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|Rescue Me ID: 17-05-04-00412Tipper (male)|
Tipper is a great friend. He is accustom to being around dogs, cats, and even small animals such as rabbits and guinea pigs. Some cats dislike him due to him being a dominant but aloof male, but he has been living with 4 other male and female cats without altercations other than him being a typical Russian Blue and chasing another cat from time to time. He will eat out of the dogs food bowls and has no boundaries as to what is 'his' space in a home. He is good with kids but just prefers to wander the house and come sleep in your lap.
Bucks County Allentown, PA MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 17-01-19-00377GRACIE/ LAP CAT (female)|
Meet Gracie! Words can not describe how affectionate and loving she is with people! She purrs a lot, rubs on your legs and loves to give nose kisses, as soon as you sit down she is on your lap, purring and asking to be petted. Gracie is a young 2 years old Domestic Short gray tabby mix girl. She has a very soft plush fur and loves to be brushed. Her fur has a nice gray, silver, blue coloring with some tabby strips. Gracie is very smart, social and loves people. Hi my name is Gracie, check out my very soft beautiful plush coat. I am very affectionate cat who loves to be petted. I will follow you around everywhere in the house. If you like working on your computer, you will find me wanting to sit on your lap as you work, that is if you can. If you are relaxing on the couch I will lay on your lap purring. I also respond with a very soft meow when you call me. I love sunny windows to lay on and very easy going relaxed but at the same time playful girl. I am very affectionate and friendly. I am very easy to care for and don't ask for much, just a nice loving home with soft blanket to lay on, good food and perhaps a cat tree or scratching post - would be nice. I am always go with a flow kind of girl! I am the most intelligent cat you ever met. I enjoy conversations with people, and with my facial expressions, people swear I am like a human or a dog I am very loving, very snuggly. I love people and not afraid of strangers, I greet everyone. I am a very intelligent, affectionate playful girl, who enjoys a feather wand or few little toys to play around with. I have a nice silver coat and big very expressive eyes, I am lean and a very elegant girl. I will greet you at the door, find a quiet seat next to you, or fetch a toy at playtime. Contact my foster mom to learn more about me and meet me. I am just such a great affectionate companion. Gracie is up-to-date on all shots: Distemper, Rabies. Tested negative for Felv/FIV. Spayed. Microchiped. Litter box trained. Likes to use scratching post and cat tree. Contact 610-324-4726 or firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about this kitty. Adoption Process INCLUDED IN ADOPTION: All out cat(s) and kitten(s) are vaccinated (Distemper, Rabies shots), Spayed/Neutered, tested for FIV/FeLV, microchiped, dewormed and deflead prior to Adoption. OUR ADOPTION FEES: $95.00 per kitten/young cat (under 1 year old) x $160.00 for a pair of kittens $85.00 per adult cat (over 1 year old) x $150.00 for a pair Thanks for your interest in adopting your future friend! All of our cats and kittens are housed in individual loving foster homes (not a shelter). Please contact us if you have any questions regarding our cats or kittens and to fill out an Adoption Application, which our adoption coordinator will email to you. If you have any questions, please email us: email@example.com (Less)
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Bucks County Richboro, PA 18954 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-10-29-00065Fawn (female)|
Fawn is mostly Russian Blue but I doubt she's a purebred. She's very small (been between 7 and 9 pounds since I've had her) and is around 9 years old. Once she gets to trust you, she's extremely sweet, friendly, and playful. She seeks me out all the time for attention and sits on my lap quite a bit. She's one of the sweetest cats I've ever known and it pains me to list her but I don't know what else to do. The short version is that she's had issues with one of our other long term cats and it appears to be causing her eating/bathroom issues. ----------------------------- I took fawn in from a possibly abusive household about three years ago. Her initial owner moved to an apartment that didn't allow cats and she was left with a family member that didn't want her and seemed to treat her poorly. I think a lot of her anxiety comes from that period in her life. I was asked if I would take her in or else she was going to the pound. She hid at first but almost immediately came out to see me after I stayed out of range and waited for her. ----------------------------- At first she lived with me and only one other cat with no issues (other than being a bit skittish), but was eventually introduced to our other two cats that we'd had for many years. One of the other two cats was aggressive towards her and the second one soon joined in on harassing her. As a result, she started having bathroom problems (she didn't want to have to trek accross the apartment for the bathroom and get jumped by the two cats). I started punishing the two cats that were bothering her and they eventually mostly stopped. Those issues were eventually mitigated at the old one story condo I lived in but we moved to a one story house with a basement and moved the litter/food down there. She's was mostly good but started vomiting a lot lately. ----------------------------- We took her to the vet for blood tests and a checkup and he found nothing. He said she's very healthy and other than the weight loss (from about 9 pounds to 7) doesn't really show any issues whatsoever. She recently peed on a bathmat and later on the bathroom floor in the same day so we quarantined her with a litter box and food/water in the bathroom and went back to the vet. He gave us some antibiotics in case of a UTI and she stayed in the bathroom for ten days. The entire time she was quarantined she didn't have any issues whatsoever. She put back on a half pound of weight, didn't miss the litter box, and didn't vomit once. We let her out after ten days and she almost immediately started vomiting and peed on our door mat twice. We put her back in the bathroom away from the other cats for a couple weeks and she had no issues again. ----------------------------- It really comes down to the fact that she can't deal with animals (or probably humans) that want to be aggressive with her. We have a couple larger very calm dogs and they don't seem to bother her at all. One of our cats is fine leaving her alone but two of them cry, meow, and stare every time they cross eachother and that still causes her to have issues eating and using the bathroom properly. Since the food and litter are in the basement, I think she worries about getting cornered down there. She waits until she's very hungry to eat and ends up eating too much, then she vomits it all back up and loses weight. She waits until she really has to go to the bathroom and ends up doing it somewhere inappropriate. ----------------------------- When she has easy, no stress access to those resources she behaves perfectly and is a wonderful companion. I do not recommend taking Fawn if you have energetic, aggressive animals. I also don't think that she'd do well with small curious children that wouldn't be able to give her space. Ideally, I think she'd do best in a house with no other pets (or at least very non-aggressive pets) and mostly older kids/adults. I could see her doing extremely well in an elderly or disabled person's house. If you are looking for a single cat, I think she'd be perfectly happy without other animals. If you are calm with her, she's a great lap cat with a ton of affection to give. ----------------------------- Fawn is current on all her shots. I can have our vet forward her info (including the recent blood tests) to yours at any point. She eats dry food at our house but we had a potential rescuer ask us to try wet food and she had no issues. Please contact me with any questions. (Less)
Blair County Tyrone, PA MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-05-26-00184Toby (male)|
Toby is a handsome, big boy who's the sweetest cat to humans, not a mean bone in his body. With other cats he use to be very dominant but now he seems to have really chilled out after he got fixed. I have a young male kitten who's his son that he loves to play with and he doesn't show any aggression. A couple of my other cats like to hang out with him too. He was a stray that my neighbor brought to me. I think somebody moved out and threw him out on the street. I took him to the vet and they tested him and all tests were negative. I got him neutered and he has all his shots and parasite treatments. He's been ear tipped. I don't know how old he is, probably 3 or 4. He's a beautiful cat with a small white fur patch on his chest and two white fur patches on his belly. He loves when you wrestle with him or wave his string toy around so he can chase it or simply laying on the floor near you where he can watch you. He's a talker. I love Toby very much but I need to find him a forever home because I have too many cats. If you adopt Toby then you have to agree to not get him declawed. He's really good with his claws, he's never tried to scratch me. Toby is a wonderful cat and I will only let him be adopted if I feel confident you will give him a loving home. If Toby doesn't work out in your home you can always return him to me. Come check Toby out, he will steal your heart with his big green eyes! (Less)
Berks County Reading, PA MAP IT!
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Russian Blue Cats can make good pets in Pennsylvania if they match your IifestyIe. The Russian Blue is a gray-blue, short-haired cat. Russian Blues are smart, devoted cats that make wonderful, loyal companions. Russian Blues love attention but can do well by themselves also. Russian Blues are exceptionally good with children. This breed also does well with other pets.
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