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My name is Betty!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Edmonton, Alberta - Betty
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Edmonton Humane Society

Facts about Betty

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 102935
  • Hair: Unknown
Betty is a very sweet cat, who has done well in shelter. She had gingivitis and therefore the EHS performed full dental xrays and cleaned her teeth. Some needed to be removed. She may have future gingivitis and dental disease, therefore the new owner must be prepared to take very good care of her mouth. Brush her teeth and give her preventative dental products. Please follow up with own veterinarian. Due to previous gingivitis, her adoption fee is 'pay what you want' as she needs a caring and understanding family.

Here is what her foster had to say: She is a good cat and will be a lovely addition to her new family.

Betty has been a wonderful mom to her 5 kittens. She does not like to be held that much(unless it is her idea) but she is very affectionate and loves being petted. She has not been aggressive in any way. She has a lot of kitten left in her and runs and plays with her babies. She loves to chase balls and will bring you her feather toys when she wants to play. She seems to prefer poultry and beef flavored wet foods and a variety of dry foods. She was not in contact with dogs or other cats, so i don't know how she would react to them.
Primary Color: Black
Secondary Color: White
Weight: 5.05
Age: 3yrs 3mths 1wks

About Edmonton Humane Society

About Our Shelter...

Vision
To be a model of excellence in the advancement of animal welfare.

Mission
The Edmonton Humane Society enriches the lives of people and companion animals through animal sheltering, programs and services, and community engagement.

Values

We value the compassionate care of companion animals.
We value the humane treatment of all animals.
We value our staff and volunteers.
We value our relationships with our partners and supporters.
We value our role as a recognized community leader in animal welfare.
We value fiscal responsibility and careful stewardship of our resources.

Come Meet Our Pets...

By adopting from the EHS, you are not only completing your family by providing a home for a companion animal in need, you are also supporting the work we do to help the thousands of animals that come into our care each year - thank you!

You can meet the Edmonton Humane Society's adoptable animals during business hours at 13620-163 Street NW, Edmonton, AB.

Our Adoption Process...

Before you Adopt
Pet adoption is a big commitment. We encourage you to spend considerable time thinking about and researching the type of pet most suitable to your family. Most breeds have their own characteristic traits and specific needs which need to be considered. Remember that some animals have lifespans of 20 years or more.

Prospective adopters will meet the following requirements:

You must be at least 18 years old.
You must have two pieces of identification, with at least one showing your current address and a picture.
ALL FAMILY MEMBERS, sometimes including family pets, must be present during the adoption process.
If you already have a dog and are considering adopting another one, you MUST be prepared to bring your current family dog to the interview. This will help you to determine if all family members and existing pets will get along with the new pet.
If you live in rental accommodations, please confirm that your landlord allows the type of pet you are considering, and that you have paid your pet deposit before you adopt. There are NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES if the buildingowner does not accept the animal. In addition, you will have to pay all regular surrender fees if you need to return the animal to the Edmonton Humane Society.

If you are looking to adopt a dog or puppy please note:
Some of the dogs on our web site have recommendations on the age of younger family members. These restrictions are placed out of the concern of the dogs as well as in consideration of families.

Remember that new animals arrive every day. You may have to return to the shelter a number of times before you find a good match. It is better to wait and come back again than it is to take home an animal who does not suit your lifestyle

*Please note that the adoption process can take up to 3 hours. This process includes looking at our animals and then working with our staff to process your application. We want to make sure that you have sufficient time to make the right decision, and we also want to make sure that you have all the information you need to help | care for this pet properly.

The Adoption Process
Take the pet portfolio of the animal you wish to adopt to the adoption reception desk.
You will receive an application/survey to complete. Do not worry your selected animal is reserved for you while you complete the paperwork.
Hand in completed form to front desk and wait for an adoption counsellor to contact you. Please feel free to visit anywhere in the shelter while you're waiting.
If you have an animal to meet with your new selected animal a meet and greet will be arranged prior to your interview. Your interview consists of a one on one meeting with an adoption councilor, to ensure you have selected a good match for you and your family, and to also provide answers to any of your questions and review behaviour and medical history.
Your new pet will pay a last visit to the Animal Health Department. While you wait do a bit of shopping, as the next step in the process is to transfer ownership to you and can be lengthy due to the number of customers in front of you.
You will be called again when the adoption representative is ready to complete your application and receive payment.
Our staff will ask you about your lifestyle, family activities, ages of any children, and your typical schedule. All these questions will give us some of the information we need to help you make an appropriate match. Our goal is to find lifelong homes for animals, and to assist prospective adopters in finding an animal best suited to their needs. Filling out our adoption commitment and cover forms beforehand can help speed up the adoption process when you arrive at the shelter.

For adoption fee details, please visit: https://www.edmontonhumanesociety.com/adoptions-and-admissions/adoptions