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My name is Madison!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in St. Johnsbury, Vermont - Madison
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I'm being cared for by:
Kingdom Animal Shelter

Facts about Madison

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 10694074-152830
  • Hair: Unknown
Madison is a spayed female about 3 years old. She is in a foster home because she was not doing well in the shelter environment. Her foster family has 2 dogs and 2 cats and teenage children. Madison loves her foster's male cat and they play and groom each other and hang out together, but she and her foster's female cat don't like each other. They don't fight terribly, but they clearly aren't buddies. We're not sure if that's Madison's fault or the female cat's fault. Or if they both like the male cat and each of them try to get his attention. She intimidates her foster's two large dogs and doesn't seem to like them, so she probably shouldn't go to a home with dogs. Madison can be extremely friendly, she loves to be petted, will curl up on your lap or in your bed and purrs a lot. But she does not like to be picked up, so for that reason we wouldn't recommend her for a family with young children. She also can be a bit quirky in that if she doesn't want to be petted and you continue to pet her, she'll tell you by swatting at you. Because of her past, she will probably take a while to get used to a new setting, but as her foster family has found, if you're patient with her, Madison can be a great companion. We would love to find a forever home for Madison, but know she has a few quirky traits so we want to make sure her forever home is a good match. We are sure if her forever family is patient with her and gives her the time she needs to trust them, she will be a wonderful cat. If you are interested in meeting Madison please contact Kingdom Animal Shelter and we will put you in touch with Madison's foster family.Thanks to Madison's amazing donor, half of her adoption fee is payed, and she will go home with a brand new litter box, food bowls, carrier, toys, and crate!Thanks to Madison's amazing donor, half of her adoption fee is payed, and she will go home with a brand new litter box, food bowls, carrier, toys, and crate!

About Kingdom Animal Shelter

About Our Shelter...

We are a non-profit, all volunteer, no-kill shelter for cats.We provide a loving, safe, healthy home for the cats while they are waiting for their forever home. They are up to date on vaccines and have been dewormed and defleaed and spayed/neutered if that is age appropriate. We also tend carefully to any medical conditions. We do not euthanize to make room for other more desireable cats or because a cat has been with us "too long". We are truly "no kill"...i.e. we do not send cats out to be euthanized.

Donate to Our Shelter...

via paypal on the website

Come Meet Our Pets...

Our adoption hours are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 4-6 p.m. Thursdays, 3:30-5:30, and Friday, Saturday, and Sunday noon to 3. During the summer we are sometimes closed on a weekend day. Check our website for those days.

Our Adoption Process...

Spayed and neutered cats are $95. Unspayed or unneutered kittens are $145 which includes a voucher of $50 to local vets for spaying or neutering (Danville Animal Hospital, Western Ave. Vet Clinic, and St. Johnsbury Animal Hospital).
An applicant must be approved through personal meeting, viewing interaction with the cat, 2 personal references, 2 vet references, and a landlord approval if the applicant is renting. We do not do same day adoptions, but rather take several days to be sure that the home will be safe and loving and responsible.