Tabby (short coat) : : Male (neutered) : : Young : : Medium
Contact DANNY - Afghan Kittie's Caretaker/Foster Directly: Jenny Cope (email@example.com)
About DANNY - Afghan Kittie
GaDaH has received our second batch of saved kitties from Kabul, Afghanistan working with a veterinarian and rescue in KABUL, Afghanistan to help save some of their abundance of stray and abused animals.
DANNY was saved with a severe injury to his leg, that required the surgical implant of a wire rod, then after recovery the rod was removed. His lower leg however, does not bend and so he can be a bit clumsy with his jumping and getting around, but it doesn't slow him down. He was flown into Washington DC, with 12 other kitties on 16th March and driven another 17 hours up to the rescue in Sebec, Maine.
DANNY is neutered, rabies, feline panleukopenia, herpesviral and caliciviral infection, dewormed, monthly preventatives, microchipped, weighs around 6.5 pounds and has an estimated date of birth of 1 May 2020.
Danny is living in the house in a fenced off area with his brothers, mother and a couple of other cats. Having been here for just a few days after a very stressful time on transport, he has settled in. He is somewhat skittish with humans at the moment and so a family that is understanding to allowing time to decompress and give him space in a safe, secure environment is critical.
Considering the ordeal that these kitties have endured they have adapted into great companions. Whilst here at the rescue they have been kept indoors, however, I do believe that they had been mostly outdoor in Afghanistan, as they do act like they want to go outside, however, individual families will have to make that decision on their home and living environment and if need be, build or purchase a cat condo to give the cats the best of both worlds.
DANNY is available for an adoption fee of $200 each, or $150 each if adopting more than one kittie. We realise that this is considerably more than cats that can be bought online or with local rescues, however, it is important to remember where the boys have come from and understand that $200 doesn't come close to covering even a slight portion of costs incurred.