Gunner – Adopted

Gunner – Adopted
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Due to my heart murmur, it will be some months before I am available for adoption and the rescue will be following vet recommendations for me going forward for getting fixed

My favorite thing to do is Run, play, and chase everything that moves.

What makes me special is that I was found at a school by a wonderful teacher, with a badly damaged foot which caused me to have my toe removed. While at the vet, they found I had an URI and a Grade 4 Heart Murmur. Can a guy catch a break? Because of the heart murmur, I am going to be in the rescue for a while before I can be neutered, to ensure the risk to my heart is not too great. I am super talkative and love other animals. Cats, dogs, you name it. If they’ll play with me, I’ll play with them!

I want my new owner to know I am super loving and playful. I will play with anything and everything, even your toes! I like to bite your toes if you’re not paying enough attention to me. I do get tired easily, this is a side effect of my heart murmur, but I don’t let it stop me from running full tilt until I need to rest.

When I am feeling playful I like to run and play with everything, even items that are not what humans think are toys. If I’m playing with it, then it’s a toy, right?

When it is time to rest I currently sleep in the cat tree, but if I were allowed, I’d sleep in bed with you.

I am good with Cats, Dogs, and Kids

By nature I am Energetic, Cuddly, Playful, Social, Loud, Affectionate, and Curious.

Boston’s Surgery

Boston’s Surgery

Boston is a super sweet boy that was surrendered to us after being used in a game of tug-of-war with the two dogs in his house. He was treated by the vet for his superficial wounds and brought directly to us. After a few days we knew there was something else wrong. He was very

$480 to go

Q: What is the criteria (typically) for kittens to be considered available for adoption? 

 A: Pre-avalible kittens will (typically) become available after they have been fixed and once they get their 2nd set of shots at 8 weeks. They are scheduled to be fixed after 8 weeks and have reached 2 lbs (please bear in mind that this timeline can vary from kitten to kitten since weight is a factor and scheduling with vet to get them fixed is a factor). They must then recover for a minimum of 3 days after being fixed before they are considered available. Once a kitten has met this criteria it her/she will be moved to the available pet section of the site. If you have specific questions about an animal comment on their pet profile.

Please note, all estimations on availability dates are subject to change based on the individual kitten and them meeting the above criteria (not everyone grows at the same speed).

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