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Victor Emmett   

In shelter Cat

Fort Lauderdale, Broward County, Flor...
Pet name:
Victor Emmett
Black, White
Venus Kelly & Victor  Emmett are young kittens who were rescued with their mom and one other brother who did not survive. Mom was already pregnant again and had no milk for these babies. We have no idea how long they were unable to nurse and how they were able to stay alive. Never having been touched, played with or loved by a human these 2 siblings were at first not happy with all the fuss that was made over them, but they love it now. Venus and Victor are now adults, they have been here many years waiting for their forever home. Estimated to be born March 2014*Victor has medical issues, he has had urinary tract infections and is on a special urinary food and has been doing well!To meet this adoptable pet, please fill out an adoption application at and a team member will contact you to schedule an appointment.PLEASE NOTE: We require all interested parties to come to the shelter to meet the pet, complete an adoption application, and interview with our Director. We do not do same day adoptions or ship animals. For additional information on our adoption policies, visiting hours and directions please go to Abandoned Pet Rescue.


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