"CATS DESERVE 9 LIVES...NOT 9 LITTERS"
© 2012 Feral Cat Rescue, Inc.
ADOPTION PROCESS:
The first step. Please fill out an application at www.feralcatrescuemd.org and email to diane@feralcatrescuemd.org
The second step. Someone will call you for an interview and informational chat.
The third step. Meet your new feline friend. You will meet at the foster parent’s house inside your car to make sure the kitty is a good fit.
The fourth step. Finalize the adoption. You pay the adoption fee, sign the adoption contract and take your feline home! You would bring a carrier and cash or check.
Adoption fee includes
Spay/neuter, combo test for aids and feline leukemia, microchip, age appropriate rabies and distemper vaccines, deworming and flea control.
$125 kittens and adults 
$150 siamese –They are not purebred cats. We do not breed cats.


CHESSIE - (Then & now)
    I left home at age “1 lb.” & hitched a ride up Route 5! I was raised by 8 big cats in my foster home so I became a confident, independent little thing and did everything that they did (even bad things like getting on the counter & sleeping in moms purse (I still do that). My spindly little self has grown into, well, let’s just say (Chessie the Chunk is my nickname & I find it a bit offensive)”.
If you are searching for a quirky oddball – that’s me! I do weird things like meow with my mouth closed, purr like a motorboat while I eat and nap, prop up against walls like I’ve had a little nip, sleep in your purse, smack your hand (nicely) when I don’t want to do something
(I didn’t say that).
I love cats and I am a lot of fun. My favorite thing is to sit on your lap in the AM while you drink coffee.... You could send the application to diane@feralcatrescuemd.org. I can't wait to meet you!



 Felicity was born May 1, 2021. She has one blue eye and one yellow eye. She is all white and is not deaf. We took her in from a feral colony living in a barn.
When we took her in, she was a little older than we like because the older they are the harder to socialize but she is coming along just fine. She is too beautiful to just do trap, neuter, return with her. She will sit in her foster mom's arms for a long time. Her foster Mom is able to go over and pick her up but she has not learned to come to her yet. Hopefully this will happen with time and patience. She would probably do best in a quiet household where someone would be willing to continue holding her while they watch a movie or a show. She is incredibly beautiful and very calm. She of course, is looking for someone to love her. Might that be you? Could you be her forever home?​​  You can fill out an application and email to diane@feralcatrescuemd.org
Love Princess Felicity

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