already spayed, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with cats.
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with cats.
Ebony is one of 6 kittens that came in she is very sweet and loves attention and is four months old. We are running a black cat special so her fee is only 49.99 and everything is done and she is ready for her furrever home please come meet this sweet girl.
We are a fairly new, very small no kill cat shelter. We have a close knit staff of a few volunteers who are dedicated to our residents. Our goal is to rehabilitate and socialize all of our cats so they are cat and people friendly and very adoptable. We try not to have any cats in a cage (though our cages are very large), but to allow them all to be free roaming. We have an isolation room for any sick kitties and a separate room for the young kittens. We are proud of our shelter which has turned into a home for these cats until they find their forever home. We love them all, have become attached as if they were our own and are sad for ourselves when they leave, but oh so very happy for them.
You can visit our shelter Monday thru Saturday 9 am to 4 pm
Our location is 12002 N 111th Ave in Youngtown, AZ
You can watch videos of our cats and kittens on our channel on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9Q0nAGZpqKCJvMuN9bvsXQ
Our Adoption Process...
Once you find the kitty you wish to adopt you will need to fill out a simple adoption application. After the application has been approved, a final adoption contract is filled out. This will have all the kitty's information for you-dates of spay/neuter, FELV & FIV test and shots. The adoption fee is $75 and is non-refundable. If for any reason your new kitty doesn't work out you must return him/her to us.
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