My family most probably purchased me from a backyard breeder and I was then quickly “discarded” when I was diagnosed with hereditary laryngeal paralysis, a genetic disease often found in my breed. This condition affects the airway and can be life threatening. Lucky for me, Save-A-Pet rescued me and paid for the surgery I desperately needed. I am now looking for a family that will foster me until I can get neutered and then adopt me. Can’t wait to meet them and start my new life.
PS: Oh and if you can make a little donation towards the costs of my surgery, this would be great.
He about 4 months old, up-to-date on shots (incl. rabies), tested negative for heartworm and on preventative and microchipped.
Why fit the mold, right? Look at my cute little left ear, it gives me a special look that goes very well with my super sweet personality. I enjoy lounging in these big donut beds, you know the kind where you plop yourself down and you never want to get out? No worries because if someone comes over, I will immediately get up, meow a little to introduce myself and then of course I expect people to pet me. What I’m really looking forward is for someone to go beyond just the petting and take me home.
She is about 14 years old, spayed, up-to-date on routine shots (incl. rabies), tested negative for FIV, feline leukemia and heartworm and microchipped.
While walk-ins are welcome, adoptions are by appointments only to ensure we have the staff available to help adopters. For information and/or to complete an online application, please visit www.saveapetil.org/adopt