Simply Cats, a cageless, no-kill shelter and adoption center.
Our Mission We save cats from suffering or euthanasia by practicing and promoting high standards of care and creating successful adoptions.
Our Vision Simply Cats strives to continue its commitment to be a recognized and respected leader of no-kill cat rescue and adoption.
Our Values High quality care: we treat the cats entrusted to us with respect and the highest level of veterinary care. Innovation: we develop programs that continually keep us on the cutting edge of the animal welfare industry; and promote personal & professional development for our team. Human-animal bond: we educate the community and promote the importance of the human-animal bond. People: we value all individuals and treat them with the highest level of respect and compassion. Service: we offer unique services to our community Financial Integrity: we commit to the highest standards of integrity in management of donor resources.
Come Meet Our Pets...
The Simply Cats Adoption Center is located at 2833 S. Victory View Way in Boise, ID, which is a quarter mile east of the Victory Road and Maple Grove Road intersection.
Our adoption center hours are: Tuesday - Saturday, from Noon to 5 pm with extended hours on Thursday until 6 pm
Our Adoption Process...
We try to make the adoption process as easy as possible, however it is our goal to find these animals forever homes ~ so, you are asked to complete a brief adopter questionnaire prior to adoption. In addition, we now utilize the ASPCA’s Meet Your Match Feline-ality program to assist adopters in finding the right cat for their lifestyle. This program also includes a brief survey for the adopter.
Our adoption fees are as follows: Kittens up to the age of 6 months, $75 Adults age 6 months to age 7, $65 Seniors over the age of 7, $25 All cats/kittens are spayed or neutered, fully vaccinated, microchipped, dewormed, treated for ear mites and fleas, and have tested negative for FIV and FeLV.
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