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In shelter Cat

Wellington, FL, 33414
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Gray & White
Hello! Thanks for stopping by--Im Sweeper. Im called that because I love to chase the broom and mop. I was a baby with 5 siblings and a mom that were rescued from a high kill shelter. My siblings and I were very malnourished because our mom was very young. Thanks to the dedication of our foster mom, who bottle fed us, we have all grown into romping, playing kittens. I am very inquisitive and love to play. I am an instant cuddler and I purr when I am picked up. I would love a home where I can snuggle in bed with my new human. I have been in a foster home with dogs and if Im introduced correctly I would do fine with your dog too. I would do best with children 4 and older.

If you are interested in meeting Sweeper and possibly giving him a forever home, please fill out our blank adoption application at:

Sweeper is neutered, microchipped, tested negative for Feline Leukemia and AIDS, up-to-date on his vaccination and has been given regular worm and flea medication. 

Our donation adoption fee is $100.00 which will help to "pay-it-forward" so the next street kitten can be saved. There is a mandatory rabies tag purchase which is an additional $15.00 for PBC residents. 

Ali Cat Rescue is an all-volunteer, not for profit rescue. We are foster based and have no shelter building. All donations go to saving kittens and cats for the streets.


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