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Felines Fellow & Follow   

In shelter Cat

Remus, Michigan, 49340
Pet name:
Felines Fellow & Follow
Domestic Short Hair
Coat length:
Please contact Monica R Larner (, (989) 330-5147 for more information about this pet.ABOUT ME: 4 Kittens (2 Orange / 2 Black)
My Personality: Purring kittens
My Back Story: Found abandoned
What I’m Looking For In a FURever Home: Patience TLC
Approximate Age at Intake:5-26-19 around 6 weeks
Our felines are fixed, vaccinated (age appropriate), FelV/FIV tested, started on de-worming, and flea control. You will need to have the veterinarian you will be using for vet care picked out prior to applying.
 First step to adopting is to fill out the adoption application at the following link:
Please, follow up after submitting the application by contacting the rescue at 989-330-5147; we can schedule an in-person meet and greet at that time.  Our adoption fees are:
Thank You, for considering adopting, as you are helping save two lives when you adopt; the life of the one you adopted and another life that the rescue can bring in due to the newly available space.
Please Note: The Feline listed here may already have a pending adoption; please, be open to other possible candidates when applying. Thank You, for your understanding.
*We do try to have an Adoption event at TSC (Tractor Supply Co.) in Mount Pleasant once or twice a month. Please, check our Facebook page to see the next scheduled event dates. You can find our facebook page at:
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AuCaDo Rescue, an Animal Protection Shelter and Rescue, helps both canines and felines. Most Felines at AuCaDo Rescue are kittens (up to a year old) and brought in from shelters in neighboring counties. ­­­


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