My name is Melody!

Domestic Mediumhair Cat for adoption in El Cajon, California - Melody
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El Cajon Animal Shelter

Facts about Melody

  • Breed: Domestic Mediumhair
  • Color: Tortoiseshell
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 23918
  • Hair: Medium
Folklore says that if you dream about a tortoiseshell cat, you'll enjoy good fortune in love. What better way to dream of a "torti" than to own one? Beautiful MELODY is hoping that a kind and gentle person will adopt her, so now's your chance. Melody is a one-year-old kitty who got lost and couldn't find her way home. She'd love to go to a fairly quiet home where she can relax and blossom into a world-class companion. Just look at her soft fur. Wouldn't you love to pet her? Please visit Melody at the El Cajon Animal Shelter and make her dreams of a new home come true.

About El Cajon Animal Shelter

About Our Shelter...

We are the Animal Shelter for the City of El Cajon. We also house animals for the City of La Mesa. We take in strays and animals relinquished by their owners from these two City's only. We adopt out the animals that are not claimed by their owners. You do not have to live within the City to adopt an animal from us. We sometimes have animals other than dogs and cats.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We are located in the City of El Cajon which is east of San Diego. 1275 N. Marshall is two blocks north of Fletcher Parkway, Marshall runs parallel with the trolley tracks.

We are open Tuesday thru Saturday 10am to 5pm. The latest we start an adoption is 4:30. We are closed Sundays and Mondays.

Our Adoption Process...

Our adoption fee for dogs is $80.00 and cats are $80.00 All other animal adoption fee's are based on the type of animal.

We do an evaluation with you and the animal to be sure that it is the best animal for you. We require that all children in the household under 9 years old be evaluated with the animal and if you are adopting a dog and you currently own a dog, your dog needs to be evaluated with the new dog to be sure they get along.