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My name is Bill!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Wyandotte, Michigan - Bill
Photo 1 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Wyandotte, Michigan - Bill
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Shelter to Home

Facts about Bill

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Senior
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 11229334-14-0724
  • Hair: Unknown
Bill and his brother, Bob, are about 9 years old and must be adopted together. They are both very friendly and get along very well with other cats and dogs. Everyone who meets them adores them.


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Bill and Bob are both fairly vocal. Both of them have a tendency to show up as soon as my alarm goes off and prevent me from hitting the snooze.


I can assure you, these boys are the snuggliest, most lovable cats you'll ever meet. They are a joy to have in my home but I foster.


Both of them are very sweet and playful. Bill is the lap cat and will curl up on you for hours while you watch a movie. They both eat well and will do dry or canned foods. They should go to a new home where the owner will make sure to keep an eye on their weight. Bob is fine, but Bill needs a serious diet plan.


Both of them are 4 paw declawed, neutered, and up to date on vaccines. They both had dental cleanings and pre-surgery bloodwork in January of 2015. If you are interested in them and would like an application, please email Beagmom1@yahoo.com. Our normal adoption fee is $100 per cat, but a generous donor has sponsored the fee for one of the boys.

About Shelter to Home

About Our Shelter...

Goals:
· To find loving and permanent homes for adoptable animals from shelter/pound facilities

· To further reduce the unnecessary euthanasia of healthy, adoptable animals in shelter/pound facilities

· To further reduce the overpopulation of animals in the Downriver area by assisting in the rescue and placement of impounded animals

· To inform and educate citizens about responsible, humane treatment of companion pets and the importance of spay/neuter procedures, programs and policies

Come Meet Our Pets...

See our website for updated information on upcoming adoption events: www.sheltertohome.com

Our Adoption Process...

CATS: We ensure that each cat rescued by Shelter to Home, Inc. has received up to date and proper vet care. Adoption donation’s include, age—appropriate veterinary care, such as: feline leukemia test, rabies vaccine, distemper vaccine, worming, flea prevention, and spay/neuter (other vet care as needed). Adult cats and kittens range are usually $100 unless they are sponsored or we are running a promotion.

DOGS: We ensure that each dog rescued by Shelter to Home, Inc. has received up to date and proper vet care. Adoption donation's include age—appropriate veterinary care, such as: heartworm/parvo testing, rabies vaccine, DHLPPC vaccine, Bordetella vaccine, worming, flea prevention, spay/neuter (other vet care as needed). Adult dogs and puppies range from $150- $250 depending on the vet care provided.