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My name is Callie!

Posted 1 year ago | Updated 1 year ago

Adoption process
1

Submit Application

2

Approve Application

3

Meet the Pet

4

Pay Fee

5

Take the Pet Home

Adoption fee: $45.00

This covers all of Of Cats & Prey Inc's costs to prepare Callie for adoption.

My basic info

Breed
Calico
Color
Calico or Dilute Calico
Age
6 years 4 months old, Adult
Sex
Female
Pet ID
Hair Length
short

My details

Alert icon Not good with cats
Checkmark in teal circle Shots current
Checkmark in teal circle Spayed / Neutered

My story

Here's what the humans have to say about me:

Callie is a beautiful calico who was surrendered to us. She loves people and attention, but Callie cannot be adopted out to home with other cats as she is very aggressive to other cats. Callie is also looking for a sponsor until she can be adopted
Rescue
Of Cats & Prey Inc

Contact info

Pet ID
Contact
Carissa Pulice
Address
3951 US Highway 33 E, Glenville, WV 26351

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

We have adoption applications based on the type of pet being adopted that need to be filled out by the potential adopter.

2.

Approve Application

We check that all the answers are satisfactory and with the vet listed on the application

3.

Meet the Pet

You can either come to our shelter or to one of our adoption events to meet the cat or other pet your interested in adopting.

4.

Pay Fee

Before taking your pet home you will need to pay the adoption fee.

5.

Take the Pet Home

Additional adoption info

After the potential adopter has meet the cat or other animal and if all goes well they pay the adoption fee and take their new family member home.

Adoption application

Go meet their pets

3951 US Highway 33 E
Glenville, WV 26351

More about this rescue

We started the organization Of Cats & Prey because Glenville, where we live, has a massive problem with stray and homeless cats and we just can't stand to see them being treated like this. We take in surrendered cats and trap the "wild" cats and get them vet checked, spayed or neutered, and anything else they need. Then we try our best to find them loving homes. We also take in small animals and reptiles that can no longer be taken care of or that are unwanted for a number of reasons, and we adopt these out as well