This big boy is called House. He was brought in by a kind-hearted woman who just couldn't see him being a stray any longer. House is a bit timid at first, and would most likely do well in a one pet household. But if he could find a forever home that would be willing to work with him, he would most likely warm up to any other pets in time. House loves to bask in the sun all day long, or if he's not doing that, he can be found batting one of is many toys around. Stop by PetValu if you'd like to visit this big handsome boy. He can always use a new playmate!
We love cats. And we want to help them. Sometimes that means helping their people too. We started by taking care of community cats, and a litter was brought in. That started the "What's One More" mantra until we decided we needed to find homes for these guys so we could help more. This is not easy, especially since we work with special needs cats. But these cats are loveable and love to cuddle. They just want to have their own family that will love them despite their noisy breathing or snotty nose.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Currently, we are partnering with Petco. Kristi's Kats, Inc. will be holding adoption events on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays at the Lewes, Delaware location from 10 AM - 2 PM. We usually bring 2 cats, but we have plenty to choose from!
Our Adoption Process...
Our adoption process is an application, where we check out your vet reference. We prefer home owners to renters as landlords are not always pet friendly. Once your reference comes back ok, there is a contract and a $50 adoption fee. Remember, your cat has already been spayed or neutered, is current on shots and has been tested for FIV and Feline Leukemia. While there may be other needs that your cat needs, all the big stuff has already been done!
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