Meow! My name is Chelsea
I am already spayed and up to date with shots.
Young Adult, Spayed female, Domestic mediumhair, Tortie. Chelsea and her sister, Margo were left at the Animal Control Officer’s kennel. Poor little Chelsea was in deplorable condition. She was so skinny and flea infested and after her veterinary visit the blood work showed that she was borderline anemia. The fleas had helped themselves to so much of her blood that we kept her in foster for a few extra weeks to build up her system. Now at the shelter and reunited with Margo, she seems happy and curious about her new environment.
To adopt any of our wonderful shelter cats, please fill out our adoption application which is found here.
A non-profit, no kill, all volunteer humane organization recycling homeless cats into lifetime pets
All Cats and Kittens placed by PCS are:
Spayed or neutered prior to placement
Examined by a veterinarian
Tested for Feline Leukemia and FIV
Vaccinated for Feline Distemper
Vaccinated for Rabies (if old enough)
The adoption fee is $125 which covers a portion of the services that are provided for each animal. .
An adoption counselor will contact you as soon as possible after receipt of the completed form to guide you through the adoption process. Please note, if you
subscribe to telephone line blocking which prevents people from calling you without displaying their phone number you will not be able to receive a call from the
PCS volunteer. If so, please leave an alternative means of contacting you such as an email address or work phone number, including the best time to reach you.
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