PATCH and BOO BOO are part of a family of five siblings we’ve brought into our program! These two siblings are especially bonded and need to be adopted together. Patch, bless her heart, depends on Boo Boo for security. They have been checked out by our vet, are up-to-date on all shots, newly chipped and healthy as can be. They’ve also been to the groomers and look especially gorgeous, just as Calicos should look.
Because calico cats are so rare, they're considered a good luck charm all over the world. The Calico cat is said to be warm-hearted, affectionate, intelligent and good with children. Calico’s have wonderful markings that make them unique among cats. Between their coloring and their eyes, they are something special. Both are 10 years old and weigh in around 12 lbs.
PATCH and BOO BOO are now in foster care just waiting to find a new and loving home. To make arrangements to see these two beautiful kitties, please contact Bev Elwell at: 215-896-7054 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You’ll be very happy you did.
BOO BOO at the groomers - https://youtu.be/MVKI4D30mdQ
PATCH at the Groomers: https://youtu.be/byLswlQOj0Y
SKIPPY is unique among the kitties that we have brought into our program lately. He is the only male in his family of 4 calico sisters. They were all raised together since birth by a lovely lady no longer able to care for them. Skippy is a tuxedo, basically, with a white chest and paws. According to his foster, he is a bit shy, and may take some patience as he is adjusting to a new home. He’s a big boy, but not a big eater – sharing a small can of wet food and a cup of dry with his sister Phantom. His foster says, he’ll sleep on her bed, but not at night. He has a sweet personality and loves being brushed.
He has have been checked out by our vet, is up-to-date on all shots, newly chipped and healthy as can be. He’s also been to the groomers and looks especially gorgeous. You can see how cute he is after grooming from the video link below. To make arrangements to visit Skippy, please contact Bev Elwell at: 215-896-7054 or email@example.com. You’ll be delighted you did.
Skippy at the Groomers - Kats Only:
PHANTOM is are part of a family of five siblings we've brought into our program! Phantom is the fourth of 4 sisters, all calicos. Because calico cats are so rare, they're considered a good luck charm all over the world. From her photo, don’t you think she is very regal? Calico’s have wonderful markings that make them unique among cats. Between their coloring and their eyes, they are something special and certainly Ms. Phantom is exactly that. She has a gentle temperament, a very sweet disposition and according to her foster, she is just plain special. She and her brother, Skippy, share a small can of wet and a cup of dry, so she’s not a finicky eater, weighing in about 12 lbs. She loves to be brushed, to play and to gaze out the window. She has been checked out by our vet and is are up-to-date on all shots, newly chipped and healthy as can be. She’s also been to the groomers and looks especially gorgeous, just as a calico should look. (see link below) To make arrangements to visit Phantom, please contact Bev Elwell at: 215-896-7054 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You’ll be very happy you did.
Phantom visits Kats Only Groomers: https://youtu.be/9r3jeZMCnA4
Our primary goal is a successful adoption: finding a loving and safe forever home for the special cats who have entered our program, most of whom are older and grieving the loss of their home and human. It’s important to us to establish that the potential adopter is capable of providing the kitty with a safe environment, nourishing food, regular veterinary care, appropriate attention, and an understanding heart. We are honest about each cat’s needs and the potential cost of its care. On this basis, we reserve the right to deny an application. However, because we are so thorough, our success rate is phenomenally high. Most of our cats have spent their lives in one home where they were given lots of love and care. So most, in spite of their advanced age, are friendly, affectionate, and healthy creatures. Each has had a recent exam and is up to date on all required shots and tests. For us, the joy of a purrfect match is indescribable.
To find your perfect companion, you are on the right page
Please email our Director of Adoptions . . .
Bev Elwell - 215-896-7054 or email email@example.com
and arrange to meet the kitty that you are interested in adopting.
Complete an Adoption Application and email or send it to the address on the form.
(See PDF of Adoption Application below. Easy to download.)
(These forms are PDF files, downloadable to print and fill out, or by opening this file in Adobe Reader, you can fill in the form by choosing the 'Fill and Sign' link on the right hand tool bar )
Arrange a home visit. Cats are very clever escape artists and relentlessly curious. We will visit your home and point out possible hazards or places in which they can get into trouble.
*Arrange for the transfer of the kitty and its stuff to its new forever home!
*The Club would appreciate a minimum donation of $50.00.
This video is the story of the 30 cats the Laguna Woods Cat Club took into our program this past year. We were able to find loving homes for each and every one of these precious kitties. Please have a look at the cats that were saved by ADOPTION. Thanks for your on-going support and
Happy New Year.
by Sara Kent, Director, Shelter Outreach, Petfinder
Be prepared should be your mantra when bringing a new pet into your home. Cats are particularly sensitive to new surroundings and some may hide under a bed or in a closet for days or even weeks. You can avoid pitfalls with your new critter and help him or her adapt more easily by following these guidelines:
Before You Bring Your Cat Home:
First Day: Now, you are ready for your cat’s homecoming. Preferably, bring her home in a cat carrier. It will feel safer to her.She has seen a lot of excitement, so take her directly to her new room. (Make sure the toilet lid is down, if she’s to acclimate in your bathroom.) Ideally, you would restrict her exposure to the whole family, but naturally, everyone is going to want to see her. Remind them of the ground rules you’ve set up.
Following Weeks: It may take your cat a week or two to adjust. Be patient.
Congratulations! If you follow these tips, you’ll be on your way to having a well-adjusted feline family member.