Support Cat Adoption and Rescue. Why go to a cat breeder or pet store to buy a cat when you can adopt?
Our Featured St. Marys, OH Partner:
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.
Cities, Towns, and/or Counties We Serve:
SART is a rescue, shelter and sanctuary all in one. We serve the St. Marys, Ohio area and currently have over 300 cats and kittens in residence at SART.
SART has rescued over 1200 cats and kittens off of the streets of St. Marys and the surrounding area. We have adopted over 500, and the remaining that are with us live happily at SART in big rooms with music, toys, condos, windows, friendship and love. SART is a very peaceful place and our felines are very well cared for. We also are a shelter who TNR - we have 6 colonies in our area that are tended to daily and watched over - it is a very good way to cut the reproduction problem without taking the lives of innocent animals. SART is very proud of all that has been accomplished in just a few years, and have big goals to meet in the upcoming years to eliminate the overproduction and population problems with cats in our area.
Come Meet our Pets:
Private adoptions are done through appointment so that the adoptees have privacy, time, attention and ability to learn. The appointment is set after emailing and agreeing on the adoption through SART. A contract is then signed at the time of selection, and a picture taken for FB to showcase the adoption on the SART FB.
Our Adoption Process:
There is no adoption fee, but we happily accept monetary donations to help another kitty be ready for their new home. We also accept donations listed form our donation page on our website. Initial contact is best through email so that discussion can be done as to what you are looking for, etc. and we can determine if we can help you and in what way. A contract is signed at adoption, which is done privately by appointment, stating that you will love and care for the inside pet for the length of its life.