Callie's Home for Cats
It is hard to single out one special cat to "showcase", but the ones that are available are GUARANTEED to be good companions, with many, many good years left to enjoy a forever home. We are concentrating on the senior kitties, because so many people don't want them, thinking they would prefer a kitten instead. But if you want to get acquainted with an already-trained senior kitty, who is a bit more calm, already knows what good habits are, and really needs a good, forever home, then we have a nice selection to choose from. We are positive any of our cats will make a wonderful addition to your home, we guarantee it. WE SPECIALIZE IN HELPING CAT OWNERS WHO CAN NO LONGER KEEP THEIR CAT OR DOG TO FIND A NEW HOME. If you need this sort of help please contact us and we will put you in touch with organizations that will be albe to rehome your cats or dogs.
HOMELESS ANIMALS have become a big sadness. People should NOT just put their animals outside when they move away or can no longer keep them. There are organizations who will help you. If you will contact me at 951) 925-0819 I will direct you to a few possibilities. Or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. DON'T JUST PUT YOUR BELOVED PETS OUT ON THE STREET. PLEADE>
WE HAVE A WONDERFUL STORY ON OUR WEBPAGE "CALLIE'S HOME FOR CATS" (www.callieshome4cats.com) ABOUT HONEY AND B.J. IT WILL INSPIRE YOU TO BE A FOSTER PARENT FOR HOMELESS PETS IF YOU HAVE THE ROOM.
PLEASE CONSIDER BEING A FOSTER HOME TO TEMPORARILY HELP A PET NEEDING TEMPORARY CARE. Contact your nearest pet rescue group, most will be happy to talk to you further about being a "Foster Pet Parent".
Please consider helping temporarily foster sweet babies to help families that have no other alternative than to take them to the shelter. Shelters in America put to sleep 16,000 pets every day.Contact a rescue group in your area and tell them you will accept a few animals to foster. If more foster homes were available, fewer animals would have to go to the shelters in the first place. The shelters are mostly doing a good job too, but a rescue group is a “no kill shelter,” which is better.
What all rescue groups really need is more Foster Parents to help in interim care for their animals. This HONEY and B>J. story is written to hopefully inspire and promote foster parenting of all these deserving animals that are found to be needing new homes and rescued by groups or placed in the animal shelter systems across America. Many of these animals could find their new homes if they were temporarily placed with a rescue group. There are usually good rescue groups available who are willing to accept responsibility for finding the animals new, loving homes. Petfinder.com is the best known, nationwide computer database for rescue groups, where the available animals can be described to prospective new owners. Most of the groups that you find through your search would appreciate talking further with you about the possibility of being a foster home. The typical rescue group has completed the spaying or neutering, given the shots, and performed de worming and de-fleaing procedures getting the animal ready for adoption. The rescue group does not usually do this to make money, often the costs exceed the donation they request from the new owner of the adopted animal. The rescue groups are also working at educating the public about the importance of spaying and neutering, as well as rescuing many animals that would otherwise be going into the shelter system.
But frequently many owners are in a hurry to “get rid of” the animal the same day they call for help. So the animal is taken to the shelter, probably already overcrowded. Many animals thrust into a strange situation are not very sociable at first, and many are depressed and terrified. Many have never been caged before and many more have never even been trained. The cute, cuddly puppies are always adorable, but without training the little Labrador can grow up to knock you off your feet! They need time spent with them, and often when the animal becomes unruly, they are simply thrust outside to spend lonely time in the family yard, hopefully fenced. People looking for a new pet are looking for animals that are approachable and are naturally drawn to the ones that are friendly, cute and cuddly. So the animal stays the allotted time at the shelter, but in the interim, while the animals wait, sometimes their time runs out. The shelter terminology is, that the animals must then be PTS (put to sleep).
I have spent 40 years working to rescue, nurture and adopt cats and kittens who would most likely have ended up going to the shelter because the owner was in a hurry to “get rid of” their cat. That’s not to say that every owner who can no longer keep their cats, for whatever reason, has been so uncaring. Many are very concerned that we can help their cat be relocated to a suitable, loving new home, and are looking for a “no kill shelter.”
We were primarily a cat retirement home, rescuing cats whose owners could no longer keep them. We are now retired but are willing to assist others who are interested in our concept. We have proved it has worked in the past and we can help you start one. We have references and will help you develop your concept. We have not accepted any lifetime cat guests in the past four years but we willl be happy to share our information.
Our lifetime cat boarding guests loved their home environment and living at "Callie's Home For Cats" (www.callieshome4cats.com). Our lifetime (continuing care) rates were very reasonable, starting at $3,000 for cats older than 8 years, (maximum of $5,000 if younger than 8 years).
If you would like more information we are offering samples of our literature and concept to help rescue groups across America helping them to learn how to start a cat retirement home. If desired we will even help you during start-up, and of upi desore tp [pst tjeor cats pm pir websote/ "Callie's Home for Cats".
Plan to visit us, in Hemet, California, but please call first to make sure we are at home. We are not a kennel, all our current seven cats live in a home environment, in OUR home, and sometimes we are not at home. Our cat guests love their home environment and living at Callie's Home. Call us at 951) 925-0819 or contact us at email@example.com.