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My name is
CORAL!

Posted over 3 years ago | Updated 13 hours ago

Cared for by Companion Cats
Adoption process
1

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

2

Submit Application

3

Approve Application

Adoption fee: $80

This helps Companion Cats with pet care costs.

My basic info

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Age
5 years 1 month old, Adult
Sex
Female
Pet ID
C2020260
Hair Length
short

My details

Alert icon Not good with kids
Checkmark in teal circle Good with cats
Checkmark in teal circle Shots current
Checkmark in teal circle Spayed / Neutered

My story

Here's what the humans have to say about me:

⭐️NOTE: To inquire about adopting Coral or for additional information/questions, please call 269-569-4152 and leave a message. Calls are typically returned within 24 hours.⭐️

ABOUT CORAL: She was removed from a hoarding situation. Even after all she’s been through she’s so sweet. Coral was skittish when she first arrived but she’s doing remarkably well considering the situation she came from. You may find she’ll need time to adjust to her new surroundings. Spayed, microchipped, tested negative for FIV & FeLV and has received age appropriate vaccinations. Adoption fee is $80.00.

Date of birth: 02/19/2019
Good with other cats = Yes
Good with dogs = Unknown
Good with children = No
Housetrained = Yes
Coloring: Dilute Calico

Please understand, Companion Cats is made up of volunteers. Arrangements will need to be made to view our adoptable cats and kittens in person. Our adoption fee is $80.00 for one cat or $120.00 for two. Thank you for your interest in adopting a rescue cat. Follow us on Facebook, @companioncatsinc
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For additional information about our adoption process and adoption hours, please call 269-209-7278.
Shelter
Companion Cats

Contact info

Pet ID
C2020260
Contact
Address
29 Hoag Street, Battle Creek, MI 49014

Their adoption process

1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

(Call our adoption line: 269-569-4152 to set up an appointment.)

2.

Submit Application

Our application is completed at the time you visit our shelter.

3.

Approve Application

Additional adoption info

The first step in the process of adopting a pet from Companion Cats is to complete an adoption application. It provides information that enables us to assist you in the selection of a pet. Together, we will be able to determine if the adoption is in the animal’s best interest, and the process ensures that you will find an animal well-suited to your lifestyle.

Our $80.00 adoption fee for Adult cats (or $120.00 for two) and $100 adoption fee for Kittens (or $150 for two) includes the cost for general care while being fostered, microchipping, age appropriate vaccinations, testing for FIV/FeLV, and spaying or neutering of the animal. To be considered as an adopter, you must:

*Be at least 18 years old
*Have a valid driver’s license or Michigan Identification Card stating your current address
*Provide the name and phone number of your veterinarian
*Have the knowledge and consent of a landlord, if relevant (also provide the name and phone number of your landlord)
*Be able and willing to spend the time and money necessary to provide medical treatment, proper nourishment and care, as well as, training for a pet

Call 269-569-4152 to begin the adoption process.

NOTE: We reserve the right to refuse adoption to anyone. No animal will be adopted to persons who mislead or fail to provide accurate information on the adoption applications.

Adoption application

Go meet their pets

Saturdays from 11:00 AM-3:00 PM at Companion Cats: 29 Hoag St, Battle Creek MI 49014 — For additional information call 269-569-4152.

More about this shelter

Companion Cats is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization made up of volunteers. Our mission is to spay or neuter and find suitable homes for unowned cats, thus ending the suffering of abandoned and homeless cats living on the streets.


Once spayed our goal is to place them in an environment that best fits each cat. This method provides the most humane living situation possible. Both friendly and feral alike deserve the perfect forever home. If the cat is not very friendly but is homeless, perhaps this means being a “Barn Buddy” or being introduced into a controlled colony. If feral kittens are found, it might mean living in a volunteer foster home where they can be socialized until old enough to be tested for FIV & FeLV, spayed, microchipped and vaccinated prior to adoption