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Tiger Lilly   

In shelter Cat

San Bernardino, San Bernardino County...
Pet name:
Tiger Lilly
Maine Coon, Mixed
Coat length:
Pocahantus and Tiger lilly have been surviving on their own for awhile before we stepped in and rescued them.  Pocahantus is a sweet, huge love bug.  She would prefer a quiet home.  Tiger Lily is not used to people and must go to a home without children.During the Pandemic all adoption shows at Petco are on hold.  We do have a limited number of adults who are housed in the habitat at the Fontana Petco.  Therefore we have special adoption procedures in place.       We have different adoption procedures during the Covid-19 Pandemic.  Adoptions are done in the following way.  1.  Complete an application and contract.  2.  Pay the adoption fee.  3.  Pick up at the next adoption pick up day or upon spay and neuter at the vet.  Pick up days are usually, done on Sunday.    Thanks for your understanding.   We will not do meet and greets, don't bother to ask.  All volunteers are high risk.APPLY ON-LINE OR IN PERSON AT AN ADOPTION SHOW.  ADOPTIONS SHOWS ARE HELD SATURDAYS AT THE FONTANA PETCO FROM 12 TO 5 AND SUNDAYS AT THE REDLANDS PETSMART BETWEEN 12 AND 4.  COME BY AND FIND LOVE!


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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