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Notorious and Do the Demolition (bonded pair)   

In shelter Cat

Redmond, WA, 98052
Pet name:
Notorious and Do the Demolition (bonded pair)
Gender:
Female
Breeds:
Domestic Short Hair
Date:
09/11/2022
Size:
Medium
Age:
Baby
Description:
** They are a bonded pair of siblings and must be adopted together **

NAME: Notorious (white) and Do the Demolition (calico)
LOCATION: They are currently living in a foster home. A meeting can be scheduled with an approved application.
DOB: 4/12/2022
GENDER: Both are female
BREED/HAIR LENGTH: Domestic Short Hair
LITTER BOX TRAINING: Good!
OTHER CATS: They may be okay with another easygoing cat.
DOGS: Do the Demolition is on the shyer side so would prefer a home without dogs.
CHILDREN: Cat respectful children, 8 and older.
ADOPTION DONATION: $275 for the pair
HEALTH: They are healthy! They are spayed, micro-chipped, flea treated, de-wormed, and current on vaccines. Your adoption donation goes toward the cost of this vet care as well as transportation and general care costs.

HISTORY: These cuties came to us from a rescue in Texas. Motley Zoo was asked to find them a forever home and that is exactly what we plan to do!

NOTES FROM FOSTER HOME: Notorious has a big personality to match her big purr! She loves attention, playing with crinkly toys, and wrestling with her siblings. When she finally tires of playing, she is content to snuggle up. Do the Demolition is on the shyer side, but she is a total sweetheart. She enjoys snuggling with her foster siblings, and may even sit on your lap once she feels comfortable! Because she can startle easily, a quieter home without little ones or dogs would probably be best.

ABOUT MOTLEY ZOO:

Motley Zoo Animal Rescue is a volunteer run, foster based, 501(c)(3) non-profit animal rescue organization based in Redmond, WA. Motley Zoo does not have a traditional shelter location, but instead, utilizes private foster homes which care for the animals individually, in a home environment, until a "furever" home is found.

Motley Zoo also runs "Rock Star Treatment" Dog Daycare & Training Studio in Redmond, WA which is a day-use facility and does not hold kennels of adoptable animals. The dogs there are owned animals who come to the facility while their families are at work and school so they can play and socialize in a safe environment. We dub this service our "Year-round" fundraising program which helps us support our rescue animals and the $15,000/ month vet bills we incur. This Studio location does have an Adoptable Cat Lounge, where cats may live until adoption, which is the exception to any aforementioned rules.

Please email adopt@motleyzoo.org and request an adoption application so we can get you started on the journey to finding a new, furry friend! Once you have been approved to adopt, then we can set up a meeting with the animal you have been matched with.

For more information, please visit www.motleyzoo.org.
Thank you for considering adopting a cat in need!

Meow,

The Motley Zoo Crew

Location


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