Rhiannon must be adopted with her sister, Rhett (available for adoption).
Description: Rhiannon and her sister, Rhett, were born to a stray momcat so we are socializing then. They are doing great and are getting used to the resident dog, too! These girls are bonded so we need to place them together. If one leaves the room, the other one mews until she comes back.
We took Rhiannon to a kitty chiropractor for her right rear leg, & confirmed she was in a lot of pain. We did a fundraiser because these are specialists and not in the budget, and we also were able to raise money to amputate the leg (it was twisted badly). The fundraiser was completed and Rhiannon had her amputation and feels much better now, we can tell based on her being more relaxed!
She got her stitches out, and then in January went to the kitty chiropractor for healing treatment and muscle massage after all this trauma. She did great and is ready for adoption!!!
PAWS adopts out kittens in pairs, or adopts to a home with another young kitty (3 yrs or so).
Here is why -- this is the best article we have found to explain: http://meowcatrescue.org/resources/articles/12/single-kitten-syndrome/
If you are interested in adopting, please go to www.pawsfla.com and click on the Adoption Policy menu, from there you will find the online application link.
The adoption process typically goes as follows: - you submit an application - foster mom reviews, and will contact you by email - upon approval, foster mom will coordinate an adoption location/time.... or your deposit to hold young kittens - foster mom will email, call or text to coach as needed to help integrate your new kitty
Foster Mom: Mona at email@example.com
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