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pagetitle   FFF's Adoptable Pets

Welcome to our Adoptable Pets section. We hope you enjoy viewing our formerly, friendless critters. Should one of our critters catch your eye, please contact Sally at (925) 808-8364


Our Featured Pet...
Lucy

Lucy

Lucy is a petite tuxedo lady with definite ideas about her persons. She is affectionate and loves to be the center of attention but will begrudgingly share with other cats in the household. She is an adult kitty around 5/6 years old. She was considered at one time to be a "Petunia trainee" (i.e. to be a therapy kitty, like our Petunia) but didn't quite make the cut as Lucy was initially shy when meeting new people. She would make a loving and loyal companion for a family with older children or a couple. She would definitely enjoy her own realm, too.

 


If you would like to meet any of the animals listed on the FFF or Petfinder sites,

you can contact Sally.



Our critters are sorted alphabetically as follows:


To view more information about one of our pets,
just click that animal's "More In-fur-mation" link.


F.F.F. Policies


Adopting a Friend

An interview, application and home visit is required, followed by a 5-7 day trial visit of the selected pet in the prospective adoptive home. At the end of the trial period, FFF will evaluate the trial visit and determine the suitability for adoption. If deemed necessary by FFF, a final home visit is required. An Animal Care Adoption Contract is required to be signed by the adopter and a legal FFF representative, upon final FFF approval. The adopter(s) must be of legal age to sign a legal contract.

FFF does NOT allow FFF animals to be given as gifts or adopted for third parties.

FFF would appreciate a contribution to help offset our veterinary costs which include:

  • Combo test for FeLV and FIV (feline leukemia and feline AIDS)
  • First FVRCP
  • Spay or Neuter
  • Pain medications for recovery
  • Deworming
  • Flea control
  • Microchip

Special circumstance adoptions are available for eligible adopters.

Micro-Chipping

In an effort to provide our F.F.F. graduates, their families, and our dedicated F.F.F. fosters/staff with peace of mind, we have begun micro chipping all of our adoptees. This will provide a safety net for our formerly friendless felines that go on to their new homes.

F.F.F. is listed as the secondary contact in the event that an emergency or unforeseen circumstance causes them to be lost, stolen or strayed. This should make sure that our F.F.F. adoptees will always have a friend if they are in need and always be "formerly friendless".

Appointments

Under special circumstances, we show our cats by appointments in the evenings during the work week. Availability of the cats or kittens for appointment depends on the availability of the foster and transportation arrangements. If you see a cat or kitten you are interested in on our website, contact Sally via our email or by phone to check on the availability of that cat or kitten for evening appointments.

Adoption Criteria

As a rule, F.F.F. does not offer kittens below twelve-to-fourteen weeks of age for adoption. All F.F.F. cats and kittens are combo tested for feline AIDS and feline Leukemia prior to adoption. Our veterinarians have advised us that the testing for these diseases is not accurate or dependable below twelve-to-fourteen weeks of age. Therefore, we will not release any cat or kitten for adoption until we can be assured of an accurate test result.

It is F.F.F.'s philosophy that we will not knowingly adopt any cat or kitten into your home that we wouldn't place in our own homes. We appreciate your understanding.


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