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My name is Opal!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Ferndale, Michigan - Opal
Photo 1 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Ferndale, Michigan - Opal
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I'm being cared for by:
The Ferndale Cat Shelter

Facts about Opal

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Gray Or Blue (Mostly)
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: ps_80656445
  • Hair: Short

Opal is such a darling girl! She came to us from Warren animal control with fleas and hair loss. Poor baby! But her rough living didn't affect her sparkling personality. She loves to follow you around at Catfe Lounge and looks for any opportunity to perch on your lap. She is a first-rate biscuit maker too! Stop by and say hello. She is sure to win your heart.

Update on Opal: She is currently in a foster home getting a special diet to keep her girlish figure. This young lady has what appear to be benign mammary tumors. We are keeping an eye on them!


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About The Ferndale Cat Shelter

About Our Shelter...

Our organization works to help cats, kittens, and our community to promote happy and healthy lives for all.

Donate to Our Shelter...

Come Meet Our Pets...

Most of our pets are available through foster homes and arrangements will be scheduled at agreeable times with all parties.

We also have cats and kittens at our Catfe Lounge (821 Livernois in Ferndale) and can make arrangements for meetups there.

Our Adoption Process...

The Ferndale Cat Shelter vets and helps place cats and kittens from our community. We ask just $60 per cat or kitten over 6 months and $100 per kitten under 6 months, seniors (over 5) are $40. This includes spay/neuter, vaccinations, and microchipping. We do not give away cats or kittens.

1. Complete an adoption form at http://ferndalecatshelter.org/forms-and-applications/adoption-application/. We use this to try to determine good matches and to check out the potential adopter prior to meeting the potential pet.

2. We schedule a meeting with potential adopters and potential new family members to assess if this is a great match for everyone.

3. If everything clicks, we schedule a visit to the potential adopter's home where we go through our contract step by step. http://ferndalecatshelter.org/forms-and-applications/adoption-contract/

4. The cats or kittens are then delivered to their new home and the adoption fee is collected. The new family member will be up to date on shorts and spayed/neutered.