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My name is Lucy!
I'm being cared for by
Friends of Plumas County Animals
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Meet the Pet

3.

Sign Adoption Contract

4.

Pay Fee

5.

Take the Pet Home

1.

Submit Application

2.

Meet the Pet

3.

Sign Adoption Contract

4.

Pay Fee

5.

Take the Pet Home

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Black & White or Tuxedo
Age
Young
Sex
Female
Pet ID
F7-22
Hair Length
short

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Good with cats
Small red x Shots not current

My story

Lucy is the mother of a trio of kittens recently turned into Friends when their owner could not care for them anymore. She has had loving care, but has only seen one person in her life and is very shy of strangers. We have had her in care for about 2 weeks and she is just coming around to loving being petted and held. Her former owner says she is mellow and sweet and would do well in an adult home. Lucy is very worthwhile and tries her hardest to be brave and receive new experiences and people. She is a great mother to her kittens.
She is not spayed yet and is still comfort nursing her kittens so she is not adoptable yet. She is due to be spayed at the beginning of August and then will be available to a new home.

There is no adoption fee for our animals, but a donation to Friends is much appreciated and much needed.
Lucy is the mother of a trio of kittens recently turned into Friends when their owner could not care for them anymore. She has had loving care, but has only seen one person in her life and is very shy of strangers. We have had her in care for about 2 weeks and she is just coming around to loving being petted and held. Her former owner says she is mellow and sweet and would do well in an adult home. Lucy is very worthwhile and tries her hardest to be brave and receive new experiences and people. She is a great mother to her kittens.
She is not spayed yet and is still comfort nursing her kittens so she is not adoptable yet. She is due to be spayed at the beginning of August and then will be available to a new home.

There is no adoption fee for our animals, but a donation to Friends is much appreciated and much needed.
Rescue

Friends of Plumas County Animals

Contact info
Pet ID
F7-22
Contact
Website
Address
Quincy, CA 95971
Donation

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

Call or email Rose and she will send you an application via email or snail mail. Your application needs to include 2 references & landlord #

2.

Meet the Pet

Get in touch with Friends to schedule a visit.

3.

Sign Adoption Contract

The Agreement clearly states the responsibilities of the adopter and protects the animals.

4.

Pay Fee

There is no adoption fee for S/N animals, but kittens require a $75 deposit each--refundable when S/N by a vet and proof send to Friends.

5.

Take the Pet Home

Happiness! Be sure to bring a clean cat carrier with you. We will not release an animal who is not confined for their safety

Additional adoption info

Potential adopters should contact Friends via e-mail or phone to get an Adoption Application. Friends does not charge an adoption fee for our spayed and neutered animals, but work entirely on your generous donations to help us continue our work for the animals.
Potential adopters should contact Friends via e-mail or phone to get an Adoption Application. Friends does not charge an adoption fee for our spayed and neutered animals, but work entirely on your generous donations to help us continue our work for the animals.

Go meet their pets

Animals under the care of Friends can be seen at our site at new facility at 1093 Lee Rd in Quincy, CA 95971. Come visit, play and meet our lovely animals! Call for an application for any of our wonderful animals. Site 530 927 9485 or Rose at 530 927 8057
Animals under the care of Friends can be seen at our site at new facility at 1093 Lee Rd in Quincy, CA 95971. Come visit, play and meet our lovely animals! Call for an application for any of our wonderful animals. Site 530 927 9485 or Rose at 530 927 8057

More about this rescue

Friends of Plumas County Animals is a non profit 501(c)3 organization We are dedicated to improving the lives of the animals who come into our rescue and to reducing the number of unwanted/homeless animals through spay and neuter programs. When we volunteered at the local county shelter we built outdoor enclosures and play yards for the dogs and cats. Currently, Friends takes animals into our own rescue site where we spay and neuter animals who are above 4 months old and then re-home the animals. When we have the available monies we also help those in need of financial assistance spay and neuter their personal pets. Our adoptable animals are offered with no adoption fee to approved homes, and we survive on the generous donations of our adopters and supporters.
Friends of Plumas County Animals is a non profit 501(c)3 organization We are dedicated to improving the lives of the animals who come into our rescue and to reducing the number of unwanted/homeless animals through spay and neuter programs. When we volunteered at the local county shelter we built outdoor enclosures and play yards for the dogs and cats. Currently, Friends takes animals into our own rescue site where we spay and neuter animals who are above 4 months old and then re-home the animals. When we have the available monies we also help those in need of financial assistance spay and neuter their personal pets. Our adoptable animals are offered with no adoption fee to approved homes, and we survive on the generous donations of our adopters and supporters.