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Rescue Cats

Rescue cats for adoption are available in many shelters for Persian, Burmese, Siamese, and many other cats and kittens.

Adopting rescue cats is always a great idea, as it gives you the opportunity to care and provide for an animal that’s desperately in need.  But the task isn’t always an easy one, as some animals require special care because of the conditions in which they were rescued from.  For that reason, your rescue cats could end up being a big investment into your time, as well as money.  But rescuing an animal is also extremely rewarding, so long as you’re willing to put in the effort.  Adopting this type of cat is never easy, but you will definitely be able to feel great knowing you saved a feline in need.

When it comes to rescue cats, one of the biggest things to understand is that they’ve usually come from an extremely traumatic situation.  Some cats are saved from poor living conditions, abuse, and practically any other harsh situation you can think of.  For that reason, they are not always perfectly acclimated to regular life, and it will take some time for your new pet to adapt.  That means, the first thing about any rescue cats, is simply that you’ll need to be patient, so that you form a bond with your new animal.  They will likely be apprehensive at first, but it’s important that you’re patient and take things slowly.

In most cases, rescue cats have certain trust issues that can be cured over time, but it will take some getting used to.  For the first few days, and maybe even weeks that you have your new pet, you’ll have to work with them slowly to gain their trust.  Because most rescue cats come from harsh environments, they won’t be as trusting, and may spend a lot of time hiding or slinking around in the shadows.  But once they see that you’re not a threat, and that you’re actually a good pet owner, you’ll find that they spend more time in the open, and will even begin to come over to you regularly.

So long as you’re prepared for the responsibility, you can adopt rescue cats from most Humane Society centers, or even from other local animal rescue services.  Typically you can find a listing by searching through Google or Bing to find all the companies that are available in your area.  Just remember to research your results, so that you can find a reputable company that you can trust.  This way you know the rescue cats are well taken care of, so that you can really do the community a great service by adopting one.  But also remember to find out about all of the cats possible special needs.

When it comes to rescue cats, it’s important to realize that they will require special care of some sort, and you’ll need to find out their history beforehand.  Only by meeting with the vet and learning about their story for how the cat was rescued, as well as the medication that they may require, can you be truly prepared.  Plus they can give you the tips you need to care for your rescue cats in the best way possible, so you can give an abused animal the warm and loving home that they so desperately need.