Izoldat 10th Chance Animal Rescue a 501(c)(3)

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“Our favorite breed is rescue”

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What can you do? First and foremost, please spay or neuter the cats in your care. Adopt from reputable rescue groups where you will receive a cat or kitten who is already spayed or neutered. “Free to good home” cats and kittens often become pregnant the first year. No pet is “free” as there are initial medical needs such as spay/neuter/vaccination that should be mandatory. While the cat might be “free,” the medical costs are not. Consider adopting from 10th Chance Animal Rescue – our cats are completely vetted with multiple vaccinations, a microchip, a combo test for Feline AIDS and Leukemia, treatments for earmite, fleas and worms and of course, spayed or neutered. 10th Chance cats and kittens are seen by multiple veterinarians prior to adoption. Due to their care in foster and our own homes, we know our kitties and the type of home that will be their best fit. Additionally, you can call 10th Chance Animal Rescue to borrow a trap(s) for cats who you are feeding. We also transport cats for spay/neuter.

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