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My name is BeBe - Sweet but cautious!

Facts about me

Domestic Shorthair
Gray or Blue (Mostly)
5 months old, Kitten
Pet ID
Hair Length

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with cats
Small blue checkmark Needs experienced adopter
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Meet BeBe-Sweet but cautious
This is BeBe. She is about 4+ months old. She was trapped and one of our volunteer's asked to work with her rather than release her back into a colony of 30-40 cats. She is loving and sweet and allows me to pick her up. She isn't a lap cat but loves sleeping right beside you. She is active and fun. Loves to play with the other kittens and her toys. She is healthy and is perfect at using her litter box.

We are looking for an experienced cat person. She is still afraid of quick actions so would not do well with little kids. We need someone who is patient and willing to take some adivce from the kitten lady who can bring out the best in most felines. Please, give BeBe a chance.

How did BeBe end up on Petfinder? Well, she was the first to be given to this shelter instead of being spayed and returned from whence she came. There are about 30+ cats and unknown amount of kittens in a man's home.

My foster mom says that the hoarder man is nice and he at least feeds the adult cats. But, my foster mom says that we need a home that is able to care for us and love on us. She said that there are people out there that would love to adopt a little baby girl like me. She is going to find a match for me.

I would like you to adopt one of my friends or hope you have a feline friend in your home because then I have someone to wrestle with. And then, when you go shopping or leave the house, I have a friend to play with so I don't get into trouble.

Please, send an email to and they will send you an email application. An adoption fee will apply.

Wilson Animal Rescue dba Wags and Whiskers Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
Taylor Mill, KY 41015

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

First, complete the online application and email the completed applicaiton to . The first step in our adoption process is to receive a completed on-line application. We will ask for a vet reference for cat or dog adoption. If the client lives in an apartment, the pet policy is confirmed with the landlord. Applications are normally procesed within 48 hours. If accepted, an appointment is made to go visit the foster home. Once accepted the person can normally adopt any of the pets in our program. If the client bonds with a pet, a contract is signed. Adoption fees vary by pet but is normally printed in the animal description.

Go meet their pets

To adopt from us, please email us at and we will email you the on-line application. Our rescues are housed in various foster homes in Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati so the first step in our adoption process is for you to complete the on-line application. Once we receive your application, we normally respond to you within 48 hours. If we have a good match, you are then invited to come over to the foster home/s and see if this is a forever match. We will ask for a vet reference for cat or dog adoption and we will do a home visit to check the fencing if you are interested in adopting a dog.

More about this rescue

We are a non-profit (501 (c)(3), group of foster family volunteers who strive to provide assistance for highly adoptable, unwanted, lost and neglected animals by providing humane education, veterinary care, animal rescue and by actively encouraging pet population control through spay and neuter. Once we take in a pet that has been surrendered, they go to a foster home to wait for their forever family. They live with our families, our pets, and our children. All of our pets are spayed or neutered before adoption or have such certificate to get it done for free. We also start immunizations on puppies and kittens at 8 weeks. We deworm, deflea, and treat for ear mites. We also Fel Leuk/FIV blood test our kitties and Heartworm test our dogs. All of our cats and kittens must be adopted as strictly indoor. All of our dogs and puppies must be adopted as a *housedog only and we do require a secure fenced in yard. No chains or outdoor kennels allowed. We do rescue work with pets because we value life. As humans we domesticated cats and dogs and our society needs to take ownership to treat them with respect. We also see a need to teach people the proper handling of pets and the value of spay/neuter. Pet ownership is a privilege and a life long commitment.