Cats Available for Adoption

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ADOPTION FEES:

Adults  – $150

Kittens (under 1 year) $200  * includes their spay or neuter when they turn six months old at one of the 10 clinics that work with Spay Day.

* All of our cats have had a veterinary check-up. They have been treated for fleas and worms, tested for feline leukemia and FIV, spayed/neutered (over 6 months) and vaccinated.

The adoption application is now available here on the website. Click on the tab and print off a copy to complete. Thanks.

KITTENS:

CATS IN FOSTER HOMES:

ROSIE

Rosie

3.5 year old Rosie is playful & loving. Her foster mom says she has to be on you or near you.  She was abandoned when her family moved. Rosie does not like other cats. Kids over 8 please.

Big Buddy

big buddy

Big Buddy will be shy at first but once he is comfortable with you he is very affectionate. Big Buddy will follow you around the house and be where you are. Great cat for someone with cat experience and who is willing to give him the time he will need to adjust in a new home. Buddy LOVES other cats and he can’t get enough play time with them. He would do well in a home with another young playful cat. Buddy was found abandoned in Halifax where some nice folks had been feeding him for quite a while. He has adjusted to life back inside just fine. **Buddy requires a urinary diet** special adoption fee of $100 

A note about urinary diet requirements: Urinary food is a special food fed to cats to prevent urinary crystals that cause blockages. Cats on urinary food will generally avoid future urinary problems if kept on the urinary food, available in both dry and wet. At one time this food was only available from veterinary clinics. Now pet stores such as PetSmart sell urinary food. Hills sells a urinary canned & dry food from pet stores. And all the Royal Canin dry food from veterinary clinics is urinary rated. With a high quality cat food your costs are not much more because you feed less so a bag lasts as long as the cheap stuff. And by spending a bit more on quality food you avoid veterinary costs due to weight, digestive, urinary or other health problems. Don’t be afraid of cats that require a urinary diet, they are among the most wonderful cats we rescue.

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