My name is "Wendelin"!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Pequot Lakes, Minnesota - "Wendelin"
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I'm being cared for by:
The Babinski Foundation

Facts about "Wendelin"

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Gray, Blue Or Silver Tabby
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: A35133168
  • Hair: Short
*Barn Cat*
This cat is not a social cat it would make a good mouser for your barn.

About The Babinski Foundation

About Our Shelter...

Mission Statement
Our Mission is to provide a safe, healthy, and loving environment that will provide temporary shelter for abandoned, stray and surrendered animals for finding each animal a new and prosperous home.
The Babinski Foundation will be the model shelter in our surrounding area, making sure that we address issues of pet overpopulation via our services and provide education on how to prevent it. We also aim to prevent as many pet deaths as we can year after year. The Babinski Foundation believes in the Five Freedoms for animal welfare.
Our Services
1. We provide veterinarian service, micro-chipping and spay and neuter services to all animals that are housed in our facility.
2. We provide each animal with a second chance.
3. We support a healthy pet community in our area.
4. We engage our community in volunteer efforts that will stimulate human interaction with the pets in our facility.
The Five Freedoms
1. Freedom from hunger and thirst
2. Freedom from discomfort
3. Freedom from pain, injury, or disease
4. Freedom to express normal behavior
5. Freedom from fear and distress

Come Meet Our Pets...

Hours of Operation:
Wed - Sat: 12PM - 7PM

Our Adoption Process...

1. The potential adopter must complete the dog or cat adoption survey.
2. An adoption employee from the Babinski Foundation will review the survey to see if the potential adopter can provide adequate care for the animal.
3. If the potential adopter leases or rents their home, they must provide proof they have permission from the landlord that they can have dogs or cats in their home.
4. The potential adopter must be 18 years or older to adopt an animal.
5. The Babinski Foundation retains the right to refuse the adoption for any reason.
6. If the Babinski Foundation decides the potential adopter can care for the animal an adoption contract will be written up and signed by the potential adopter and an adoption employee from the Babinski Foundation.
Adoption Fee - $0