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Jazzpurr Society for Animal Protection
Cat adoption saves lives. Adopt a cat and you'll have a friend for life! Contact us, or contact another local humane society, animal shelter or SPCA.
647 Ouellette Avenue, Suite 205
Windsor, ON N9A 4J4
Pets at Our Shelter:
Cities, Towns, and/or Counties We Serve:Windsor, LaSalle, Essex, Amherstburg, Leamington, Harrow (All of Essex County)
About Our Shelter:Jazzpurr Society operates a no-kill shelter for homeless cats and kittens. We vigorously promote loving and responsible pet guardianship by individuals and the community. We are helping to solve the pet overpopulation problem by facilitating reproduction controls, both in our shelter cats and the stray and feral cats in our community.
Come Meet our Pets:Call or email for more information about adoptions.
Our Adoption Process:To adopt an pet, you will need to contact us either by phone or email to set up an appointment with our adoption counsellor. Since bringing a new family member into the home will affect everyone in it and it is important that everyone share in this exciting time. Your whole household will be included in the entire process and will need to attend this appointment with you.
When you come to adopt a Jazzpurr Cat, you will be asked first to answer a few questions. We will need to see some proof of identity, and we will ask you for a reference. This is all to match you with the ideal companion and assure a successful adoption. Our adoption counsellor will discuss with you the histories and personalities of one or more cats that might be suitable matches with you and invite you to visit with them.
Before you take the kitty home, you will be asked to sign an adoption contract and pay a membership fee (non-refundable). Although it is not required, we truly appreciate donations to help us pay for the excellent but expensive care that your kitty has received from us so that we can continue to care for more homeless and abandoned felines. The medical care that your kitty has received would have cost well over $300. In addition, you will receive literature on cat care, the kitty's health certificate, and all the resources that a whole Society of cat lovers can give you to ensure a successful relationship with your new family member.
There will be a one-day waiting period to allow you and your family to discuss this decision in private, and for us to verify and approve your application.
You will be required to transport the kitty in an approved safety carrier.