- Status: Adopted!
- Adoption Fee: 150
- Species: Cat
- Rescue ID: C200002
- General Color: Brown Tabby
- Current Age: 2 Years (best estimate)
- Declawed: No
- Housetrained: Yes
Meet Gwen! This beautiful long haired tortie girl is as sweet as they come! She is very affectionate and loving. We think she thinks she is a dog! She plays with all the dog toys and likes to play fetch. She's the perfect mix of playful and cuddly. She starts purring as soon as you get close. She is so easy going and gets along remarkably well with everyone she meets - including very rambunctious puppies! She loves dogs and will go right up to them and rub against them. She gets along perfectly with all the adult cats in her foster home as well as the crazy playful kittens. She is great with children and toddlers as well- She is a friend to all and will make a great addition to any home!
Gwen has been diagnosed with Irritable Bowel Disease. She will need to remain on a prescription diet (Royal Canin Select Protein) to control it likely for her whole life. She has been doing very well on this food and is on no medication.
She is spayed, tested negative for FeLv/FIV/HW, is up to date on all vaccinations and litter box trained. If you are interested in adopting, please fill out a "Cat Adoption Application" at www.DelawarePetRescue.org/forms
Adoption fee is: $150
If you are interested in adopting this cat, please submit a "Cat Adoption Application" at www.DelawarePetRescue.org/forms
This website is updated daily. If the animal you are interested in adopting is listed as "available for adoption", that means the animal is still in DPR's care.
*Please note - due to COVID-19, we will not be able to do on-site meet and greets. Adoptive families can speak to the cats foster mom on the phone or do a meeting on Zoom or Facetime if desired to virtually meet the cat. All paperwork can be done online and adoption fees can be paid by Paypal. You can pick your kitty up "curb side". Cats can be returned with a full refund for up to one week. *
DPR cats receive the following medical care prior to adoption:
Initial vet visit
Spay or neuter (if cat is 6 months or older)
Rabies vaccination (if cat is 6 months or older)
SNAP testing for FIV, Leukemia and heart worm
Broad spectrum dewormers
Monthly flea/tick preventative
Ear mite preventative
The above is standard for ALL cats in our care. But many cats we rescue also require some additional TLC prior to adoption, such as antibiotics, eye ointments, wound care, fungal treatment, x-rays, or various surgeries. We are an all-volunteer 501(c)3 charity. The adoption fee helps to offset our standard and non-standard vet bills.