Cat's Cradle Rescue

Cat's Cradle Rescue keeps cats out of shelters by offering an alternative to a cage - we are a no-kill FOSTER-HOME BASED rescue group that welcomes cats to our home environments as they await adoption.Why Foster Care? Does your new kitty like children? Does she play with dogs or find other felines too uncomfortable to be around? Does he have consistent litter-box manners? Does he want to cuddle or perhaps his comfort zone is to be more independent. Many life-factors influence cat behavior and while genetics plays a role, we know that human touch, kindness, nurturing and consistency of care are non-negotiable requirements. We provide all of this.

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Phone Number: (503) 320-6079


KEPLER - Offered by Owner

Domestic Short Hair | Mcminnville, OR

Age : 2 Years 5 MonthsAdultMaleGray and White



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Meet KEPLER - Offered by Owner

This special kitty has been through a lot, before we figured out what he needed.  Kepler, a once very fearful cat who hid under the bed a lot, has now blossomed into a sweet, happy, playful, and loving cat who likes hanging with other low key cats and his trusted hooman.  He has the sweetest tiny kitten-esque meow ever! He loves pets and being talked to often and likes keeping you company. While he may need some time to acclimate to his new cat savvy hooman and get comfortable in his new environment, he will eventually want to sleep on the bed and sit next to you on the couch.  Kepler will do well in a child free home and appreciates the pitter patter of other easy going, mellow kitties.   Kepler is good with laid-back older dogs too.  Entertainment is essential for "Bubu" especially to break the ice.  His favorite toys are feathers and conquering the red light.  Of course, scratching posts where you sit and a cat tree in front of a picture window are necessary as well!  A Catio would be the icing on the cake! Kepler was fixed as a juvenile and at the time was tested for FelV and FIV and negative for both. His vaccines were updated in May 2023: FVRCP (prevents Distemper, Herpes, and URIs) and got a 3-year Rabies. He has had dewormer and is treated monthly for fleas. His medical records will accompany him and we will delivered to your home. We are asking for an adoption fee of $140. This cat is offered for adoption due to the owner's personal circumstances. For more information on meeting and adopting this kitty, please fill out a pre-adoption application under "ADOPT" on our website at WWW.CATSCRADLERESCUE.COM. Your information will be forwarded to the owner for follow-ups and meeting arrangement.  Cat's Cradle is an all-volunteer, non-profit foster-home based rescue serving Oregon cats who need new homes. 100% of your adoption fee goes to provide for the medical and physical needs of the cats in our care. We invite you to become a foster parent and experience the great satisfaction of helping a cat or kitten in need.

Adoption Process
Adoptable cats and kittens are shown on our website with detailed profiles and pictures. To help our potential adopters learn more about the cat(s), we encourage them to first contact and discuss with the foster family if it might be a good fit. Potential adopters must submit an adoption application for review and evaluation. We also have onsite Adoption Events on a weekly basis. Our adoption counselors are present to handle the interview and adoption process. Our adoption fee for single kitten is $120 and $200 for a pair. Adult cat adoption fee is $60. We require that adopted cats be mainly indoor cats and no declawing is allowed. Adopters must be over 21 years old and sign a contract that lists out his/her responsibility as the cat's owner.

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