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My name is Monkey!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Sanford, North Carolina - Monkey
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I'm being cared for by:
Carolina Animal Rescue & Adoption

Facts about Monkey

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Black & White Or Tuxedo
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 9913038
  • Hair: Short
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.

Thank you for considering adopting one of CARA's Special pets! To apply read about our adoption policies here to fill out an application.



Hello, my name is Monkey!  My birthdate is 4/13/14. I am a very sweet, loving kitty and just loves attention. Will you come to CARA and meet me?



Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.


To see more animals for adoption, please visit the CARA Website

Our adoption fees are:
Dogs: $155
Cats: $95
Puppies under 4 months: $115 plus S/N Deposit: $100
Kittens under 4 months: $70 plus S/N Deposit: $100

All pets available for adoption have been spayed or neutered (unless under 4 months please read about our adoptions here ), are current on vaccinations and preventatives, and micro-chipped. Cats have been tested and confirmed negative for Feline AIDS and Leukemia. Dogs have been tested for heartworm disease.

Our shelter is located at 42 Deep River Rd in Sanford and is open Tues, Thurs,  & Fri from 3pm - 7pm & Sat from 10-2pm (other times available by appointment). CARA's adoption process and online application can be found at  http://www.cara-nc.org/info/adoption

Please call 919-774-9433, email adoptions@cara-nc.org, or visit www.cara-nc.org for information about this or other pets available for adoption.

If you would like to adopt me or any of my friends, please visit CARA to fill out an on-line application or e-mail us at adoptions@cara-nc.org.

Every animal that comes into the CARA program is here because one or more events occurred  that led to this animal needing not only a home, but a person or family to love and protect them. Each animal has been loved and cared for by a small and determined group of people who want nothing more than to know each animal is safe for the rest of his or her life. Thank you for looking to adopt!



About Carolina Animal Rescue & Adoption

About Our Shelter...

Our Mission Statement:

To promote responsible pet ownership through humane education, and to provide shelter and care to domestic companion animals until a loving, responsible home can be found, or lost pets are reunited with their guardians.

At Carolina Animal Rescue and Adoption (CARA) we are dedicated to finding permanent and loving families for the homeless dogs and cats of North Carolina. CARA began rescuing homeless animals from across N.C. in April 2003, and we have placed countless animals in wonderful homes across the country. CARA is dedicated to providing the best service possible to the animals in our care and the families who adopt from us. We take pride in adopting healthy animals and go to great lengths to pair each pet with the perfect family.


CARA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, volunteer organization that operates on individual and corporate donations and fundraising proceeds. We do not receive any funding from government agencies or national animal welfare agencies. We are very fortunate to have a caring and dedicated team of volunteers, board members, and supporters.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Open House at Shelter:

Every Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 10:00am to 2:00pm and Thursdays from 4pm - 8pm.

closed Sunday and Mondays.

Adopt-a-thons:

Please visit our website www.cara-nc.org to learn more about our adoptathon dates!

Kitties at Apex Petsmart:
2nd two weeks of month - check our website to see the dates!

Our Adoption Process...

Please fill out an adoption application on our website, www.cara-nc.org.

Dogs: $160
Cats: $100
Puppies under 4 months: $125 plus S/N Deposit: $100
Kittens under 4 months: $90 plus S/N Deposit: $100

Includes spay/neuter, age-appropriate vaccines, dewormings, flea, tick, heartworm prevention.

Dogs are heartworm tested and Cats are FeLV/FIV tested.