found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, declawed, good with kids, and good with cats.
While our adoption contract forbids the cruel practice of declawing, which can lead to painful physical and behavioral problems in cats, we sometimes rescue cats that have already been declawed, and we are adamant about placing them in safe, indoor-only homes.
Stanley’s adoption fee of $250 is a bargain for such a young and beautiful declawed cat. You would spend much, much more to buy a kitten from a breeder and have it vetted; the declawing alone could end up costing the same amount we are asking for his entire adoption fee, which also covers his shots and a microchip in addition to his being neutered and tested FIV/FeLV negative. Stanley’s adoption fee will help us offset the cost of rescuing other cats in need, such as older cats, very shy cats, and the flood of kittens that will soon come into our system due to the number of unaltered cats contributing to pet overpopulation.
Also available for adoption is a female blue point Siamese, 18 months old, named Samantha. Like Stanley, she is front declawed and available for $250 (they are not related, but both get along with other cats). Both can be adopted together for $400, but since Samantha was found as a pregnant stray, we are waiting until her five adorable black and white kittens are fully weaned, then she will be spayed and ready to go to her forever home, with updated shots and a microchip of course. She can be reserved now with an approved adoption application and paid adoption fee.