My name is Latte!

Domestic Shorthair Kitten for adoption in Hyde Park, New York - Latte
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Facts about Latte

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Kitten
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 16684
  • Hair: Unknown
Latte is a beautiful and spunky female kitten! She is a very playful and friendly girl, she just does not like to be picked up and held. It doesn't mean that she isn't nice because Latte really is! She would just rather come to you on her own and maybe hang out in your lap instead. We think that's a great compromise :)
Primary Color: Tortoiseshell
Age: 0yrs 5mths 3wks

About dcspca

About Our Shelter...

We rescue, shelter, and secure permanent homes for adoptable companion animals; advocate for the highest standards of animal care; and enforce animal cruelty laws throughout Dutchess County.

Come Meet Our Pets...

For additional information on DCSPCA events, please call (845) 452-7722 ext. 415

Wish List
Canned cat and dog food
Cake-sized paper plates
Non-clumping kitty litter

Clean, dry towels and blankets
Long handled scrub brushes
Garbage bags: heavy duty 60 gallon size
(Contractor bags)
Paper towels
Laundry detergent
Hoses and hose nozzles

Legal-sized envelopes
Postage stamps
Copy paper

About Us...

501c3 Statement
Mission Statement
Welcome Letter from Director
History of the DCSPCA
A List of Who's Who
Hours of Operation.

How to Help...

Volunteer Orientation Info
Volunteer Application
Wish List
Virtual Sponsor-A-Cage
Project H.O.P.E
Membership Info


Pictures of Available Animals Link to Petfinder
How to Adopt
Adoption Application
Adoption Fees
Sucess Stories

More Services...

Pet Pantry
Intake Procedures
Behavior Helpline/Tips
Low cost spay/neuter info
Youth educational programs

Special Events...

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Contact Us...

636 Violet Ave
(Route 9-G)
Hyde Park, New York
phone: 845-452-7722
More Contact Info

Our Adoption Process...

Anyone looking to adopt a pet from our shelter should read, print and bring in a completed adoption application. The application helps our adoption counselors assist adopters in the selection of a new pet, and allows us to determine whether an adoption is in the animal's best interest.

Prospective adopters should...

- Be 18 years of age or older
- Have identification showing your present address
- Have the knowledge and consent of your landlord (if applicable)
- Be able and willing to spend the time and money necessary to provide training, medical treatment and proper care for a pet

Adoption Fees

Kittens: (Ages up to 6 months old) $140.00
Cats: (Ages 7 months through 8 years) $120.00
Senior Cat: (Ages 9 years or older) $35.00
Special Needs Cat: $35.00
Adopt a Second Cat / Kitten: $35.00

Our adoption fee includes (estimated value $500): a general health examination, spay / neuter, FELV/FIV (leukemia/feline immunodeficiency virus) test, distemper vaccine, rabies vaccine (3 months or older), fecal exam and worming, flea and tick treatment, ear mite treatment, microchip and registration, pre-adoption screening, certificate for free exam, and lifetime support from the DCSPCA. All adopters will also be given a complimentary one year membership and be placed on our mailing list.


Puppy: (Ages up to 6 months) $300.00
Dog: (Ages 7 months through 7 years) $180.00
Senior Dog: (Ages 8 years and older) $100.00
Special Needs Dogs: $75.00

Out adoption fees include (estimated value $ 600): a general health examination, spay / neuter, heartworm / Lyme 4DX test, heartworm prevention, Bordatella (kennel cough) vaccination, distemper vaccination, Rabies vaccination (3 months or older), fecal exam and worming, flea and tick treatment, microchip and registration, pre-adoption screening, certificate for free vet exam, free post adoption consultation with our Canine Trainer, lifetime support from DCSPCA


Rabbits: $40
Hamsters / Gerbils / Rats: $20
Birds: $30
Guinea Pigs: $30
Exotic Birds: $125

PUBLIC FELINE SPAY/NEUTER (in our low-cost Spay-Neuter Clinic)

Public feline spay/neuter: $80.00

*Call the shelter at 452-7722, Option 5 to make an appointment.


Rabies vaccination, Feline Leukemia/AIDS testing, Feline Distemper vaccination, and microchipping available!

We are often asked why we charge a fee for our animals when animals are available for “free” in newspaper ads or in front of the local supermarket. While we are grateful that you’ve chosen to adopt a shelter animal, the reality is that we, too, must pay for staffing, electricity, heat and food. Donations only cover a portion of these costs. But, if you compare what you get with an adoption from the DCSPCA to a “free” animal, you’ll see that we offer the best value by far. Chews Adoption!