Dylan is a calm, sweet 6 year old boy. He was brought to the shelter right before Christmas when his owner was deployed and Dylan couldn't go along. He doesn't understand why he is here when he did nothing wrong. He may be shy at first, and will need patience and a quiet room to himself for awhile, as he adjusts to his new home. Do you have the love and patience that Dylan needs?
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To fill out an adoption application online, you can visit our website at www.ycspca.org , click on Adopt a Pet and then click on Apply online to bring up an application.
Pets adopted from our shelter are spayed or neutered and receive necessary vaccinations as part of the adoption fee.
There are many more animals available for adoption through the York County SPCA. To view more animals please visit http://yorkcountyspca.wix.com/yorkcountyspcacats#!more-adoptable-cats/c1y8x
PLEASE NOTE: The economy has taken its toll on pets. We currently have many cats looking for forever homes. We are running a 2 Purr Special until further notice. If you have room in your heart and your home for 2 kitty cats you can now adopt 2 cats and the 2nd adoption fee will be waived. Be sure to ask about the 2 PURR SPECIAL when you fill out your application for adoption.
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