Our Animals Live In Private Homes With People That Love Them. We Specialize In “Pet-Quality”, Friendly, Sociable Cats and Kittens and Represent “Good Samaritans” In Re-homing Lost Pets Whose Owner Could Not Be Found and Private Parties Whose Dogs Need New Homes.
Please See www.animalnetwork.org for more information, or call NUMBER HIDDEN .
Our Network Promotes Adopting Cats/Kittens in Pairs and Make Available a Four Month Payment Plan When Adopting Pairs. Please Ask for our Handout About Why Adopting Pairs of Cats is Best.
JASPER - Snowshoe Siamese-Look
Jasper and his sister Holly are partially blind. They get around normally inside a home. Best not to allow play and chase near any stairs.
The founder of Animal Network of Orange County, DiAnna Pfaff-Martin, is very particular about the quality of the animals, vitamins, proper diet and veterinary medical care. Feral kittens are tamed to “pet quality” and rescue cats that are shy are disclosed and termed, “rescue quality” with a lower placement fee. With all adoptions DiAnna Pfaff-Martin gives valuable information about cat care in a one hour “feline pet-parenting consultation” to adopters. The most current st current information is made available about how to keep your cat healthy, pet foods, litters and how to make your cat be affectionate. The AVID microchip registration is included in the placement fee and the animals come with a 30 day heath commitment and return policy.
Most kittens in O.C. these days are born feral (wild without human touch since birth). Feral kittens left untamed can grow up and be skittish and hide. These kitties can be a challenge to get to the vet or even touch other than their caregiver. People whom have adopted feral kittens often describe their behavior as jumpy and maybe having been abused.
It’s what the organization does with the animals after they have been trapped and rescued from the outdoors that makes the difference in a quality animal. People believe that adopting the smallest kitten means they can raise the perfect animal. This is simply not true as most people are gone from the home for long hours and are not experts in the field of taming wild animals.
Adopting an adult animal that has been well-loved and has known behaviors and a personality that the caregiver can tell you about is what all should consider. Almost anyone would add a cute kitten into their home. 90% of adult cats entering the municipal shelter systems are put to death. Even kittens over 4 months old because people are seeking the tiny ones.