(when grown) -
Spayed or Neutered,
Personality: calm, friendly, shy, snuggly
'Tis the season to be merry, and Mr. Douglas Fur is the sweetest, gentlest boy you could ever hope to meet. Though he can be shy at first, once he gets comfortable with you all he wants is to curl up for snuggles, make biscuits on your leg, and roll over for some belly rubs. He has huge paws, a glorious soft coat and majestic whiskers and makes a world-class cuddle buddy. Douglas has been through a lot, including having his tail recently amputated due to injury, so he is understandably taking his time to become confident in his new surroundings. But he takes it all in stride, and every day he gets a little more brave and adventurous. Douglas would do great with a patient adopter who can give him a calm space to explore on his own schedule, and all the affection he deserves. This amazing boy has a ton of love to give. Are you the lucky human to get that love? Apply today to meet Douglas!
You can see more Douglas cuteness on Instagram @kristinndc
If you are interested in meeting a dog or cat, we require an adoption application. If the animal has "HAS APPLICATION" listed, they are still available to receive additional applications but also may be in the process of being adopted soon. Apply for a CAT: https://www.citydogsrescuedc.org/adoptable-cats.html
City Dogs & City Kitties Rescue is a foster-based rescue in Washington, DC. We do not have a shelter. CDCK has a thorough adoption process to find the best possible fit for each of our dogs and cats.
Upon accepting a new cat or dog into the organization, we provide a basic vet visit that includes necessary vaccinations, disease screenings, deworming, microchips, and spay/neuter for dogs six months and older. We do not provide a comprehensive medical exam before adoption. As a result, sickness, injury, and disability may exist unbeknownst to CDCK. City Dogs & City Kitties Rescue is not responsible for payment of any vet care, including known and unknown medical conditions once a cat or dog is adopted from us.
Cat specific vetting: Rabies, FVRCP. Cats are tested for FIV and FeLV, when age appropriate, but not when born to a FELV/FIV negative mother in foster care.
Kittens have age-appropriate vetting to date, which includes deworming, microchip, and the first FVRCP vaccine. Kittens born in care to a negative mother will not receive a FIV/FeLV test. An adopter will need to agree to cover costs of spay/neuter when he/she is age-appropriate (usually 16-20 weeks) and will need to continue his/her kitten vaccines (including rabies) as he/she grows older. Kittens under 12 weeks of age must be adopted in pairs or to a home with friendly resident feline. They will not be considered as singles.