My name is Bonnie!

Posted 1 year ago

My basic info

Domestic Shorthair
Brown Tabby
4 years 7 months old, Adult
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My details

Checkmark in teal circle Shots current
Checkmark in teal circle Spayed / Neutered

My story

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

Bonnie came to us a couple years ago and just kind of had a slow journey with a couple different fosters. She’s been pretty friendly for a while, however, she was in a situation at first, where she kind of stayed off in the distance in a room with some other cats that weren’t quite as friendly. We transferred her last fall to a foster home where she could learn to be a kitty cat. She is doing fabulous and is the perfect coworker; we her!🙂
Bonnie has been to a couple vets as well because she had a limp. Her leg had previously dislocated and fused to her body wall. A surgeon at the VCA said to leave it alone and as long as she was walking, it would be fine, that if we did any type of surgery, it would likely cause some discomfort and arthritis down the road. We think her swagger (limp) is kind of adorable. It’s very slight.
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The Euclid Beach Cat Project

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Adoption Fees: Cats $85 domestic and $150 and up exotic, kittens $100 domestic and $150 and up exotic. Pair discounts available.

Cats are vaccinated up to date, wormed, flea treated, tested for FIV/Leukemia (sibling/self/mother), and spay/neutered

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We have adoptable at five local Pet Valu locations: Brecksville, Parma, Shaker Hts, South Euclid, and Twinsburg. Stop by and check them out!

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We are showcasing cats at Petco in Steelyard. Stop in anytime to meet our current resident kitties.

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More about this rescue

The Euclid Beach Cat Project is a 501(c)(3), non profit rescue group. We take in, socialize, vet and adopt out cats and kittens, as well as trap-neuter-return (TNR) and manage feral colonies. There are so many homeless, abandoned and vulnerable cats and kittens needing homes, medical care and to be spayed/neutered. We try to help as many cats find a home as we can. If they are feral, we practice TNR and make sure either a caregiver or someone with this rescue continues to provide for them.

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