I'm being cared for by: South Pacific County Humane Society
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Ashley
Breed: Domestic Shorthair/Domestic Shorthair Mix
Color: Gray Or Blue
I am already spayed.
Ashley is a lovely kitty who has come a long way from when she arrived in the shelter. She started out unhealthy and scared to the point that we thought she was feral. Wow, has she changed. She has put on weight, her coat is luxurious, and she loves attention and to be petted. Ashley would do well in a home where she can alternate sleeping and spending time with someone who gives her pets, lap time and lots of love.
Our shelter opened it's door in 1996 and is 100% supported by private donations.
Our mission is to protect the animals that are unable to speak for themselves, by providing compassionate care and placement for homeless pets without the need for euthanasia.
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We are located in Long Beach, Washington at 330 2nd St. NE.
Summer-July, August, beginning of September: 11am to 4pm, Tuesday through Saturday, and 12-3pm Sundays
Spring & Fall-April, May, June, end of September, October: 11am to 4pm, Tuesday through Saturday
Winter-November through March: 11am to 3pm, Tuesday through Saturday
Our Adoption Process...
We require an application, available on our website. Adoption requires approval of that application and a successful meet and greet to ensure that the pet is suitable for the entire family including other family pets. We adopt out family pets. We do not adopt out animals that will be predominately outside or "guard" dogs. We reserve the right to conduct home checks. Adoption fees are $65 for cats and range from $90-$105 for dogs.
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