Meow! My name is Cajun Cate
found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
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Cajun Cate's Info...
|Breed:||Domestic Shorthair||Color:||Orange Or Red (Mostly)||Age:||Adult|
Cajun Cate is a loving cat who is on a special diet. She had urinary stones removed and now needs to remain on this special diet to ensure that they do not come back. She loves to talk and loves to get pets. All cats from Noah's Kingdom are tested, vaccinated and altered.
Rescue Group Info...
Noah's Kingdom Humane Society is a volunteer operated not for profit animal rescue organization. Our main mission is to rescue animals from traditional shelters, and house them until they can be placed in permanent new homes. All our animals are vaccinated, tested and altered prior to adoption. Special adoption rates apply for special needs cats and cats over age 7 through our "Seniors Need Love Too!" program.
Our other main project is to reduce the number of feral (undomesticated)cats through our Trap/neuter/release program. We provide humane traps and free or reduced cost veterinary care to area residents who are taking care of cats on the streets.
In 2008, Noah's Kingdom, in partnership with several other rescue groups in the Albany NY area as the Cat Care Coalition, opened a low cost spay/neuter clinic for low income area residents.
Noah's Kingdom holds cat adoption clinics weekdays from 6 - 8 PM, Saturdays from 1 - 4 PM and Sundays from noon - 4 PM at the Crossgates Commons PETsMART store, 161 Washington Ave. Extension in Albany NY. Other times are available by appointment. .
All potential adopters must complete an application, provide references that will be checked by our adoption counselors, and sign an adoption contract stating that they agree to Noah's policies and that they will return the animal to us if they cannot keep it. Our adoption fee is $75 for cats ($40 for cats in our "Seniors Need Love Too! program) and $85 for kittens 4 months old or younger.
Upstate NY, Western Massachusetts and Vermont