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In shelter Cat

Lodi, CA, 95240
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Tabby (Tiger Striped)
Coat length:
Meet Kodak! Kodak was born in April of 2021 and is a brown and black tabby grateful to be rescued. Kodak was found by a woman on Facebook who posted about a single 5/6 week old kitten she found outdoors. The woman took to Facebook to post in a group we’re affiliated with called Felines 209 as the finder was from Modesto and didn’t want this sick girl running her risk at a high kill shelter. Kodak when found was so filthy dirty and so sick with an upper respiratory infection, congested with gunky eyes, that she had a hard time seeing and it was difficult for her to breathe. If that wasnt bad enough, she was starving. Second Chance Kitty saw her post and agreed to take this single on. We had one foster do her quarantine for 2 weeks and began medicating her ailments. Then her permanent foster retrieved her and she’s been here ever since. She’s met some really kind people along the way who showed her what truly living really means. These kind people have shown her she’s deserving of a lush loving life. Kodak is long and lanky girl and is both affectionate as well as independent. She’s always looking for the next adventure indoor only of course.  If you think you can be all Kodak needs to have a happy and safe INDOOR ONLY life, please submit an application today!

All Second Chance Kitty cats are free fed a quality dry food with low or no grain and are STRICTLY INDOOR ONLY. Studies have proven cats live longer, healthier lives and on average require less financial burdens at veterinary offices when they are kept indoor only. There are so many predators out there, both human and animal and it is sadly unsafe to let them roam unattended. 

All of our babes come altered, microchipped, vaccinated, rabies (if age appropriate), FeLV/FIV negative unless stated otherwise , dewormed, flea treated, litter box trained and full of love.  Our adoption fees are a minimum $150 donation.  Anything beyond $150 helps rescue another babe. 

Adoption isnt an impulsive decision, it must be thought out carefully. Owning a cat is a 15 to 20+ year commitment. Can we afford a cat? If were renting do they allow pets here? Is there a pet deposit? Can we afford the pet deposit? What if we get sick, what if the kitty becomes ill and has to see a veterinarian? Kitty requires routine check-ups, annual vaccines, quality food, litter and toys, can we afford this? These are all questions a responsible pet owner must ask themselves. If you can make this type of commitment please take a moment and visit our website at to submit an application.

Second Chance Kitty is a local non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to assisting cats, kittens and an occasional dog, escape a life of abandonment, abuse and neglect.


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