We are SOOOO lucky!Ivan was born around May 23, 2018 and he is a shiny, silky, gorgeous white & gray tiger. Ivan came to us as a feral teen kitten who was passed the point where he could easily become friendly. For this reason Ivan lives as an outdoor/indoor garage and heated basement kitty at the main location of Joyful Rescues. He is one of several sanctuary kitties here that live the best life possible for them. We cannot touch him, but as you can see he is well fed. lol! Our sanctuary kitties are welcome to live here the remainder of their lives unless a suitable home or decent barn environment becomes interested in them.
A cat can live 12-18+ years if cared for properly. Be sure you are able to care for it for its lifetime. There is no adoption fee and he is neutered, vaccinated, wormed, and tested negative for FIV/FELV. Ivan receives flea control throughout the summers.
YOU MUST BE AT LEAST 21 YEARS OF AGE TO ADOPT A CAT FROM JOYFUL RESCUES
We keep our pet list as up-to-date as possible. As soon as a pet is adopted, it is removed from the list. If a pet is still showing, it is still available for adoption.
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Before you seek to adopt a pet from Joyful Rescues, please read our Pet Adoption page http://www.joyfulrescues.org/pet_adoption.html.
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