Visit PETSMART located at 660 Ed Noble Parkway in Norman any day to see some of our cats/kittens listed on Petfinder. The Norman PetSmart hours are Monday-Saturday 9am-9pm, and 9am-6pm on Sundays. If you see a cat/kitten on Petfinder that you wish to see, you are welcome to contact us and if it isn't already at the Norman PetSmart Adoption Center, we will do our best to have it in the Adoption Center for your convenience.
Hands Helping Paws, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. All donations are used for medical care, spaying/neutering, food and supplies for our rescued kitties. Donations are tax-deductible. Thank you for your support.
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Donate by sending your check payable to: Hands Helping Paws, Inc., P. O. Box 1024, Norman, OK 73070.
General Information about Feral Cats and the TRN Program:
What is a feral cat? Feral and Stray have significantly different meanings. Stray cats are those who have been abandoned or have become lost after wandering away from home. Strays are often successfully re-socialized and adopted. However, feral cats are the wild offspring of domestic cats that were abandoned or lost and allowed to breed uncontrolled. Because feral cats know nothing of domestic life, they are wild from birth and cannot be easily socialized or adopted into a human family.
Why not humanely euthanize them all? When a cat colony becomes the target of extermination, or the cats are removed from their living areas, it creates a vacuum effect and allows for more feral cats to come in and breed. However, cats that are sterilized, fed and watered will protect their territory and most importantly, NOT BREED. This also reduces fighting among cats, intrusions into garbage cans and yards and reduces the potential of spreading disease to domesticated animals.
I am a knock-out handsome man that is a Domestic Long Hair Orange and White Tabby, and my approximate date of birth is 11/02/09. I am just about the sweetest and most loveable fellow you will ever find. I have the best personality and so deserve a loving and forever home. I was a stray at a Mobile Home Park and HHP trapped me to have me neutered and vaccinated and discovered that I had already been neutered and left ear tipped. I was so sweet and loveable that they don't understand why I was ear tipped and returned but was probably taken care of by someone that doesn't have an adoption program. After having me Vet checked, dewormed, and vaccinated, I did check Positive for FIV; therefore, I need to be adopted into a single cat home (where I will be the only kitty), or else a home that already has an FIV Positive cat. Most FIV cats can live a long healthy life so HHP feels that I so deserve a forever loving home. I am not only a handsome guy, but very sweet and loveable, and I am going to make someone an awesome and rewarding kitty to love! PLEASE NOTE: I tested as FIV Positive; therefore, I need to be adopted into a single cat home (where I will be the only kitty), or else a home that already has an FIV Positive cat.