Stills wandered onto the porch of one of our volunteers in 2009 in the cold. Well, if you come on our porches, you get neutered! So Stills is a really big boy since he was neutered as an adult. But he sure does not regret his choice! He has no desire to go back outside in the cold. His favorite spots are in cat beds in front of sunny windows. We always know where to find him. When you call his name, he cries back to you in the tiniest little voice that doesn't match his size at all. He is just delightful. He had bad teeth and had to have dental surgery to have all of his teeth removed! He can still eat just fine and even enjoys dry food. Best part? You won't ever have to worry about getting him a dental cleaning!
If you are interested in adopting one of our wonderful cats or kittens, you can apply on our website: http://www.commcat.org . Please allow several days for us to process your application. We are a small, all-volunteer group and we are doing our best to work quickly! After the application is processed we will make arrangements for you to meet the cats that interest you. All of our cats and kittens are raised in our homes and live with us until they are adopted. They live with us as part of our families so we know them very well and we can help you find your perfect cat! Cats are rarely caged (only if its medically necessary) so you can visit with them and see how they act in a home. Our adoption fees are $50 for adult cats, $85 for kittens under one year, and double the love with two adult cats for $85. All cats are spayed or neutered, dewormed, vaccinated for rabies and distemper, tested for FIV and FeLV (feline leukemia), and microchipped. .
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