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Domestic Longhair kittens & cats in Daytona Beach, Florida

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Tequila

Domestic Longhair

Female, Adult
Ormond Beach, FL
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Not good with kids, Good with dogs, Not good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
I adopted Tequila from Community Cats of Palm Coast as a kitten. She is very sweet with me and loves to play fetch with her little puffy balls. When she was 2 I adopted a male kitten to keep her company while I was at work. They got along fine. Last year I was asked to take in a small female kitten whose owner had passed away. It has been a difficult transition for Tequila and now she has become unhappy with both of the other cats in the home. I have worked with my vet as well as a feline behaviorist and the conclusion is that she wants to be the queen, not a member of a pack. So I think if you can only love one cat, Tequila would love you back. She was fine with my little female dachshund who passed away last year. She is not a fan of small children. But she is sweet, loves to trill and purr and rub up against you. And while I know it is very hard to let her go, I also know that it is definitely the right thing for her.
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Taylor Kit (owner abandoned )

Domestic Longhair

Female, 12 yrs 1 mo
port Orange, FL
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Good with kids, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
814-806-4076 ADOPT TAYLOR KIT! Long haired kitty who needs a great home! This adoption is NOT through Furry Nation Salvation and is a Courtesy Post. Please call the individual listed below with any further questions or to set up a time to meet the pet. Thank you.Please call/text this number if interested: 814-806-4076 Cat located in this city: Daytona Beach Cat’s Name: Taylor Kit Cat’s Age & Sex: 12, Female Cat’s vetting history (spayed/neutered, vaccinated, microchipped): Spayed, microchipped, vaccinated Animals story: (where found and reason for wanting to rehome): Taylor Kit was found outside my home before Thankgiving in rough shape. She was emaciated and and needed some love and care. Her previous owner was found, he abandoned her and refused to give her medical attention when it was desperately needed. I have nursed her back to health and she is ready for her forever home. Personality (shy, social, likes to be held, lap cat? Likes or dislikes): Taylor is an independent girl, who loves people and grows to tolerate other cats. She loves to play, eat cat nip, cuddle and use her scratcher. She is sweet, easy to care for girl and quiet. YouTube link to a video of her. Copy and paste this into your browser to view : https://youtube.com/shorts/DbfU6nGmljA?feature=share Any Supplies that go with pet (food, litter, leash, cat box, bedding, toys): She will come woth a scratcher, box of clumping litter, litter box, bed and several months of her medication for her bowel regulation (1/2 tab daily, 2 month supply is $10). What food is the cat eating (dry only, dry and wet): She prefers dry food but like churu type treats. :::::::::::Please know that cats need canned wet food given DAILY. Why? Because cats have a low thirst drive and actually NEED the moisture from the wet food! Wet food is 75 % water (dry FOOD only 10%) and giving them wet food daily will help them avoid Urinary tract issues (which can lead to litter box avoidance), kidney disease, obesity issues linked to diabetes and cardiac issues. You will save on vet bills too! Limit the overly processed dry food and ensure cat eats all the wet food daily. At the VERY minimum each cat should get one 3oz. can of wet food a day or HALF of a 5.5oz. can a day (although we recommend double this). :::::::::::: More info here: FurryNationSalvation.Org/wetfood IF YOU WANT TO ADOPT: 1) Please show up with a cat carrier 2) Small adoption fee of: $15 3) I will call/text one month from adoption day just to make sure everything is going well 4) Please show up with your Driver's License. 5) Information sheet will be filled out (your information as well as mine) *Please know, that when you bring your newly adopted cat or kitten home, it is always BEST to place him/her in a very small room (bathroom works great) with their litter box, food, water, and bed for a few days to a few weeks. This way the animal can adjust much quicker and get acclimated to the new environment with less stress. All cats/kittens need time to adjust, so if you adopt please allow this. Thank you. Call/text me if interested in this kitty: 814-806-4076 YouTube link to a video of her. Copy and paste this into your browser to view : https://youtube.com/shorts/DbfU6nGmljA?feature=share
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Ella

Domestic Longhair

Female, Adult
Palm Coast, FL
Size
(when grown) -
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Not good with cats, Needs experienced adopter, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Ella is a beautiful sweet soul. My mother is in hospice and I cannot take her cat. We need to rehome her in a calm home as she is skidding until she feels safe. She was totally fine with the dogs, but didn’t do well with other cats. She has also be fine with people. She needs a very patient and loving person to take her and she will be an amazing companion. We have a couple of cat trees, toys and food we will send with her to get her new owner set up for success.

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Domestic Longhair shelters & rescues in Daytona Beach, Florida

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8.1 miles

Furry Nation Salvation

Poinciana Ave, port Orange, FL 32127

Pet Types: cats, dogs, small animals

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18 miles

Edgewater Animal Shelter

605 MANGO TREE DR, Edgewater, FL 32132

Pet Types: cats, dogs, rabbits, small animals

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18 miles

Edgewater Animal Shelter

605 MANGO TREE DR, Edgewater, FL 32132

Pet Types: cats, dogs, rabbits, small animals

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Shelter

24.1 miles

West Volusia Humane Society DBA New Hope Animal Shelter

800 Humane Society Rd, Deland, FL 32720

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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Shelter

25.1 miles

Flagler Humane Society

1 Shelter Drive, Palm Coast, FL 32137

Pet Types: cats, birds, dogs, rabbits, reptiles, small animals

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Rescue

35.1 miles

Pet Rescue By Judy

401 South Laurel Avenue, Sanford, FL 32771

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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Rescue

40.8 miles

Cats Can Inc

P.O. Box 622543, Oviedo, FL 32762

Pet Types: cats

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Rescue

40.8 miles

Cats Can Inc

P.O. Box 622543, Oviedo, FL 32762

Pet Types: cats

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Rescue

40.8 miles

Cats Can Inc

P.O. Box 622543, Oviedo, FL 32762

Pet Types: cats

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Rescue

42.4 miles

Five Friends Animal Rescue, Inc

TITUSVILLE, FL 32796

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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