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Jesse

Bengal

Female, Adult
Riverside, CA
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(when grown) -
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Not good with dogs, Not good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
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You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website. Welcome to Act 2 Rescue where you become part of our A2R family. Adoption is an important time in your life and we are grateful to be a part of it. We take pride in offering you a personalized adoption experience with continuing behavioral support as needed. -Mindy Gould, CEO Hello,  I am a wonderful kitty but I prefer to be the center of my family's world so please just me in your home. Life has been hard, but I am incredibly loving and need affection. I prefer to come to you and love on you especially during computer time. I make a great companion and will sleep with you. I was originally found dumped at a park and starving in a high coyote area. I was rescued and stayed at A2R for a while until I trusted humans in 2021. I was fixed and rehomed to an amazing lady who is a nurse. We loved eachother dearly and I was the light of her life. Unfortunately her health became so severe we had to part and I am mourning my wonderful meowmy. I would like to find a home with someone who could use an ESA or companion as I need one too. I hope this will be my last time in a new home, it has been stressful and I will need some patience because I tend to hide right now but when you sit down, I am all over cuddling you.   Please help me feel loved and wanted again. My foster meowmy is helping me heal but only a forever home can really do the trick.  Love, Jesse PS.I am all ready for my new home! I have been seen by a veterinarian, had all shots I was able to get when I was sterilized or they checked my sterilization status and microchipped!  All I need now is you! I am currently living in a foster home and am fully litter trained. Act 2 Rescue will even help you make sure I am able to integrate into your human and pet family with their behavioral coaching support during the transition period. I can't wait to meet you so please fill out an application for me today and join the A2R family! _______________________________________________________________________  Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.Please be aware we are a small foster based rescue in Riverside, California. Our volunteers often have other jobs/careers as well. We are not a government funded shelter and all of our donations and adoption fees are used to run the rescue and help the animals in our care. Since we are no kill, higher fees for in demand breeds help us cover critical care.  We are always in need of volunteers, donations, and fosters. Please excuse any wait times as we are often inundated with emergencies or short staffed. You can learn more about us on our website https://act2rescue.org or at www.allmylinks.com/act2rescue    Steps 1-2  of the ADOPTION PROCESS must be done before we do OFFICIAL MEET & GREETS or take deposits.  To keep animals healthy,  we limit  foster based meet & greets  to people fully qualified to adopt them.   No animals can be held without a $75 deposit. Deposits cannot be refunded if you change your mind, they are to hold a cat and can result in other adopters being told they cannot adopt. ADOPTION PROCESS: 1.  Application:  Log into our website and complete the adoption application at link below: Applications :  Forms (rescuegroups.org) 2. Virtual Home Check: Once your application is approved, check back if you haven't been scheduled for a virtual home check within 48 hours.  A virtual home check to ensure safety of your residence for your kitty (not perfect cleanliness). You will be told during the visit if you pass.  3. Official meet & greet with your kitty at an adoption event, foster care, or adoption center depending on location of the kitty.   We only have a few  volunteers,  so we apologize at times we fall behind due to high demand of some cats.  5. Sign adoption contract and, if appropriate, foster to adopt clause. 6. Pay adoption fee via zelle using act2rescue@gmail.com (not our phone number) or using cash. We can accept cards at adoption events but the terminal charges fees that are pretty high so it's not the best option.  7. Take your kitty home. Be sure to isolate kitty while they adjust to your home. We may check in from time to time to be sure you do not need any additional support because we love hearing how our kitties are doing. As volunteer staff, happy stories are literally our paycheck.  8. Check out our website https://act2rescue.org for resources, blogs and info on how to best take care of your new kitty. Our professional behavior coach is available via text to assist you with transition as well. We also have a Facebook group to interact with our behavior coach and other kitten care experts, as well as our A2R family like you! ****Please note, we do not have dedicated staff for phone lines so please text instead of calling. If the cat/kitten is listed, they are available. However, they could have pending applications or meet and greets scheduled. Filling out an application and approval does not obligate you to adopt the kitty. If they are not a fit...we have plenty of other kitties for adoption. This kitty has received at least two FVCRP vaccines, rabies if over 4 months, Revolution for fleas/ticks/heartworms/stomach parasites/ear mites, de-wormer, sterilization*, and microchip (you must register for it to work but it's free).  All kitties are given a general wellness check by a veterinarian prior to sterilization.  Deposits: The only way we can hold a kitty is with a non-refundable (if you decide not to adopt within 2 weeks not if we void the adoption) deposit of $75. We reserve the right to void the adoption up until the point the contract is signed. If we cancel the adoption (for kitty health or other issues) we will refund your deposit. If you wait longer than 2 weeks, we cannot hold the kitty due to space constraints. Your deposit could be used on another kitty. If you decide not to adopt at all, any deposit will go to the care of animals rescued with us and may be written off as a donation.   Foster to Adopt: Kittens must be 2 lbs or 8 weeks and fixed to be adopted. This will be noted in the approximate available date. If a kitty is unable to be fixed in a timely manner, they may foster to adopt. This would be all adoption paperwork and donations would be exchanged and the kitten would go home. Adoption paperwork will have a clause that it is not final until animal is sterilized.  Once the sterilization appointment arrives you must bring them in to be sterilized or the animal will have to be returned to the rescue. You may also have them sterilized on your own and show proof to the rescue. Once sterilized the adoption will be complete. We normally do not do these in this manner but due to extreme situations they may arise. Final health checks are done during sterilization. Any unknown health issues would also allow you to choose a different cat.   Failure to comply with sterilization will result in returning the animal to us without refund of donations. Breeds:  We cannot guarantee breed but do our best to identify possible breeds based on their appearancxe and personality. If you DNA test your furry friend, let us know the results. It is fun to see what the kitty actually is and how close our guess is. Please know not all DNA companies test for all breeds and the science is still catching up so it may adjust later to have breeds we saw. We like to know so we can improve our analysis too.   We cannot guarantee health but go to great lengths to have healthy kitties. Kitties do not live in a cattery but in private fosters for this reason.  Snap Testing: We do not test for FELV/FIV in healthy animals as it is often incorrect in animals under 6 months and can be a false positive. False negatives also give a false sense of security. These tests are best done if an animal is unhealthy to determine disease.  https://www.uwsheltermedicine.com/library/resources/why-are-some-shelters-no-longer-testing-all-cats-for-felv-and-fiv May 23, 2024, 2:46 pm
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TAFFY & RINGO ARE A GOOD PAIR

Bengal

Female, Young
Newport Beach, CA
Size
(when grown) -
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Not good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
A Great Pair To Choose!Taffy likes to Cuddle - Taffy has a brown muzzle and her brother Ringo looks similar, but has a white face. When we first met Taffy, she was very reserved and uncertain about her new home. She has blossomed and is super affectionate. Once she gets to know you and feels safe, she will be affectionate with you, too. Basically, Taffy likes to get to know you before she falls head over heels for you! She will be slow to greet strangers. But if the guests give her some playtime with interactive toys she begins playing and forgets the people she didn’t know.  She is very quiet yet very curious and smart. Taffy plays and cuddles with both of her brothers.  Taffy would be happy in a home without children or dogs. A quiet house is best for her.  STEPS TO ADOPTION:  I'm DiAnna and I can help you with information and arrange a meeting in the caregiver’s home.  However, we like to get to know the potential adopter before formalizing an application to discover if the cat of interest is a good fit. Some cats like getting all the attention and do best with people at home, some don't want to live with other cats and some don't like dogs and children. We want everyone to be happy! I know all the cats in our network and can speak with you about your search after I get to know you.  COVID has changed the way we do things so the interview process starts with you sharing in your inquiry about yourself, others in the home or others that visit regularly, current pets and about the ones that you have had in the past and where they are now. Your work schedule is important, and what lifestyle you plan for your pet; indoor only, indoor, but allowed out sometimes, indoor / outdoor.  I look forward to hearing from you and getting to know you. I am available to speak with you by phone and help you with your search but after you introduce yourself.    Then we proceed to a formal application and we accept short video clips of yourself, others in the home and the areas of your home that the cat will have access to.  A LITTLE ABOUT US: “We Specialize in “Pet-quality, Friendly, Sociable Cats and Kittens that Live in Private Homes with People That Love Them!” You, too, could become a foster parent to a cat, or a kitten litter! Just ask! It is super rewarding and a nice way to get to know cats before you adopt! Community Animal Network believes that all young beings enjoy the action of playing with another. Kittens adopted in pairs with their BFF or, “equal energy playmate” are happiest when having friends to play with. Just like all young beings rough and tumble together making it fun to watch, too.  This kitty is being cared for by Community Animal Network, a non-profit organization founded by DiAnna Pfaff-Martin in 1996. C.A.N is a veterinary medical rescue with a vet internship program for aspiring veterinarians as young as 15 years old. The founder of Community Animal Network, DiAnna Pfaff-Martin, is very particular about the quality of raising the kittens with vitamins, proper diet. A board-certified feline specialist provides the animals with their veterinary medical care and Community Animal Network offers veterinary internships to young people as young as 15 that have aspirations of becoming a vet.  Feral kittens are tamed to "pet quality" and rescue cats that are shy are disclosed and termed, "rescue quality" with a lower placement fee. With all adoptions DiAnna Pfaff-Martin gives valuable information about cat care in a "feline pet-parenting consultation" to adopters. The most current information is made available about how to keep your cat healthy, pet foods, litters and how to make your cat more affectionate and her specialty is teaching, “How To Make Cats Happy!” The AVID microchip is implanted in every cat and the chips’ registration fee is included in the adoption and the animals come with a 30-day heath commitment and return policy. To donate to help local animals, use our PayPal link: www.PayPal.Me/CommunityAnimal Or Mail A Check with a Note! We love to get to know our donors: Community Animal Network P.O. Box 8662 Newport Beach, CA 92658 www.communityanimalnetwork.org      August 14, 2023, 12:02 am
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RINGO KNOWS HE IS A STAR!

Bengal

Male, Young
Newport Beach, CA
Size
(when grown) -
Details
Not good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Friendly and OutgoingRingo is the first to greet strangers and he has a white face and his sister Taffy has a brown muzzle. Ringo knows he is a star! He is all about being the first to be noticed and get in the action and has the most outgoing personality.  He is very affectionate and likes to cuddle and sleep next to you.  He is incredibly curious, intelligent and is super playful.  He loves all types of toys and likes to jump and climb.  He has a lot of energy so pairing him up with a playmate is good. His sister Taffy lets him lead the way and we think she would pair well with Ringo. STEPS TO ADOPTION:  I'm DiAnna and I can help you with information and arrange a meeting in the caregiver’s home.  However, we like to get to know the potential adopter before formalizing an application to discover if the cat of interest is a good fit. Some cats like getting all the attention and do best with people at home, some don't want to live with other cats and some don't like dogs and children. We want everyone to be happy! I know all the cats in our network and can speak with you about your search after I get to know you.  COVID has changed the way we do things so the interview process starts with you sharing in your inquiry about yourself, others in the home or others that visit regularly, current pets and about the ones that you have had in the past and where they are now. Your work schedule is important, and what lifestyle you plan for your pet; indoor only, indoor, but allowed out sometimes, indoor / outdoor.  I look forward to hearing from you and getting to know you. I am available to speak with you by phone and help you with your search but after you introduce yourself.    Then we proceed to a formal application and we accept short video clips of yourself, others in the home and the areas of your home that the cat will have access to.  A LITTLE ABOUT US: “We Specialize in “Pet-quality, Friendly, Sociable Cats and Kittens that Live in Private Homes with People That Love Them!” You, too, could become a foster parent to a cat, or a kitten litter! Just ask! It is super rewarding and a nice way to get to know cats before you adopt! Community Animal Network believes that all young beings enjoy the action of playing with another. Kittens adopted in pairs with their BFF or, “equal energy playmate” are happiest when having friends to play with. Just like all young beings rough and tumble together making it fun to watch, too.  This kitty is being cared for by Community Animal Network, a non-profit organization founded by DiAnna Pfaff-Martin in 1996. C.A.N is a veterinary medical rescue with a vet internship program for aspiring veterinarians as young as 15 years old. The founder of Community Animal Network, DiAnna Pfaff-Martin, is very particular about the quality of raising the kittens with vitamins, proper diet. A board-certified feline specialist provides the animals with their veterinary medical care and Community Animal Network offers veterinary internships to young people as young as 15 that have aspirations of becoming a vet.  Feral kittens are tamed to "pet quality" and rescue cats that are shy are disclosed and termed, "rescue quality" with a lower placement fee. With all adoptions DiAnna Pfaff-Martin gives valuable information about cat care in a "feline pet-parenting consultation" to adopters. The most current information is made available about how to keep your cat healthy, pet foods, litters and how to make your cat more affectionate and her specialty is teaching, “How To Make Cats Happy!” The AVID microchip is implanted in every cat and the chips’ registration fee is included in the adoption and the animals come with a 30-day heath commitment and return policy. To donate to help local animals, use our PayPal link: www.PayPal.Me/CommunityAnimal Or Mail A Check with a Note! We love to get to know our donors: Community Animal Network P.O. Box 8662 Newport Beach, CA 92658 www.communityanimalnetwork.org      August 14, 2023, 12:02 am
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BEATLE - Long Hair Marble Bengal Tabby-Look

Bengal

Male, Young
Newport Beach, CA
Size
(when grown) -
Details
Not good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Highly Playful and Adventure SeekingBeatle is very affectionate and loves to cuddle any chance he can get. He is very sweet and has a gentle disposition.  He loves to be touched and played with.  He is incredibly active and very playful, with tons of energy. Beatle plays equally well with all his siblings and could be paired with either one. He has an even temperament with a reserved personality.  He loves to discover new territory and pretends that he is hunting around.  He also likes to climb, jump, and play with any kind of toy.  He will make a great family addition. STEPS TO ADOPTION:  I'm DiAnna and I can help you with information and arrange a meeting in the caregiver’s home.  However, we like to get to know the potential adopter before formalizing an application to discover if the cat of interest is a good fit. Some cats like getting all the attention and do best with people at home, some don't want to live with other cats and some don't like dogs and children. We want everyone to be happy! I know all the cats in our network and can speak with you about your search after I get to know you.  COVID has changed the way we do things so the interview process starts with you sharing in your inquiry about yourself, others in the home or others that visit regularly, current pets and about the ones that you have had in the past and where they are now. Your work schedule is important, and what lifestyle you plan for your pet; indoor only, indoor, but allowed out sometimes, indoor / outdoor.  I look forward to hearing from you and getting to know you. I am available to speak with you by phone and help you with your search but after you introduce yourself.    Then we proceed to a formal application and we accept short video clips of yourself, others in the home and the areas of your home that the cat will have access to.  A LITTLE ABOUT US: “We Specialize in “Pet-quality, Friendly, Sociable Cats and Kittens that Live in Private Homes with People That Love Them!” You, too, could become a foster parent to a cat, or a kitten litter! Just ask! It is super rewarding and a nice way to get to know cats before you adopt! Community Animal Network believes that all young beings enjoy the action of playing with another. Kittens adopted in pairs with their BFF or, “equal energy playmate” are happiest when having friends to play with. Just like all young beings rough and tumble together making it fun to watch, too.  This kitty is being cared for by Community Animal Network, a non-profit organization founded by DiAnna Pfaff-Martin in 1996. C.A.N is a veterinary medical rescue with a vet internship program for aspiring veterinarians as young as 15 years old. The founder of Community Animal Network, DiAnna Pfaff-Martin, is very particular about the quality of raising the kittens with vitamins, proper diet. A board-certified feline specialist provides the animals with their veterinary medical care and Community Animal Network offers veterinary internships to young people as young as 15 that have aspirations of becoming a vet.  Feral kittens are tamed to "pet quality" and rescue cats that are shy are disclosed and termed, "rescue quality" with a lower placement fee. With all adoptions DiAnna Pfaff-Martin gives valuable information about cat care in a "feline pet-parenting consultation" to adopters. The most current information is made available about how to keep your cat healthy, pet foods, litters and how to make your cat more affectionate and her specialty is teaching, “How To Make Cats Happy!” The AVID microchip is implanted in every cat and the chips’ registration fee is included in the adoption and the animals come with a 30-day heath commitment and return policy. To donate to help local animals, use our PayPal link: www.PayPal.Me/CommunityAnimal Or Mail A Check with a Note! We love to get to know our donors: Community Animal Network P.O. Box 8662 Newport Beach, CA 92658 www.communityanimalnetwork.org      August 14, 2023, 12:02 am
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Jamie

Bengal

Male, Adult
Newport Beach, CA
Size
(when grown) -
Details
Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Beautiful 3 year old Silver Bengal Tabby Jamie is currently in a foster home, but now needs to find a permanent home. He is described as super loving and sweet, a truly forever friend. He loves to sleep by your side and definitely requires a lot of love and attention. He is a vocal kitty and seems to have a lot to say! Do you have room in your heart for this very sweet boy? He is perfectly litter-trained and a wonderful active young adult kitty. Jamie is shy when he first meets you, but warms up quickly. He will follow you around the house and be your constant companion! For more info, call or text DiAnna at 949-759-3646 or email at DiAnna@animalnetwork.org. Jamie is being cared for by Community Animal Network, a non-profit organization founded by DiAnna Pfaff-Martin in 1996. C.A.N is a veterinary medical rescue that takes in stray cats and abandoned animals and helps rehabilitate them for life in forever homes.   To donate to help cats like Jamie, use our PayPal link: www.PayPal.Me/CommunityAnimal Or Mail checks to: Community Animal Network P.O. Box 8662 Newport Beach, CA 92658       August 14, 2023, 12:02 am

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Act 2 Rescue

Riverside, CA 92503

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Let Them Be Little Feline Rescue

San Jacinto, CA 92582

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34.8 miles

Animal Network of Orange County

P.O. Box 8662, Newport Beach, CA 92658

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Animal Network of Orange County

P.O. Box 8662, Newport Beach, CA 92658

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P.O. Box 8662, Newport Beach, CA 92658

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Animal Network of Orange County

P.O. Box 8662, Newport Beach, CA 92658

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Kitten Rescue

3519 Casitas Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90039

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