Praline is a 9 month old (female) tortoiseshell kitten. She was rescued off the street by a veteran TNR/kitten foster and lovingly socialized. Praline is a sweet, sensitive kitty with lots of cute habits! She loves to play fetch with her toy, you just have to throw it for her! She loves to hunt her toy mice and leave them for you in her water bowl. And sometimes she drinks by dipping her paw into her water bowl.
She is shy of new stimulation and will take time to adjust to a new home, but once she does, she will be the belle of your home and a loving feline companion. We think she would do best in a quiet home without young children. She is cat-friendly. If Praline sounds like the rescue kitty for you, please go to www.forevermeow.org and click on "adoption form" on the menu. We will contact you to schedule a meet and greet!
ForeverMeow is a 501(c)(3) non-profit cat rescue and kitten nursery, registered with the CA State Attorney General. We are also certified adoption partners of: Riverside County, Palm Springs, Petco and PetSmart, as well as a Best Friends No More Homeless Pets network partner.
Nearly all of our cats & kittens are rescued from Coachella Valley shelters, since 2015 we have rescued over 700.
We adopt kittens when they are big/old enough to Spay or Neuter, or will foster-to-adopt prior to that. We also offer free lifetime cat behavior counseling from a Humane Society of the US certified Cat Behavior Consultant.
Adoption fee which includes (if appropriate): Spay/Neuter, FVRCP Vaccinations, FeLV/FIV tests, deworming, microchipping, and lifelong behavioral Support as well as a free veterinary examination:
- Kittens 8weeks-4months. $65
- Young 5months-1year. $45
- Adult 1year-10years. $25
- Senior 10years+. $0
our Senior Savior Program will provide free veterinary services and all medication for their life
REQUIREMENTS: Unless specifically indicated, INDOOR pets only and NO declawing, All our cats and kittens use a variety of scratching posts and other scratching devices
Adoption Application here
Please note, we often get multiple applications for the same cat or kitten. Unless this are over-riding constraints or requirements, e.g. one of a bonded pair, we always give priority to the order in which we receive a completed application