According to their previous owner, "Ace and Wilson tend to sleep side by side every night with each other or the dog, though they tend to want to be close by their people too.
They love looking out windows, sitting in the sun, watching fish swim in the tank, and also making sure the dog feels included. Wilson and Ace play together everyday, and tend to groom each other in between play sessions, and sometimes in the middle of them. Ace is more vocal, and if asked a question or called over, he will generally respond with a meow in response. Ace would like nothing more than lots of attention, a lap to sit on, and someone to snuggle with. He can often be found in some interesting positions, from sitting like a human, stretching out his arms out like Frankenstein when sleeping, or flopping on his side to get his belly rubbed.
Wilson is super sweet, smart and much quieter, though if there is a housefly around, he makes the funniest cat babble noises, and they will both try and catch it, usually successfully. While Ace will invite himself up on your lap, Wilson will look up at you and hope you pick him up so he can sit next to you or on your lap."
Ace + Wilson are both 3 years old, neutered, tested negative for FIV and FeLV, vaccinated and Microchipped.
All Lambertville Animal Welfare cats and kittens are living in foster homes in the greater Lambertville/ New Hope area. Because we are a foster-based rescue group we do not have a physical location that you can visit.
To best support our cats and adopters, we adopt to homes within a 30-45 minute distance of the Lambertville, NJ area. Please contact us for more information if you are interested in adopting or fostering a cat or kitten.
Our adoption fee for an adult cat is $100 ($125 for rescued Purebred or Declawed cats), and the fee for a kitten (6 months and under) is $125. This includes spay or neuter, all age-appropriate vaccinations, testing for FIV and FeLV, any other needed vet care, and a Home Again microchip.
The first step if you are interested in adopting, would be for you to send us an email with your full name, telephone number and where you live, as well as a few sentences about your current or previous pets, your living situation and anything else you think is relevant, so that we make sure there is a perfect match between our cats and adopters!
Once we receive your additional information, our Adoption Coordinator will contact you to discuss further.
We are happy to answer any questions that you may have. Thank you for considering a rescue cat.
Lambertville Animal Welfare (LAW) is a group of Volunteer residents dedicated to saving the lives of animals impounded as strays in Lambertville and surrounding municipalities in Hunterdon County. Through its partnership with the City of Lambertville, local Animal Control Officers, other rescue groups, local Vet offices, and other local stakeholders, Lambertville Animal Welfare strives to rescue animals in immediate danger of euthanasia and work together to find foster and adoptive homes for them.
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