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Monroe SPCA
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Approve Application

4.

Meet the Pet

5.

Home Check

6.

Take the Pet Home

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Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Brown Tabby
Age
4 years 4 months old, Young
Sex
Female
Pet ID
C-0119-010
Hair Length
short

My info

Small red x Not good with kids
Small blue checkmark Needs experienced adopter
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Sloane is a Domestic Short Hair (DSH), female, DOB: 5/1/18.

Highly social and intelligent as well as keenly perceptive, Sloane loves to be around and near daily household activities, just knowing she is included, without needing or wanting to be directly involved. Always happy-to-be present, she also enjoys gently spoken words of encouragement and light-to-the-touch, hands-on attention from her favorite people, but she prefers to take a slower approach when meeting new people, giving the all clear with enthusiastic head butts when she’s ready for pets. Although she tolerates being picked up by those she knows and trusts, this is only acceptable when the mood suits her. Sloane prefers to have all four paws on the floor, and she is happiest knowing she has the ability to come and go as she pleases.

Very much possessing an inner kitten, Sloane is an exuberantly playful and enthusiastically expressive feline. Not too picky making decisions about the toys she plays with, she will readily show her attentive side if offered the same. Also not one for leaving awkward silences in the room, Sloane enjoys talking to people too – soft-spoken, calm conversation always helps to boost her confidence, often to the point that she becomes a chatterbox, but whatever mood she’s feeling, she’s a feline who lets her people know.

By nature a sincere and sweet cat, Sloane is also highly-sensitive, and she entirely wears her heart on her sleeve. She’s quite earnest but perhaps lacking a bit in patience sometimes. Like her sibling Bishop, Sloane is lively and engaging with people she knows and trusts. She’s also curiously interested in her environment and will be looking for adventure wherever she can find it. She’s pretty content to explore on her own, sometimes, too, enjoying being able to independently prowl and stalk shadows, dust bunnies, toys, or whatever is available. In all of these activities though she can get overstimulated, so it is important for her people to understand that a soft approach with redirection and encouragement goes a long way with this fine feline, particularly with interactive play and hands-on attention.

Also like her sibling Bishop, Sloane is extremely animated and expressive – fawningly devoted and loving to her chosen people, she can sometimes be moody, and on occasion, she has even been known to be rebellious and brash. And so too, trust is a two-way street and a priority with Sloane. While also an extremely social cat who is willing to initiate and accept hands-on attention and affection, it’s pretty much on her terms. A cat with an independent streak, Sloane isn’t particularly shy about letting her people know when she’d rather be on her own for a bit either.

Best suited as an indoor pet and companion for a home with a calm, low-active lifestyle; without active, young children under the age of twelve (12); and without active or unruly pets already in the household. That being said, we think Bishop could and will do well in a home with calm, cat-friendly dogs and possibly other compatible cats (we know she previously lived in a home with over 70 other cats), so long as she is given the time she will need to adjust to her new environment and allowed to establish trust-bonds along with reasonable boundaries with other housemate pets. As with all Monroe SPCA adoptable animals, a home visit and a meet-n-greet with any housemate pets will be required prior to adoption.

Sloane came to Monroe SPCA from animal control – she previously came from a hoarding situation and had recently miscarried 3 kittens while at animal control. Malnourished and depressed at intake as well as pretty defensive, Sloane needed treatment for a URI, ear infection, Giardia, Coccidia, fleas, and Tape and Roundworm when first coming to us.

Now a healthy, happy, mostly confident cat, she’s looking for a forever family who will welcome and embrace her as a life-long, beloved companion and family member, and always appreciate her as the entirely sincere and earnest, somewhat independent, very beautiful feline she is.

Sloane currently resides at Monroe SPCA’s Adoption Center and Retail Store. You can meet her by appointment with pre-approved adoption application. To start the adoption process, complete and submit Monroe SPCA’s adoption application linked above.

All Monroe SPCA cats available for adoption have an adoption fee of $85.00. This fee includes the cat being spayed or neutered, up-to-date on vaccinations, dewormed, tested for FeLV and FIV, and microchipped with lifelong registration prior to adoption.

Completed applications can be emailed to info@monroespca.org or dropped off at Monroe SPCA’s Adoption Center and Retail Store located at 293 W. Monroe Street, Dundee, MI.

For more information message us on Facebook or email info@monroespca.org.

Rescue

Monroe SPCA

Contact info
Pet ID
C-0119-010
Contact
Phone
Address
Dundee, MI 48131
Donation

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Approve Application

4.

Meet the Pet

5.

Home Check

6.

Take the Pet Home

Additional adoption info

You can meet our adoptable cats and kittens by appointment with pre-approved adoption application. To start the adoption process, complete and submit Monroe SPCA’s adoption application linked below. Adopting an Animal from Monroe SPCA’s Adoption Center The Process for Meeting and/or Adopting an Animal at Monroe SPCA’s Adoption Center: Prospective adopters will need to complete the following four (4) steps in order to meet and adopt one of our companion animals at our adoption center. Step One: Review Adoption Policies. Step Two: Fill-out and submit one of our Adoption Applications for the animal you wish to adopt. After we receive the application, we will: 1. Review your application to make certain the information is complete. 2. Contact your references and conduct a veterinary check. 3. Contact you with any follow up questions. 4. Pre-approve your application. You will need to provide us with a copy of your driver’s license or proof of residence, and if applicable, written proof that you are permitted to own/have the pet you wish to adopt on the premises where you reside. Step Three: Once your application is pre-approved, we will schedule an appointment for you to visit our adoption center to meet the animal or animals you're interested in adopting. Step Four: Provided the adoption is approved, we will schedule a home visit (video call) and a foster-to-adopt contract will need to be completed and a non-refundable adoption fee accepted. All members of your household must meet the animal or animals you wish to adopt at our adoption center. If you already have a dog or dogs in the household, we will require a meet-n-greet at our adoption center with all canine members who currently reside in the household prior to adoption approval. To start the adoption process, print and complete the appropriate application listed below. You can send it to info@monroespca.org or drop it off in person at our adoption center. Dog Application: http://www.monroespca.org/Adoption%20Application%20-%20Dog.pdf Cat Application: http://www.monroespca.org/Adoption%20Application%20-%20Cat.pdf Once we receive your application, we will review it and call you within two (2) to three (3) business days. Adopting an Animal from a Monroe SPCA Foster Home The Process for Meeting and/or Adopting an Animal Residing in a Monroe SPCA Foster Home: Prospective adopters will need to complete the following four (4) steps in order to meet and adopt one of our companion animals in a foster home. Step One: Review Adoption Policies. Step Two: Fill-out and submit one of our Adoption Applications for the animal or animals you wish to adopt. Once we receive the application, we will: 1. Review your application to make certain the information is complete. 2. Contact your references and conduct a veterinary check. 3. Contact you with any follow up questions. 4. Pre-approve your application. Step Three: Schedule a meeting (meet-n-greet) with you, household family members, and pets so you can meet the animal you are interested in adopting. You will need to bring your driver’s license or proof of residence to this meeting, and if applicable, written proof that you are permitted to own/have the pet you wish to adopt on the premises where you reside. Step Four: Provided the meeting goes well and the adoption is approved, we will schedule a home visit (video call) and a foster-to-adopt contract will need to be completed and a non-refundable adoption fee accepted. All members of the household must be present for at least one of the meetings. If you already have a dog or dogs in the household, we will require a meet-n-greet with all canine members who currently reside in the household. Once we receive your application, we will review it and call you to conduct a phone screening and schedule a meeting within two (2) to three (3) business days.

More about this rescue

Monroe SPCA (Monroe Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) is a 501c.3 tax-exempt, non-profit animal welfare and rescue organization incorporated in the State of Michigan in 2010. Monroe SPCA is governed by all-volunteer Board of Directors. Monroe SPCA’s mission is to save, protect, and improve the lives of animals.