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.
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Barnum & Bailey are bonded brothers and we would like to adopt them together if possible.
CATS AT PETSMART BEDFORD:
CATS IN FOSTER HOMES:
Reecy is about 4 years old and completely vetted. She likes attention, but on her terms. lol She was abandoned with a kitten and managed to survive and keep her kitten safe. She is a very laid back cat, and is very playful too. She tolerates other cats, but likes to be the queen.
TIXIE & TRUVY
Sisters Tixie & Truvy are spayed and ready for adoption. Playful, loving and sweet. These girls would be great family cats. They love attention and are very outgoing. Good with other cats. Six months old. They can be adopted separately or together.
Tawney is a little over 2 years old. She is shy but sweet. Once she is used to you, she loves attention and has a big purr. Tawney would do best in a quiet home with no small children or dogs. Tawney is fine with other cats.
Jack is about 4 years old. He loves attention and is very playful. Jack needs to be on a strict diet of urinary food only.
CRISSY & JANET
5 months old. Bonded sisters will be adopted together, special adoption fee of $350 and it includes their spays. A playful and loving pair, lap cats.
Five month old Spitfire came to us through the TNR program as a semi-feral. Spitfire is a typical kitten in many ways as he loves to play. He loves to play with many types of toys and balls and gets along well with the 4 other cats in the foster home. Laser pointer is his favorite thing. Spitfire can be very shy when meeting new people so it will take some time to adjust to his new human family which is why his foster mom will allow potential adopters to come to where he is living to meet him. Spitfire would love to have other cats to play with.
Stanley also was considered semi feral and will sometimes hiss at you if you scare him or move too quickly. He will need to take a some time to get used to his new humans and he will likely hide so would be best to keep him in a small room or kennel at first. He is not a lap cat but he does love affection on his terms. He loves for you to play with him and loves the laser pointer. Stanley is a long haired black tuxedo about 5 months old. Because he lives with 4 other cats it would be great if he had other cats to play with. Stanley us very shy when meeting new people so it will take some time to adjust to his new human family which is why his foster mom will allow potential adopters to come to where he is living to meet him.
Miller is a very special case. This semi-feral is a very old fella, no teeth, only vision in one eye. He has never been outside and came from an indoor hoarding situation. We’ve now got him healthy and to a good weight. His coat and colours are beautiful. We are making some progress with trust and socialization but he will normally run and hide when he sees you. He likes to sit up high and enjoys his comfort zones, hide spots. This old boy still enjoys balls and catnip toys. He is food motivated and loves canned food and treats. He doesn’t seem to mind other cats if they are very laid back and non-aggressive. If you don’t mind sharing your space with a beautiful cat that you cannot touch and might not see too often, you might be a match. He MUST remain indoors only. We would consider a long-term foster situation for Miller.