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Female Adult Siamese

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April

You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.Our website is updated daily April was surrendered due to unreal... show more

You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.Our website is updated daily April was surrendered due to unrealistic expectations. She is being worked with on hand-taming; she will take treats. April is a typical female that requires a lot of enrichment, stimulation and a proper habitat. April needs someone who is experienced with female Syrian hamsters. She is not a good hamster for young children or an inexperienced owner. She needs someone willing to continue to work with her or accept her as she is as. April is being fostered in Philadelphia, PA. Hamsters are crepuscular creatures. Like many other mammals, hamsters are more likely to be awake and active at dawn or dusk. This isn’t to say that some hamsters don’t ever stay awake all night. Much like humans, individual hamsters have their own sleep patterns. They aren’t all awake and playful at exactly the same time. This does mean you may not get quality time with them since most won't wake up until evening/night time. Please fill out a Small Animal Adoption Application. All questions may be directed to narcats@gmail.com. All correspondence will be initially through email until approved. Please check your SPAM folder. See all our hamsters for adoption at http://nar.rescuegroups.orgVisit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet. show less

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Briar

You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.Our website is updated dailyMy name is Briar, I came with my bro... show more

You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.Our website is updated dailyMy name is Briar, I came with my brothers Rocky and Thorn.  I am just as charming as my brothers with the bonus of being banded.  That means I have a band of white that breaks up the darker brown.  I enjoy sitting and being pet when my foster mom scoops me up.  When she stops petting me I start to climb and explore.My fluffy fur skirt is starting to grow out, but in a few weeks it will be long. Since it will get long, brushing will help avoid it matting. Matted fur can make it hard for me to burrow or get caugh on my wheel and other toys. My foster mom uses a soft bristled toothbrush to keep me tangle free. She says brushing my fur is really important for my health, but I think it's just an excuse for her to give me extra kisses. Briar is being fostered in Edgewater Park, NJ.Hamsters are crepuscular creatures. Like many other mammals, hamsters are more likely to be awake and active at dawn or dusk. This isn’t to say that some hamsters don’t ever stay awake all night. Much like humans, individual hamsters have their own sleep patterns. They aren’t all awake and playful at exactly the same time. This does mean you may not get quality time with them since most won't wake up until evening/night time. Please fill out a Small Animal Adoption Application. All questions may be directed to narcats@gmail.com. All correspondence will be initially through email until approved. Please check your SPAM folder. See all our hamsters for adoption at http://nar.rescuegroups.orgVisit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet. show less

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Covey

Domestic Short Hair

You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.Our website is updated daily  Covey is spayed, UTD on vaccines a... show more

You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.Our website is updated daily  Covey is spayed, UTD on vaccines and tested negative for FIV/FeLV. Approx. DOB is 8/23/2018.  Experienced owner with veterinary references required Local applicants (Phila. & surrounding suburbs) only Please note, only applicants meeting these qualifications will be contacted. A pregnant Covey found her way to a feeder's yard to find her next meal. One look at Covey's big belly and the feeder knew this poor young mom was due any minute and shouldn't have to have her babies on the street. She was taken in and found her way to our rescue. She had her babies in foster care. She was a very protective mother and loves her kittens. Her kittens have grown up to be playful and affection. Covey is ready to start a new life of a carefree, playful, and affectionate kitty. She is ready to take it easy with you on the sofa, watching your favorite Netflix shows. She is an affectionate girl but has been through a lot. She will need a little time to adjust to new people and new environments. She can also get over simulated and protective of herself, and will let you know when she has had enough attention. For this reason we do not recommend a home with young children. Covey is good with older children, good with cats, dogs unknown. If interested in adopting Covey, please fill out an application online at http://nar.rescuegroups.org.Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet. show less

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Herbil (White) & Foles (Black)*Adoption Pending *

You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.Our website is updated daily Herbil (White) , Foles (Black) Appr... show more

You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.Our website is updated daily Herbil (White) , Foles (Black) Approx. date of birth: July 2020 Adoption fee: $30.00  Herbil and Foles need an experienced home. They were surrendered when the former owners felt they couldn't give them the life and attention they really needed. Both are skiddish, more so Herbil (white), as he is shy and will hide. Foles is more out going and seeks attention.  Gerbils are active, clever animals and friendly by nature. When accustomed to handling and handled properly, gerbils are gentle critters and seldom bite. Gerbils are best suited for older children who have learned proper handling techniques and can assist parents with some of the regular care responsibilities.Gerbils have an average of 3 to 4 years and are active during all hours of the day. Gerbils hate being alone and love company, and do best when kept in same-sex groups. Please fill out a Small Animal Adoption Application. All questions may be directed to narcats@gmail.com. All correspondence will be initially through email until approved. Please check your SPAM folder. We do request that if you have a current set up to take a picture. The picture MUST include a sign with NAR and the date written on it. Please send to narcats@gmail.com. See all our Gerbils for adoption at http://nar.rescuegroups.orgVisit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet. show less