Cheyenne is such a handsome fellow, very playful and adventurous. He was rescued from a ditch in July of 2012. His birthday is estimated May 2012. He likes a lot of attention and appreciates hugs. He has the cutest round face, and stocky body. Cheyenne has been adopted twice and returned by no fault of his own. Cheyenne eats a prescription diet (easily obtained from vet) because he has a history of crystals in his urine. He is fun cat always looking for something new to check out. All of ours cats have been Feline leukemia and feline aids tested negative, spayed or neutered, vaccinated with FVRCP and FELV, rabies vaccinated, dewormed and microchipped. Cheyenne has an adoption fee of $75. The first step to adopting any feline is to fill out an application at http://acadianaanimalaid.org/adopt/cat-adoption/application/
Acadiana Animal Aid is a no-kill shelter founded in 1974. We are a chartered, non-profit animal shelter and adoption center. Our shelter provides a safe haven for dogs and cats until good homes are found for them. We do not discriminate against any animal due to size, age, color, or breed. All our animals are spayed/neutered, and fully vetted. We do not euthanize for any reason, other than medically-directed circumstances.
Come Meet Our Pets...
We are open Monday thru Friday 12-4. Please feel free to come by. Cat visiting hours are 7 days a week from 8am-2pm.
Our Adoption Process...
Our adoption fee is $150.00 for dogs and $75 for cats aged one to six years old and adoption fee waived for cats over 3 years old. The adoption process starts with an adoption application, available on our website Cats: http://acadianaanimalaid.org/adopt/cat-adoption/ Dogs: http://www.lafayetteanimalaid.org/adopt/dogs/dog-application/
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