We thought, as did Acorn, that his biggest problem is he is oh so handsome, and he knows it. Turns out he has a predisposition to bladder stones. He would benefit from a non-prescription urinary tract health food. Acorn had a hard start in life, living on the streets in Alexandria until a kind family found him and his siblings. Since then he has become a huge fan on the indoor life. He loves having all the food he wants, clean water, toys, treats, and cuddles. He never knew life could be so good. Acorn wants an indoor only home. He’s good with other cats, children, and will adjust to a pup. He is vetted, chipped, and tested. Declawing (toe amputation) is prohibited by contract.
Potential adopters must complete an application and sign a contract. They must agree to provide care for the cat, not to declaw it, and return it to us if unable to care for it. In general, the adoption fee will be $100, it may be less for older cats.