Newton

Written by on December 5, 2018 in Our Featured Cats, Our Featured Cats

 

Newton was one of five precious little kittens, born around the last of July 2015, that were abandoned at the Greene County Animal Control facility. Endangered of being put to sleep, the little angels stayed for a couple of weeks in the cage, hoping for forever homes. But SG4F came along, after seeing their pictures on Face Book, and rescued the kittens. It didn’t take long for little Newton to find a home, because he was incredibly adorable. However, very sadly, we got a call early in September of 2018 from a family member of the adopter’s ex-husband, who informed us that Newton and his housemate Beetle Bailey had been left behind in an apartment, when the owner moved out of the country! They had been abandoned without any attempt to rehome them in a safe place, and the owner seemed not to care that the poor cats could starve to death. They had been alone for days, before the family member called us, desperately seeking help. The cats were hours away from Greenville, so the woman who called agreed to break into the apartment to save them. Since Hurricane Florence was immediately approaching us, we had to wait a couple of days to get the cats from her. Newton is a love, with a capital L. He is a huge boy–big, not fat–and is laid back and sweet natured. He hasn’t been raised around children that we know of, but he seems like a kitty that can go with the flow. We pray that this time around, we find him the adopter he deserves, because he deserves the best.

The adoption fee is $95 in cash, and a good vet reference is required. Saving Graces 4 Felines’ adoptable cats are spayed or neutered, or come with a spay/neuter contract. They have been tested for feline leukemia and FIV, are up to date on vaccines, and have been treated for worms and fleas. They have also been micro-chipped.

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