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My name is Tiger & Bean!
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Underdog Cat Rescue

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Brown Tabby
Age
Kitten
Sex
Male
Pet ID
Hair Length
short

My info

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

My story

Introducing Tiger & Bean! They are 12 week old kittens ready to start their lives in a forever home. We got their mom when she was pregnant, so they were born inhouse and have been fostered with their mother and siblings. They have had human interaction and handling since birth, so they are very well socialized and well rounded, fun, happy kittens. They love to play and have a good time. They will keep you entertained while they tumble and chase their toys. They are curious and like to explore, so it's fun to watch them learn new things. Their foster home has a German shepherd, so they are familiar with dogs. They are an innocent adaptable age, ready to fit in a loving home. They are available as a bonded pair. They will be 13 weeks old, fixed and fully vetted June 28, and ready for a home any time after that. We will know their genders at that time. We are currently accepting applications, please email underdogcatrescue@att.net to start the process.
Introducing Tiger & Bean! They are 12 week old kittens ready to start their lives in a forever home. We got their mom when she was pregnant, so they were born inhouse and have been fostered with their mother and siblings. They have had human interaction and handling since birth, so they are very well socialized and well rounded, fun, happy kittens. They love to play and have a good time. They will keep you entertained while they tumble and chase their toys. They are curious and like to explore, so it's fun to watch them learn new things. Their foster home has a German shepherd, so they are familiar with dogs. They are an innocent adaptable age, ready to fit in a loving home. They are available as a bonded pair. They will be 13 weeks old, fixed and fully vetted June 28, and ready for a home any time after that. We will know their genders at that time. We are currently accepting applications, please email underdogcatrescue@att.net to start the process.
Rescue

Underdog Cat Rescue

Contact info
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Contact
Phone
Website
Address
Mount Clemens, MI 48046
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Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Contact underdogcatrescue@att.net to begin the process.
Contact underdogcatrescue@att.net to begin the process.

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Our adoptable pets are fully vetted prior to adoption. Application, home visit, and contract are required for all adoptions. We are a foster-based rescue, not a shelter. To ensure the privacy of our foster families in their homes, our adoptable pets are available to meet via the outlined process... INQUIRY: Submit an inquiry via the adoption site or email us at underdogcatrescue@att.net. Please include the following information with your inquiry: Name of pet you are considering? Number of pets you currently have? Ages of children in your home? What city are you located? APPLICATION: If the inquiry meets the general criteria as a potential fit for the pet, we will email the application to you. MEET & GREET: If the detailed application seems like a potential fit for the pet, we will contact you for a meet & greet/home visit. ADOPTION: If it is determined to be the right match for the pet and adopting party, we may proceed with adoption by way of a signed contract. FEE: Our standard adoption fee ranges from $100-$200 per cat/kitten. The adoption fee covers our standard vet bill of intake and is not for a profit.
Our adoptable pets are fully vetted prior to adoption. Application, home visit, and contract are required for all adoptions. We are a foster-based rescue, not a shelter. To ensure the privacy of our foster families in their homes, our adoptable pets are available to meet via the outlined process... INQUIRY: Submit an inquiry via the adoption site or email us at underdogcatrescue@att.net. Please include the following information with your inquiry: Name of pet you are considering? Number of pets you currently have? Ages of children in your home? What city are you located? APPLICATION: If the inquiry meets the general criteria as a potential fit for the pet, we will email the application to you. MEET & GREET: If the detailed application seems like a potential fit for the pet, we will contact you for a meet & greet/home visit. ADOPTION: If it is determined to be the right match for the pet and adopting party, we may proceed with adoption by way of a signed contract. FEE: Our standard adoption fee ranges from $100-$200 per cat/kitten. The adoption fee covers our standard vet bill of intake and is not for a profit.

More about this rescue

ROOTING FOR THE UNDERDOG! Underdog Cat Rescue was founded in dedication to urgent cats outside in the elements.  We help those who are lost, abandoned, or stray to ensure their immediate safety and assess their rehabilitative needs. We commit to fostering these needs until ready for placement into safe and loving homes. SURRENDERS: We are UNABLE to accommodate pet surrenders. As a foster-based rescue, our ability to intake is subject to space and very limited. Our mission is dedicated to those who are homeless and need rescue from outside. REHOMING: We are able to help with rehoming if you are willing to 'foster your own' while we post your pet adoptable and search/screen applicants on your behalf. There is no fee as a volunteer service, but you may be asked to cover the veterinary cost of having your pet up to the adoptable standard. HOMELESS: If you know of a domestic cat that is homeless, you may contact us and we will help whenever possible.  If we can help with rescue and adoption (but are unable to accommodate foster), you may be asked for your participation or ability to temp foster. FOSTERING: We are always in need of fosters. If you are able to provide a temporary home, please contact us! SOCIALIZING: We can socialize feral and semi-feral cats to an adoptable status, but it is generally a longer-term foster commitment. Our ability to socialize one-on-one is very limited, in which that space usually remains occupied with a waiting list. If you know of a cat with this potential, we can evaluate and help with protocol for successful rehab and adaptability. FERALS: If you know of a feral cat colony that needs help, please look into your local community TNR trap/neuter/release program. DONATIONS: If you would like to make a donation or sponsor an Underdog cat, please email us at underdogcatrescue@att.net
ROOTING FOR THE UNDERDOG! Underdog Cat Rescue was founded in dedication to urgent cats outside in the elements.  We help those who are lost, abandoned, or stray to ensure their immediate safety and assess their rehabilitative needs. We commit to fostering these needs until ready for placement into safe and loving homes. SURRENDERS: We are UNABLE to accommodate pet surrenders. As a foster-based rescue, our ability to intake is subject to space and very limited. Our mission is dedicated to those who are homeless and need rescue from outside. REHOMING: We are able to help with rehoming if you are willing to 'foster your own' while we post your pet adoptable and search/screen applicants on your behalf. There is no fee as a volunteer service, but you may be asked to cover the veterinary cost of having your pet up to the adoptable standard. HOMELESS: If you know of a domestic cat that is homeless, you may contact us and we will help whenever possible.  If we can help with rescue and adoption (but are unable to accommodate foster), you may be asked for your participation or ability to temp foster. FOSTERING: We are always in need of fosters. If you are able to provide a temporary home, please contact us! SOCIALIZING: We can socialize feral and semi-feral cats to an adoptable status, but it is generally a longer-term foster commitment. Our ability to socialize one-on-one is very limited, in which that space usually remains occupied with a waiting list. If you know of a cat with this potential, we can evaluate and help with protocol for successful rehab and adaptability. FERALS: If you know of a feral cat colony that needs help, please look into your local community TNR trap/neuter/release program. DONATIONS: If you would like to make a donation or sponsor an Underdog cat, please email us at underdogcatrescue@att.net