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Please use an abundance of caution when placing your specialneeds pets. Do not rely on personal impression, not even on "vet checks". If at all possible visit the potential adopter in person or have a trustworthy person do same. You are the only person to protect your pet from falling into the hands of a "con". TRUST BUT VERIFY .
I need to place an older very sweet kitty that suffers from chronic upper respiratory disease.She was a stray who showed up at my house about 3 months ago very sick and nursing kittens.I found her kittens and her 3 beautiful children have gone to a local no kill shelter. Now struggling to keep mom healthy.Unfortunately, I am overwhelmed with my own pets one of whom suffers from severe allergies.Also, my landlord has said absolutely no more animals than what I already had. If he finds this sweet girl we will both be without a home.I have named her "Missy". She is quite adorable and very sweet. I would be more than willing to give adopter some food, a litter box, even food and water dishes. She is currently on medication and will provide vet records.She has tested FeLV/FIV negative, had 1 distemper vaccine, been dewormed, treated for ear mites.I need her placed asap or sooner. Attached is a picture of her taken when I still had her kittens.
Hello, my name is Kimberly Bailey. My mother has a male cat that is deaf. He is fixed and has had his shots. He is not feral but temperamental. She can not take care of him anymore and is afraid he is going to scratch my elderly father. Winston is a good cat just spoiled and friendly to few. I just want this special kitty to be inside and loved by someone who is capable of taking care of him. Please help. Thank you. firstname.lastname@example.org