Lady Jane's mom brought her and her brother to a feeding station. A kind couple trapped all three and we helped them with the spay/neuter and vaccines. While Lady Jane's mom and brother chose to go back outside, Lady Jane stayed inside. She roamed the house and even slept on their bed. At the shelter, she is shy but can be bribed with treats.
Serafine was a stray being fed by people who worked in that area. She was an emergency intake during the -21 degree cold snap that we had. It turned out she also had an infection (pyometria) and was rescued right in time. She's about 3 years old and playful. However, she gets overstimulated easily and has to go home to a cat experienced household.
Shelby (Back) and Kirby (Front) are a bonded pair
To view some of our adoptable pets, scroll this page. Or, go to our Facebook and Instagram to see all of our adoptable pets on video! In addition, may go to Petfinder and/or Adopt-a-Pet. Lastly, some of our newer intakes may not yet be posted so you can fill out an application and indicate what type of pet you are looking for. Working with you the process will ensure that you find a pet well-suited to your lifestyle.
Complete the below application. Please note that adopters must be 21 years of age or older. Make sure to answer all questions completely as incomplete applications will NOT be processed.
We are a volunteer-only organization and often receive numerous applications. We respond to potential adopters who are a good fit for an animal within 2-3 working days. Also, make sure to check your spam folder in case our email is routed there.
Note that kittens are adopted out in pairs unless there is a young friendly cat at home. Also, kittens too young to spay/neuter receive a voucher to our participating veterinarian for sterilization when old enough. In addition, dogs are tested for heart worm while kittens/cats are tested for felv/fiv.
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