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- Coat length
- Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
- Good in a home with
- Other cats.
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Meet Paulette Bonafonte
She is very much lovely! She does get a bit shy when it gets really noisy. We think she would do best with children that had good boundaries, dogs that are not overwhelming and she does great with other cats.
She was one of our kittens a few years ago, she was returned because she stopped eating at her home, they had young children, other cats and a few crazy dogs. We took her back and she ate great and has been very sweet and even out-going.
She was so thin when she came back we were worried. But she turned around great and is working on getting fat! She is about 2.5 yrs old.
She has had all age appropriate vaccinations, dewormed with a general dewormer a few times, spayed, microchipped and tested negative for FeLV virus.
We do recommend rechecking a fecal with in 48 hours after you take any cat home, Covered by us, if they are positive for any parasites we will get you the dewormer needed.
Adoption Fee- 65.00 total each- We take check, card and cash.
You will get a copy of the Microchip form when you go home, we will register that for you. However we would like if in the first week you would check the account to make sure we did not make any errors. After that it will be your responsibility to keep its information up to date and accurate. It is lifelong enrollment you will never have to pay towards that again. The microchip sits in between the shoulder blades right under the skin. Your email will be the username, so you have to have one. Once you log on to PetLink.net you can change that password to whatever you would like.
You will get a copy of your adoption contract, signed by you and a Pawsitive Causes board member. This contract will go over that our cats have been seen by a veterinarian and have gotten vet care, their hearts have been listened to but we can not guarantee the health of any animal.
You will get a hand-out about Upper Respiratory Infection in cats, many animals in rescue and shelters have been previously exposed to these ailments. Even if they are not showing any signs of upper respiratory, the change or stress of going home can bring things like that on. That’s why we send home the hand out, everyone gets it.
We will go over a checklist to make sure we did not miss anything. You will get a copy of that as well. I have asked the fosters to bring some food for you to take home to transition on to what you want them to eat. We have always offered wet and dry food.
She is using the litter boxes great. However, we recommend starting her out in a room with a litter box and open more and more of the house at a time. Do not move the litter box a lot! This also helps with introductions to other animals as well. You should always do slow introductions under a door with a few days of no sight. Once all the animals are calm and used to the new noises and smells you can start offering treats at the door to both animals. Then open the door and start letting them slowly mingle.
You will also receive a paper copy or email copy of all the medical records we have. We would love it if you continued your vet care with us at Pawsitive Care but we understand if you have a vet you love. We will try to make this as easy as possible.
If you think Paulette Bonafonte would complete your family please email us at PawsitiveCauseMI@gmail.com
Pawsitive Cause Non-Profit Animal Rescue
611 N Saginaw St.
Holly, MI 48442
Fax: (248) 587-7622
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