Trying to find forever homes for homeless pets with the Animal Service League’s Pet of the Week featured every Friday during Fitz on Fickle 93.3! Here’s this week’s pet:
Kendra is a beautiful brown patch tabby (torbie) with striking markings. She was pregnant when she was initially found living outdoors as a stray. Kendra raised her kittens in a foster home and has been patiently waiting for her forever home ever since. She has been with us for over three years now and we can’t understand why. Perhaps it is because Kendra has suffered from chronic gum inflammation and stomatitis in the past. She just recently had dental surgery with most of her teeth extracted. We are hopeful that this will solve the problem and that Kendra’s mouth will not be an issue for her in the future. Kendra is pure sweetness – a friendly, affectionate girl who enjoys attention and seeks it out. She is currently in foster care recovering and she is thriving in a home environment. Kendra loves soft blankets and will knead constantly and roll around on her back purring. She is also rather chatty when she wants attention and/or food. Kendra is a special girl and deserves the comfort of a real forever home. She gets along fine with other cats, but she would also be completely happy as an only cat. Bucky, who was part of Kendra’s litter, is also available for adoption with his mom. Kendra’s estimated date of birth is 3/18/2013. Contact us for more information about Kendra at www.animalserviceleagueny.org!
As always, we invite you to visit our website for all things ASL and to view all of our adoptable pets at animalserviceleagueny.org. Please also follow our Facebook page!
ASL is proud to announce that all of our cats and kittens are now micro-chipped at the time of adoption, and your adoption donation fee includes a one year registration. A registered microchip is your pet’s best chance of being reunited with you when they are lost. If you are interested in having your dog or cat microchipped, please contact ASL.
Animal Service League encourages you to report animal cruelty and abuse when you see it to the Animal Cruelty Hotline at (585) 223-6500.
Please contact Animal Service League if you are interested in providing a loving home for any of the ASL’s. www.animalserviceleagueny.org