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My name is Frisco!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Scituate, Massachusetts - Frisco
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I'm being cared for by:
Friends of the Scituate Shelter

Facts about Frisco

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Black & White Or Tuxedo
  • Age: Senior
  • Sex: Male
  • Hair: Short
FRISCO is a handsome 8 year old cat who was found wandering the neighborhood. We have reason to suspect that this charmer was left behind to fend for himself when his owners moved away. Frisco is a super sweet guy and loves getting attention. Frisco is having bloodwork done this week for suspected hyperthyroidism which is treatable with a very inexpensive daily medication. There is no adoption fee for Frisco. This tuxedoed, dapper gentleman seems to be taking everything in stride and we think he'd be a great fit for most homes!

To meet FRISCO, you can send us an email at info@scituateanimalshelter.org, call us at (781) 544-4533, or come in any time during our open hours (listed below!).

If you'd like to get the process started, follow the link http://scituateanimalshelter.org/adopt/make-a-match/ to fill out our survey. You can either print it out and bring it in or submit it right online and one of our adoption counselors will give you a call.

Open Hours:
Tues & Wed: 12 PM - 6 PM
Thurs: 3 PM - 7 PM
Sat: 10 AM - 5 PM

About Friends of the Scituate Shelter

About Our Shelter...

WHAT DRIVES US: The Epidemic of Unwanted Pets in the United States Millions of pets are euthanized each year because, quite simply, there are not enough homes for them. This unfortunate situation is referred to as “pet overpopulation” and there are numerous reasons for the problem including economic conditions, uninformed pet owners, and irresponsible and unintended pet breeding.

WHAT WE BELIEVE: Pet overpopulation can and should be addressed without resorting to unnecessary euthanasia of adoptable animals.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Visit the shelter, located at 780 Chief Justice Cushing Highway Scituate, Ma., any time during our open hours:
Tuesday: 12 - 5 pm
Wednesday : 12 - 5 pm
Thursday: 3 - 7 pm
Friday: 12 - 5 pm
Saturday: 10 am - 5 pm

Our Adoption Process...

Our Adoption Process
When you first arrive at our shelter you will be asked to fill out a brief questionnaire. This questionnaire helps us to find the right pet for you. Our adoption counselors act as “match makers” and will work with you to find the right match - for both you and the animal based on the information you have given us.

If you meet an animal that both you and the adoption counselor feels is a good match, you will be given an application form to complete. It usually takes 1-2 days to process before completing the adoption :)

Once I submit an application am I guaranteed that animal?

No, we take more than one application per pet and submitting an application does not guarantee that you will be approved for adoption.

Are there fees to adopt and what do I get for my money?

Yes, there are Adoption Fees:

$100 per cat (over the age of 6 months)
$175 per kitten - Please call or email the shelter on info regarding our kitten adoptions. The process is slightly different.
Up to $325 per dog – In the case of dogs, we may sometimes require a training deposit to ensure that your new dog gets the training he/she needs. The training deposit is $100 and is refundable upon proof of completion of a positive reinforcement training class.
Your Cats adoption Fee includes:

spay/neuter surgery, rabies vaccine, distemper vaccine, FIV/Felv testing, deworming, flea treatment and a free starter bag of Science Diet Pet Food.

Your Dogs adoption Fee includes:

spay/neuter surgery, rabies vaccine, distemper vaccine, Bordetella vaccine, heartworm testing, deworming, flea treatment and a free starter bag of Science Diet Pet Food.