CUDDLES

Cuddles is the sweetest cat! Besides being very sweet, she is beautiful, purrs a lot and comes when you call her name. She LOVES people and would make an excellent companion. Cuddles enjoys looking out the window when she’s not near her family. She is approximately 5 years old, spayed, vaccinated & microchipped. She is OK with calm dogs, cats and good with children. Call Sheyenne Valley Friends of Animals at 701-840-5047 or email jenni.svfa@gmail.com if you have any questions about adopting Cuddles.

For all animal adoptions, you must complete a Pre-Adoption application found on our website at svfanimals.org under the “Forms” tab. Submit PDF/Word document to jenni.svfa@gmail.com.

Sheyenne Valley Friends of Animals is a foster home based rescue located in Valley City, North Dakota.

BUTTER, CRUMPET, PEPPA & TOAST

Hello, we are Butter and Toast, Peppa and Crumpet! We’re a happy blended family of guinea pigs (piggies). Butter and Toast (seen on the right and left) are 1-year-old brothers. They used to share a room, but started fighting as teenagers. In the middle are sweethearts Peppa (hairless female) and Crumpet (neutered male). These two were abandoned and taken in by Butter and Toast’s original owner, who then had to move out of state suddenly, which is how they all came to SVFA. The piggies are happiest munching a shared bunch of grass or dandelions, as evidenced by squeals of joy, squeaking, and chuttering. The boys also “rumble” to flirt with the female. After dark they all sleep and are quiet as a mouse. Guinea pigs are herd animals that thrive as a group, are quite easy to handle, and the sounds they make are part of their charm. Their needs include: unlimited amounts of timothy hay for healthy teeth and digestion, daily vitamin C to prevent scurvy (fortified pellets, leafy greens, fresh vegetables), sufficient space (their current enclosure is 27 square feet), and frequent cage cleaning. The $100 adoption fee includes all enclosure materials (grid panels, connectors, plastic mats), water bottles, hidey tubes, etc.

For all animal adoptions, you must complete a Pre-Adoption application found on our website at svfanimals.org under the “Forms” tab. Submit PDF/Word document to jenni.svfa@gmail.com.

Sheyenne Valley Friends of Animals is a foster home based rescue located in Valley City, North Dakota.

QUEEN RAINEY

This is Rainey, or Queen Rainey as she prefers to be called. Rainey recently went to her foster home and has settled in nicely. She isn’t too crazy about the dog and other foster cat that live in the house. They want to play with her, but she will only tolerate being around them as long as they realize their place, her being Queen and all. She is indifferent to them. She is very affectionate with her humans, but also likes her independence. Is your home Queen Rainey’s new castle? She is less than 1 year old, vaccinated, spayed and microchipped.  Call Sheyenne Valley Friends of Animals at 701-840-5047 or email jenni.svfa@gmail.com if you have any questions about adopting Rainey.

For all animal adoptions, you must complete a Pre-Adoption application found on our website at svfanimals.org under the “Forms” tab. Submit PDF/Word document to jenni.svfa@gmail.com.

Sheyenne Valley Friends of Animals is a foster home based rescue located in Valley City, North Dakota.

 

JACK FROST-ADOPT FEE PAID

ADOPTION FEE PAID IN FULL!

Do you like kitty hugs?? Then meet Mr. Jack Frost! This affectionate guy is the opposite of shy. He puts his paws on your shoulders and rubs his big head all over your chin and cheeks to say hello (“head hugs”). He’s great with kids and loves being picked up and carried around. After chasing some balls, he’ll curl up in your lap and chill. He’s done well around dogs, and isn’t interested in the foster home guinea pigs (a good thing!) Backstory: Jack Frost was found outside in the cold in December with another cat who sadly didn’t make it. His elderly rescuer couldn’t keep him but knew such a friendly, loving cat deserved a good home. Can you give this affectionate boy a forever home in exchange for free head hugs and purrs of appreciation? Jack is neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped. His FIV test was positive. ADOPTION FEE IS PAID. Call Sheyenne Valley Friends of Animals at 701-840-5047 or email  jenni.svfa@gmail.com for adoption details.

*WHAT IS FIV? Feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) is one of the most common and infectious diseases of cats around the world. In infected cats, FIV attacks the immune system, leaving the cat vulnerable to infections. Although cats infected with FIV may appear normal for years, they eventually suffer from immune deficiency, which allows normally harmless bacteria or viruses found in the everyday environment to potentially cause severe illnesses. Though there is no cure for FIV, recent studies suggest that cats with FIV commonly live average life spans, as long as they are not also infected with feline leukemia virus. While FIV is contagious, cats typically do not transmit the virus by sharing an eating bowl with other cats or through other feline contact actions like:  Social grooming, sneezing, and sharing.

Sheyenne Valley Friends of Animals is a foster home based rescue located in Valley City, North Dakota.

SOPHIE – FIV+ (ADOPT FEE PAID)

ADOPTION FEE HAS BEEN PAID!

Sophie is a very sweet girl! She loves to cuddle! Sophie also loves sleeping by her favorite person and she likes to get as close to you as she can. She has a very loud purr, so you can hear it when you are petting her, or she will just purr when she is on your lap. She loves cat nip! Sophie does get spooked very easily. Sophie was found outside and upon examination she was found to have several nasty bite wounds. Unfortunately, when she was taken to the vet for her wounds, she tested positive for FIV. Sophie is spayed, vaccinated and microchipped.  Please call Sheyenne Valley Friends of Animals at 701-840-5047 or email jenni.svfa@gmail.com if you are interested in Sophie or if you have any questions regarding FIV.

WHAT IS FIV? Feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) is one of the most common and infectious diseases of cats around the world. In infected cats, FIV attacks the immune system, leaving the cat vulnerable to infections. Although cats infected with FIV may appear normal for years, they eventually suffer from immune deficiency, which allows normally harmless bacteria or viruses found in the everyday environment to potentially cause severe illnesses. Though there is no cure for FIV, recent studies suggest that cats with FIV commonly live average life spans, as long as they are not also infected with feline leukemia virus. While FIV is contagious, cats typically do not transmit the virus by sharing an eating bowl with other cats or through other feline contact actions like:  Social grooming, sneezing, and sharing a litter box.

For all animal adoptions, you must complete a Pre-Adoption application found on our website at svfanimals.org under the “Forms” tab. Submit PDF/Word document to jenni.svfa@gmail.com.

Sheyenne Valley Friends of Animals is a foster home based rescue located in Valley City, North Dakota.