already neutered, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
Meet Cheerio. He's a beautiful tiger kitty that arrived at the SPCA in February, 2010. Cheerio and several other kitties were living in a manufacturing facility in Olean. Cheerio is young, probably between 1 and 2 years old. He is still a little scared of people, but he is adjusting very well to his temporary home in Kitty Kingdom, a cage free cat room at the SPCA. With a little time he will definitely adjust and become a wonderful companion.
Address: 2944 Route 16-N PO Box 375 Olean, NY 14760
About Our Shelter...
On August 18 the SPCA is hosting a "Fun"draiser at the N. Union Street Pizza Hut in Olean. Pizza Hut will donate 20% of the purchases made to the SPCA all you have to do is show up between 10AM- 11PM and say you're there to support the SPCA and sign a form!
We are the largest True no kill animal shelter in WNY. We save the animals that other groups can not or will not. It doesn't matter what breed, size or age the animal is. If it needs help, our group of dedicated individuals will give the animal love until we can find it a good. permanent home. All animals matter to us!
Come Meet Our Pets...
Over 250 dogs and cats available for adoption everyday noon-5 pm at 2944 rt 16 Olean, NY Cats for adoption available everyday at PetsMart on Walden Rd in Cheektowaga, NY.
Our Adoption Process...
No fee for animal only for spay/neuter, vaccination fees, etc. All cats are tested for leukemia & FIV All dogs are microchipped Dogs 6 months - 5 yrs $125 Puppies under 6 months $150 Purebred dogs $150 Cats 6 months-5 yrs $60 Kittens $80 Animals over 5 (donation) If an animal is not spayed or neutered at time of adoption there is a $35 deposit fee required by New York State Law. With confirmation of the spay/ neuter the $50 deposit will be refunded.
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