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Cher and Sonny   

In shelter Cat

Chicago, IL, 60614
Pet name:
Cher and Sonny
Coat length:
Please read carefully.
We are not adopting out of state.

Sonny and Cher are a bonded pair and must be adopted together.

They are both shy and slowly coming out of their shell.

Please note that they must be adopted together.
The adoption price of $200 covers both their adoption fees. 

Please note: We are a very small rescue.
We are a 100% volunteer rescue.
We do not have any paid staff.
All travel expenses for vetting, intake, meet and greets, home-visits, etc. is paid for by the generosity of our volunteers.

Please note that we do require screening and verifiable references before a meet and greet and at-home visit is ever approved.

Due to our in-home visit requirements we are only adopting within a set radius near our location in the city of Chicago, IL.

We will ONLY consider applicants who have filled out our emailed application in full and abide by our rescue protocol.

We will not arrange any meet and greets unless all references have been checked and applicants have been approved. 

We are not accepting or offering ANY phone inquiries.

Please contact us for an application.


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