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Chanterelle and Beech (Bonded Sisters)   

In shelter Cat

Germantown, MD, 20875
Pet name:
Chanterelle and Beech (Bonded Sisters)
Gender:
Female
Breeds:
Domestic Short Hair
Date:
07/12/2022
Colors:
Gray & White
Size:
Medium
Age:
Baby
Description:
Meet Chanterelle, she’s a mama’s little girl through and through! She has the same gray coat and the same white nose and socks as her mama. Chanterelle loves to explore and is curious about the world. Just like her mom, she is very vocal about food and rubs up against you when she wants something. She likes to play and tumble with her sister Beech. She’s also a big helper when you try to clean their room!
Meet Beech! She’s a shy little grey tabby with white socks but loves to be pet! She adores her sister Chanterelle and lets her scout out the big scary world before following suit. Beech is a bit cautious but comes around after things have settled down.
This dynamic duo was caught together with their mama and four other siblings in a rundown shed.

They MUST be adopted together.

Adoption policy due to Covid:
At this time, we are sending out felines on foster-to-adopt scenarios since interaction with them prior to taking them home may not be possible. This means we will process your application as stated below, and once fully approved, we will coordinate a meeting for the hand-off. We will stay in touch to monitor how things are going and, if it is a good match, we will finalize the adoption electronically in a two- or three- week time period. If things dont work out, the felines will return to FMCA.

Adoption Requirements:
All applicants undergo a residency and vet verification as well as a virtual interview and home visit prior to application approval.

Being pre-approved for adoption before selecting an animal will also start the process. A pre-approved application allows you to adopt any of our felines as long as its a good fit for you and your home.

All cats/kittens are fully vetted which includes: spay or neuter surgery, FVCRP/rabies vaccinations, treated with dewormer and flea medications, and are microchipped.

You can find our application here: http://new.fmca.org/FMCAApp20162pgv3.pdf (please be sure to save the application prior to sending, or it may come over blank). Please email fully completed applications to: info@fmca.org. When submitting applications, please include a copy of a drivers license or other form of ID for all adults in the household.

Location


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