Lilly, a 2½ year old female with plush black fur, is as sweet as kitties come. She is friendly and outgoing but doesn't dominate or ask for much attention. She has played nicely with a 4-year-old boy, accepting pets and scratches around the neck, and would most likely be comfortable in a home with children. If you welcome Lilly into your home, she may be shy and hide, but her curiosity will get the better of her and she will come out to meet you and explore. She likes gentle rubs and low-key kitty games. Although she did live with a dog and other cats, she likes attention from her human and would do fine as an only kitty.
Every PALS cat and kitten has been spayed/neutered, microchipped, tested negative for FeLV/FIV and is up-to-date on vaccinations. A note about kittens: if you are adopting a kitten, they may need to complete their FVRCP (distemper) series and may not be old enough for their rabies vaccination. These essential vaccines will be the responsibility of their new owner. Detailed vet records and a calendar of vaccination due dates will be provided.
The PALS Adoption Center, located inside PetSmart at 10 Traders Way in Salem, MA (just off Highland Ave/Rte 107) is open Saturday and Sunday from 11AM-4PM or by appointment on Monday/Wednesday/Friday between 11AM- 2PM. Adoption applications can be found online at www.palscats.org, outside of our Adoption Center in PetSmart, or by emailing adoptions@PalsAnimalLifeSavers.com. A completed application is not necessarily an approved application. We do ask for written landlord approval if you rent, or proof of home ownership (water bill, etc.) We will also check your vet references.
Our online sites are updated regularly, but we can not guarantee that a cat you see here is still available. Please email if you have any questions regarding the adoption process or our available cats and kittens. PALS is an all-volunteer, no-kill rescue group. Each and every cat and kitten has been rescued locally.
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