I'm being cared for by: Helping Paws Animal Sanctuary
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Duncan
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
already neutered and housetrained.
I am already neutered and housetrained.
Duncan is the first born from a litter of four. He is extremely smart, and very good natured. Duncan loves to be near people and animals. He was hand raised. He is very social, playful, cuddly, alert, and has a wonderful personality. Once you meet him, you'll be amazed by his charm.
Address: 10060 Mallory E Pkwy Unit D St. James City, FL 33956
About Our Shelter...
Adopting the unadoptable. Providing abandoned and unwanted pets a second chance.
Helping Paws Animal Sanctuary is a 501(c)3 non-profit, no kill shelter, housing almost 200 healthy cats and kittens, as well as special needs, FIV and FELV cats. They are housed in rooms not cages; waited on by loving volunteers, have toys, TV’s with cat videos and water fountains.
The goal of the shelter is to not only find them homes, but to provide a wonderful home for the cats while they are in our care.
We hope to someday provide an equally loving environment for dogs and other animals when we have a larger facility.
Donate to Our Shelter...
Come Meet Our Pets...
Visiting/adoption hours are from 5:00pm-7:00pm daily, however we are closed on Mondays and Wednesdays. You can reach us at (239) 283-9100, visit us at www.helpingpawsanimalsanctuary.com or stop by at 10060 Mallory E Pkwy. Unit D, St. James City, FL, 33956.
Our Adoption Process...
Potential adopters will be given an application to fill out. An interview and/or home inspection is a possibility.
A fee will be charged at the time the agreement is signed. It covers the cost of :
Feline Leukemia/FIV Test Fecal Shots appropriate to age Rabies Vaccination Spay/Neutering Flea protection *** We also offer FREE nail trims and boarding for all of our adopted kitties!!! ***
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