Meow! My name is Merle
found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
Other Pets at Shelter...
|Breed:||Domestic Shorthair||Color:||Gray, Blue Or Silver Tabby||Age:||Kitten|
Merle is a shy little guy but he has loads of love to give once he warms up to you. Merle is currently in a foster home with a bunch of other kitties so he does well with other animals. He loves to wake his foster mom up with his sweet kitty kisses.
In addition to being neutered and up to date on all shots, Merle is microchipped, has been tested for FeLV/FIV, wormed, checked for ear mites and treated with flea meds. Take this cuddly kitten home and make him your snuggle bug!
Rescue Group Info...
HCW is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping reduce the pet population of West Michigan by offering transportation to C-Snip, a low cost spay/neuter clinic of Kentwood.Please call 231-737-5644 to schedule an appointment.
We are honored by donations and need them to survive as a rescue who promotes spay and neuter. We are always in need of monetary donations. Please e-mail or call us. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
Our pets reside in foster homes with loving and friendly families and a host of other cats and sometimes dogs. This allows them to live in a safe and comfortable home until they are adopted to their forever homes. Please come and visit our cats and kittens at Muskegon's Petco on Harvey Street near Old Navy. We are there on Saturdays and Sundays from noon to 4:00p. Call us about specific animals and keep updated via our pet profiles and on facebook!
All of our felines live in foster homes and are adopted through Petco. All of our animals are vaccinated, spayed and neutered, and microchipped before they are deemed ready to be adopted. Generally, one cat/kitten is $70 and we have a deal for two cats for $100. Older cats are discounted in some scenarios.
Heaven Can Wait Animal Haven promotes the spay and neuter of all our animals to reduce the dizzying overpopulation predicament that West Michigan faces each day. Instead of allowing endless litters to be born, we wish to find forever homes for the animals in our care and to continue to help others spay and neuter their pets. Our mission is to reduce the amount of unwanted pets who end up in local shelters or on the streets.
By spaying or neutering your pet you are doing your part. The amount of animals who end up in local shelters is overwhelming. Many of those never make it to a forever home as there are just too many looking for homes.We offer transportation to C-snip (csnip.org) on a weekly basis. They are a low income clinic that has the same goal in mind.Together we can help reduce the pet population of West Michigan.