My name is Charlotte!

Domestic Longhair Kitten for adoption in Charlotte, Michigan - Charlotte
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Facts about Charlotte

  • Breed: Domestic Longhair
  • Color: Calico Or Dilute Calico
  • Age: Kitten
  • Sex: Female
  • Hair: Long
Charlotte was found wandering the streets in downtown Lansing and is estimated to be about 9 months old. Her foster mom says Charlotte is very friendly and follows her around the house. If you are sitting on the couch or chair you will find Charlotte coming to join you so she can sit next to you. She enjoys being held and will definetely sleep with you at night to keep you warm! She likes to play with the toys that have some critter hanging off it and is often found batting a mouse toy around.

Charlotte is spayed, microchipped, vaccinatted for FVRCP and rabies, and tested negative for FIV and FeLV.

Her adoption fee is $75.00

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About Voiceless-MI

About Our Rescue Group...

Voiceless-MI is a federally recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit and State of Michigan non-profit established in August 2009 . We work to create change for companion animals by caring for those in need through our foster-care system, helping to reduce the unwanted pet population with spay/neuter programs, and supporting efforts and initiatives that benefit the protection of animals. We advocate abolishing pound seizure and are against animal cruelty. Voiceless-MI supports humane education programs for the public and encourages respect and compassion for all animals. We strive to be the voice for the voiceless.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Cat adoption events are the 1st, 3rd and 4th Saturdays of the month at Soldans pet store in Okemos from noon to 3:00.
Please Note: We only have cats at these adoption events.

Our Adoption Process...

Our goal is to place all of our dogs in the –right– home for each individual dog. Every dog has its own unique needs and personality. Some dogs are high energy and require an active family. Others are “couch potatoes” and would do best in a laid back home without children, etc. We want our adoptive homes to be the final home so we strive to match our dogs with the right family.

Our adoption process includes a phone interview, references from your veterinarian, personal references and a visit to your home. Because we tend to work with large and giant breeds, we generally require home ownership and a fenced yard. However, based on the dog, we will make exceptions to the home ownership and/or fenced yard requirement.

The veterinary reference will require that your past or currents pets have a history of receiving routine annual veterinary care including general health exams, heartworm testing, the purchase of heartworm preventative, vaccines, and any other medical needs suggested in your veterinarian notes. If your veterinary cannot provide records that reflect the annual care mentioned above, your application will likely not be approved.

The first step in our adoption process is to submit the adoption application using the link on the dogs’ petfinder advertisement or, at the top of the adoptable pet listing. Once the application is received, a volunteer will conduct reference checks. Next, the volunteer will call you to conduct a phone interview. If both parties feel the dog and family are a good match, then we arrange the home visit. We have rescue contacts all over the Midwest so we are happy to consider out-of-state families!! During the home visit, we simply spend 15-20 minutes learning more about your family, your lifestyle, etc. to further make sure the dog would be a good match. And finally, we invite you to meet the dog so you can determine whether or not this is the right dog for you. And then we finalize the adoption!

If you feel you meet the above criteria for adoption, we hope you’ll consider one of our wonderful dogs!