I have had to make some changes to the list, a loser from India has been continuously spamming the list for the last 3 days and I have spent hours removing his ads and he immediately replaces them. You must activate your ad now and it must be approved by me to post. I will do this as quickly as I can. I apologize that this is necessary, once I see he has decided to leave I will put things back the way they were.
|It's a good idea to always ask for a minimal
fee/donation of 30.00 dollars for an animal you are trying to rehome. This helps to insure
that the cat/kitten goes to a safe home. Therefore NO "FREE TO
GOOD HOMES" ads will be allowed. AT THE VERY LEAST PUT NEGOTIABLE where it asks what the fee is. Please do not state in your ad that you are giving the cat/kitten away free. Thank you for observing this rule. Here a few good websites that clearly explain why this is very dangerous.
Please be sure all animals posted are spayed and/or neutered
or will be before they are adopted out. We also have a FeLV/FIV/FIP
Awareness Ring, please join us in spreading the word, "Purr For A Cure". To meet
people with positive kitties, for great advice or support, please join our FeLV Talk List group or visit our FeLV Chat, hours of use vary,
so there may or may not be anybody chatting. If you have any questions, or need help posting
an ad, please contact Belinda. Comments welcome, so please sign our guestbook! We'd
also really appreciate a vote for us in the Be-Mi-Kitties ... Top Pet Sites. Make us the #1 Pet Site!|
Myths & Facts about FIP (there is NO FIP test)
If you are looking for a positive or other special need cat, and there isn't one in your location, please post your info below in the Looking for a positive to adopt catagory and hopefully one will find you!!
||Type of Practice
||Cherokee Trail Veterinary Clinic
||109 Palmetto Park Blvd., Lexington, SC 29072
||West Columbia South Carolina
| ||This place was recommended to me by a vet and a special needs rescuer. At first I was very impressed- the doctor was very helpful and seemed knowledgeable about the treatment options. I was told that after my FELV+ cat finished|
||Cherokee Trail Veterinary Hospital
||109 Palmetto Park Boulevard
||Lexington South Carolina
| ||Cherokee Trail Veterinary Hospital is a full-service animal hospital with 24 hour nursing care for hospitalized patients. We provide friendly, informative, and supportive services for you and your pet. Our mission is to rejoice in our love of animals by using|