Please meet Monty and his Mom, Puff. These two beauties are a remarkable pair. They have been through so much together and the love they have for each other pulls your heart strings. Monty is a handsome, blue-eyed, 6 year old Siamese mix, with soft, fluffy fur and flame point markings. He is friendly, sweet and loves to be petted and brushed. He is a gentle cat and takes good care of Puff, his 8 year old momma cat. Puff has cataracts, so she relies on Monty to be near by. In addition to her vision issues, she has an abnormal, unsteady gait. The vet speculated that she was either hit by a car or severely beaten, probably fracturing her hips. So Monty is her guide and protector. She is also very sweet and loving, wanting only to sit beside you and be petted. Both kitties have had recent vet care and been given a clean bill of health. We need to find a loving home for these two incredible cats ASAP. Please open your home and your heart to Puff & Monty. If you would like to know more or meet this special bonded pair, please call Olivia at 949-472-4744 or email email@example.com
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Saffron is a 3 1/2 year old black calico with one white paw tip. She also has some Tortie markings making her something really special. She is not only beautiful but has brains too! Her foster said she just can't believe how Saffron is able to open drawers and doors, even those with magnetic closures, and disappear and reappear in the blink of an eye. She loves to cuddle and snuggle and is looking for her forever home to share. She will reward you every day by showering you with love. Her last owner couldn't take her when she had to move. Please consider this precious beauty and call Olivia as 949-472-4744 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or Terri at email@example.com.
Click here to watch a video about Saffron!
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.
Please email our Director of Adoptions . . .
Olivia Pagano - 949-472-4744 - firstname.lastname@example.org
and arrange to meet the kitty in which you are interested.
Complete an Adoption Application and email or send it to the address on the form.
(See PDF of Adoption Application below. Easy to download, print and fill out.)
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.
Please meet the wonderful kitties that we were able to find 'forever homes' for during the past year. Each cat was special and with the help of our membership and the community, we were able to re-home each of these beauties. ENJOY!
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.