Fairy Cat Mother - Fort Lauderdale Pet Shelter

"Fairy Cat Mother", Inc. Rescue and Adoptions is a Florida non-profit organization and helps 75 - 100 cats and kittens each year with a dedicated volunteer staff and a public adoption venue in Pet Supplies "Plus" store located in the Sheridan Plaza, Hollywood area of Broward County. All of these special cats need "purrfect" homes again and "Fairy Cat Mother" is committed to finding that purrfect home again for them. Some have been abandoned, separated from their homes, neglected, rescued from harms way, or surrendered by their owners for various reasons. All cats are socialized with people and many with young children, most are social with other cats, and many are even dog friendly. All are spayed or neutered, all are fully vetted by a vet clinic, and all have complete vaccinations, all are tested for FIV & Felv (Feline AIDS and Feline Leukemia). All our cats are home fostered to evaluate temperament, behavior and habits as well as time for surgery recovery and often much needed TLC. Since we do not operate a shelter, the ability to help another cat or kitten depends on the availability of foster care placement or space to show for adoption if necessary in our public adoption venue. Please open your heart and your home so that these cats may have another chance to have a furever home again. All of these cats need you!

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  • Fort Lauderdale, FL
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  • (954) 462-9393
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  • Donna
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  • 2018-09-07 13:35:05
  • I would have given zero stars if that would have been an option. My mom back in May filled out an application to adopt a cat (Bandit) at the Pet Supply Plus on Sheridan Street, Hollywood. My mom recently had lost her husband and her cat after 20 years as well. She would go to this pet store several times a week for several weeks to play with this kitten. So, she filled out the application, after never hearing back from her, we called, and the lady said my mom needed an older cat. Basically, she was saying my mom was too "old" in other words. This broke my mom's heart, but we went to the Humane Society and found an adorable 8-week-old kitten she adopted. My mom has been out of the area since May because of repairs being done at her home and just yesterday went back down there to visit with some friends and went to the pet store. Guess What! that cat is still there living in that cage. That lady that runs Fairy Cat Mother should be ashamed of herself!

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