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My name is Emmett!
I'm being cared for by
AS/AP Cat Shelter

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Age
Adult
Sex
Male
Pet ID
12949823
Hair Length

My info

Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Emmett is a beautiful  male tabby. Emmett is one of our longer term residents. He tends to be a bit on the shy side, but when he is comfortable with you, he enjoys a good scratch on the head! Emmet does not seem to be very fond of men, he becomes very timid around them, so it would be best if he goes to a home without men! He just likes the girls!  Born 7/1/08


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Emmett is a beautiful  male tabby. Emmett is one of our longer term residents. He tends to be a bit on the shy side, but when he is comfortable with you, he enjoys a good scratch on the head! Emmet does not seem to be very fond of men, he becomes very timid around them, so it would be best if he goes to a home without men! He just likes the girls!  Born 7/1/08


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Shelter

AS/AP Cat Shelter

Contact info
Pet ID
12949823
Contact
Address
Sparta, WI 54656

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Potential adopters complete an application and are screened for the ability to provide permanent, quality care for a cat. Our staff try to match the adopter with the appropriate cat for their home, and follow-up support is available after the adoption. If you are interested, please stop by and fill out a Adoption Application form and contact the shelter, either by phone or message on Facebook! Please note: the deposit is only required after you have met the cat you are interested in and if you would like to put a hold on that cat.
Potential adopters complete an application and are screened for the ability to provide permanent, quality care for a cat. Our staff try to match the adopter with the appropriate cat for their home, and follow-up support is available after the adoption. If you are interested, please stop by and fill out a Adoption Application form and contact the shelter, either by phone or message on Facebook! Please note: the deposit is only required after you have met the cat you are interested in and if you would like to put a hold on that cat.

Go meet their pets

As we are staffed by mainly volunteers, we do not have regular hours. Please call the shelter, message on Facebook or email us to set up a appointment to visit.
As we are staffed by mainly volunteers, we do not have regular hours. Please call the shelter, message on Facebook or email us to set up a appointment to visit.

More about this shelter

Beginning in 1992 as a non-profit animal rescue group, A.S./A.P. (Associated Society/Animal Protection) evolved into a no-kill, limited capacity cat shelter by 2001. Since it's inception, the independent organization has functioned solely on private donations, fundraisers, and volunteers. There is no financial support from the county, state, or any other group. Our mission is to take in stray cats and kittens as space allows and find permanent, loving homes for them after they're examined by a veterinarian, FIV/Leuk tested, wormed, vaccinated, flea-treated, spayed/neutered plus treated for whatever medical conditions they arrive with. We have an outreach program where we can offer some help to people with their own cats (or cats they find) depending upon our available resources. The cats housed at A.S./A.P. get a clean, warm environment with nutritious food, lots of compassionate care, and plenty of time to run, frolic, and interact with other cats and people. There is a wide variety of personalities and surely one that is just right for you.
Beginning in 1992 as a non-profit animal rescue group, A.S./A.P. (Associated Society/Animal Protection) evolved into a no-kill, limited capacity cat shelter by 2001. Since it's inception, the independent organization has functioned solely on private donations, fundraisers, and volunteers. There is no financial support from the county, state, or any other group. Our mission is to take in stray cats and kittens as space allows and find permanent, loving homes for them after they're examined by a veterinarian, FIV/Leuk tested, wormed, vaccinated, flea-treated, spayed/neutered plus treated for whatever medical conditions they arrive with. We have an outreach program where we can offer some help to people with their own cats (or cats they find) depending upon our available resources. The cats housed at A.S./A.P. get a clean, warm environment with nutritious food, lots of compassionate care, and plenty of time to run, frolic, and interact with other cats and people. There is a wide variety of personalities and surely one that is just right for you.