You’ve seen the ads for the “kittens for adoption” but are unsure what to do about them? You can always go to the shelter or click on the photo of the cat to learn more about it. There are many options out there, from kittens to senior cats. The animals in the shelter are in good physical health and up to date on their vaccinations. Here’s how to adopt one today! It’s easy!
Simon is a lovely cat who craves attention. He’s neutered and has had his vaccinations and is currently receiving nebulizer medication for a chronic nasal infection. He’d love to be adopted with his best friend, Woody. He’s spayed and has had his shots. Willow is a pretty longhaired kitten who would enjoy a window view. She is up to date on her vaccinations and has been spayed.
If you’re looking for a cat to adopt, Animal Haven is a great place to start. Each cat has undergone a thorough medical exam and been neutered or spayed. It’s up to date on vaccines and has been tested for feline leukemia and AIDS. You can even add the cats to your Amazon Wishlist! Just remember to keep the animal’s welfare in mind at all times. If a cat has a history of being abused or neglected, it is highly likely to have suffered from abuse or neglect.
CAT’s Adopt page lists cats and kittens that are looking for a home. Each pet profile includes age, personality, and location. If you decide to adopt a kitten or cat, you can apply online and meet your new friend in person. You must also provide a valid form of identification when applying for adoption online. If the cat you want is available in person, you can meet with its foster parents and possibly take it home the same day.
While many people think that all cats in shelters are unhealthy, this is not true. Most cats in shelters and cat rescues are healthy, loving, and adoptable. In fact, most of the time, it isn’t their fault! They are simply given up by their owners due to family changes, financial constraints, or lack of time. Many people don’t realize the time and dedication it takes to care for a cat.
Anjellicle Cats Rescue is a registered, 501c3 non-profit cat rescue in New York City. Its mission is to make New York a no-kill city by saving shelter cats and community cats. The majority of the cats that Anjellicle takes in are injured or sick. These cats are then placed into foster homes to prepare them for adoption into permanent homes. The shelters also help prepare a cat for adoption by matching its personality to the home.
“RC” is a cat with a story. He was originally an outdoor colony cat. His family noticed that he was unable to keep up with his fellow cats. He was also bobbing his head and walking in circles. It was a challenge for him to keep up, but he’s now walking and playing like a normal cat. He has FIV, so he’ll need a home where he’s the only pet or with another FIV-positive cat. He is neutered and up-to-date on vaccines.