he got out of the car, grabbed him and rushed CH to a vet. He was malnourished and in poor condition most likely from being abandoned.

CH has a condition called Cerebral Hyperplasia which means he is a "wobbler" or stumbles due to a neurological condition. We think this is due to inbreeding. His condition is considered mild for CH.

Since we have had CH in our care he has blossomed due to love and good food. His kind foster mom raves about how he wants to be loved and doted on. He will stumble when overly excited but quickly stabilizes himself and goes about his business.

CH uses the litter box like a champ. With a small set up doggies stairs he goes on the bed and sofa without any problem.

CH loves to play with a fishing pole and even chase mice. He gets along well with other cats and loves to be petted and softly brushed.

Please open your heart to this wonderful and stunningly handsome young boy. Yes, he has a disability but can live a very long and healthy life with good care. There are many websites and Facebook groups with terrific information on Cerebral Hyperplasia.

He would do best in a home with no small children or overly active dogs. He is terrific with other cats and possibly with a very calm dog. A condo or apartment or home with not many stairs to climb is purrfect for CH.

Before considering CH we encourage you to look up Cerebral Hyperplasia

Fostered in Fairfax, VA
This wonderful young part British Shorthair (BSH) or Scottish Fold (SF) cat was rescued by the side of a highway in Kuwait City. A kind man saw CH stumbling so he got out of the car, grabbed him and rushed CH to a vet. He was malnourished and in poor condition most likely from being abandoned.

CH has a condition called Cerebral Hyperplasia which means he is a "wobbler" or stumbles due to a neurological condition. We think this is due to inbreeding. His condition is considered mild for CH.

Since we have had CH in our care he has blossomed due to love and good food. His kind foster mom raves about how he wants to be loved and doted on. He will stumble when overly excited but quickly stabilizes himself and goes about his business.

CH uses the litter box like a champ. With a small set up doggies stairs he goes on the bed and sofa without any problem.

CH loves to play with a fishing pole and even chase mice. He gets along well with other cats and loves to be petted and softly brushed.

Please open your heart to this wonderful and stunningly handsome young boy. Yes, he has a disability but can live a very long and healthy life with good care. There are many websites and Facebook groups with terrific information on Cerebral Hyperplasia.

He would do best in a home with no small children or overly active dogs. He is terrific with other cats and possibly with a very calm dog. A condo or apartment or home with not many stairs to climb is purrfect for CH.

Before considering CH we encourage you to look up Cerebral Hyperplasia

Fostered in Fairfax, VA
Rescue

Helping Homeless Felines

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Val Garcia
Phone
Address
Fairfax, VA 22030
Donation

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

The Helping Homeless Felines application can be found at our website: Helpinghomelessfelines.net

2.

Interview

Additional adoption info

Adoption application, vet reference check, home visit and adoption fee.
Adoption application, vet reference check, home visit and adoption fee.

Go meet their pets

We are a foster home based rescue. During the current pandemic we are not always able to have in-home visits with kittens and cats, so are offering a trial period in their new home before adoptions are finalized. In limited circumstances and until the pandemic conditions are safe, limited foster homes have approved adopters meet cats in their foster homes. We are often able to provide videos or other means of meeting cats and kittens.
We are a foster home based rescue. During the current pandemic we are not always able to have in-home visits with kittens and cats, so are offering a trial period in their new home before adoptions are finalized. In limited circumstances and until the pandemic conditions are safe, limited foster homes have approved adopters meet cats in their foster homes. We are often able to provide videos or other means of meeting cats and kittens.

More about this rescue

Please visit https://www.helpinghomelessfelines.net to view our mission statement.
Please visit https://www.helpinghomelessfelines.net to view our mission statement.