'Hello. I'm Ivy and I was one of several cats brought here by our owner. He said he just had too many of us, so we had to come here and we're hoping new families will come to adopt us and take us home.' The adoption fee for cats is $75. This includes spaying/neutering, fecal test and worming, and rabies, bordetella, FIV (feline leukemia) test, and rabies, distemper, and feline leukemia vaccinations. You can find the link to our adoption application at the bottom of this page.
Did you know that even if you can't adopt this pet, you can still help him/her get a home of his/her own? And all it takes is a tax-deductible donation of $10-$20! If you don't have room in your home, but do have room in your heart, you could sponsor this animal. This means you pay part of the adoption fee, making it possible for them to be adopted much sooner.
Download our adoption application at http://www.andersonhumane.org
Act quickly to adopt #62 Ivy. Pets at this Rescue Group may be held for only a short time.
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