I'm being cared for by: Washington Humane Society/Washington Animal Rescue League
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Dot
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
I am already spayed.
Dot is a mama extraordinaire! She was rescued along with more than 60 other cats from a serious hoarding situation, and she has mothered multiple babies - some not even her own! Dot is a lovable goof ball who likes to chirp and sing to her living companions - you will never have to guess where she is hiding! She is still getting used to large groups of people, but once she's comfortable, she's a friendly, chatty charmer. She loves to play with her babies, Apus and Aquila, and keeps tabs on them closely. Dot would do well with a partner cat, particularly with Aquila. To meet me, email my foster moms at email@example.com.
About Washington Humane Society/Washington Animal Rescue League
We are DC's only open-access shelter. We are always available to help any animal in the District of Columbia. We have cats, dogs, rabbits, and more available for adoption out of our two adoption centers and also run the Capital Area Spay and Neuter Center.
Come Meet Our Pets...
We have two adoption centers and a robust foster care system, all of which have adoptable animals.
Adoption Center Hours:
12:00pm – 7:00pm Tues-Sun (closed Mondays)
Adoption Center Locations:
1201 New York Avenue, NE Washington, DC 20002 202-727-7369 202-727-5494
71 Oglethorpe St NW Washington, DC 20011 (202)726-2556
Animals in our foster care system can be viewed by visiting our website: washhumane.org/adopt and searching by site: Foster.
Our Adoption Process...
For more information about our adoption process, please visit washhumane.org/adopt
All cat and dog adoption fees include:
Spay/Neuter Applicable vaccinations Microchip Heartworm test (dogs), FIV/FeLV test (cats) 30 days of pet health insurance
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