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My name is Lydia!
I'm being cared for by
Ayres Memorial Animal Shelter
Adoption process
1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

2.

Approve Application

3.

Home Check

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Age
8 years 10 months old, Adult
Sex
Female
Pet ID
2021-11c
Hair Length
short

My info

Small blue checkmark Shots current

My story

Lydia is the sweetest girl. She is an older (about 7-8 years old) girl who would like a quiet home to soak up the sun and follow her new owner around in. Lydia loves to hang out on our office chair and run the shelter. She is on medication that she will have to stay on for seizures, but she takes her medicine like a champ every morning!

Lydia would prefer a home with no dogs and no overly playful kitties. She may be okay with a cat that will not want to be friends with her but rather would just hang out doing her own thing.
Lydia is the sweetest girl. She is an older (about 7-8 years old) girl who would like a quiet home to soak up the sun and follow her new owner around in. Lydia loves to hang out on our office chair and run the shelter. She is on medication that she will have to stay on for seizures, but she takes her medicine like a champ every morning!

Lydia would prefer a home with no dogs and no overly playful kitties. She may be okay with a cat that will not want to be friends with her but rather would just hang out doing her own thing.
Shelter

Ayres Memorial Animal Shelter

Contact info
Pet ID
2021-11c
Contact
Address
Sprakers, NY 12166
Donation

Their adoption process

1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

2.

Approve Application

3.

Home Check

Additional adoption info

The adoption fees are: DOGS - $125 - Includes 2 Distemper Vaccinations, Rabies Vaccine, 2 Wormings, Flea Treatment (if needed), Vet Technician Check-up, Spay/Neuter, CATS - $50 - Same as Dogs. Also a Combination Leukemia/FIV Test and Ear Mite Treatment. PUPPIES - $70 + $50 Mandatory Spay/Neuter Deposit - Includes 1 or 2 Distemper Vaccinations, Rabies Vaccine (if 3 months or older), 1 or 2 Wormings, Flea Treatment (if needed.) KITTENS - $15 + $35 Mandatory Spay/Neuter Deposit - Includes 1 or 2 Distemper Vaccinations, Rabies Vaccine (if over 3 months), 1 or 2 Wormings, Flea Treatment (if needed), FELV Tested, Ear Mite Treatment. The $50/$35 Spay/Neuter Deposit when adopting a puppy or kitten is required by state law. It is refunded at the time the puppy or kitten is spayed/neutered.
The adoption fees are: DOGS - $125 - Includes 2 Distemper Vaccinations, Rabies Vaccine, 2 Wormings, Flea Treatment (if needed), Vet Technician Check-up, Spay/Neuter, CATS - $50 - Same as Dogs. Also a Combination Leukemia/FIV Test and Ear Mite Treatment. PUPPIES - $70 + $50 Mandatory Spay/Neuter Deposit - Includes 1 or 2 Distemper Vaccinations, Rabies Vaccine (if 3 months or older), 1 or 2 Wormings, Flea Treatment (if needed.) KITTENS - $15 + $35 Mandatory Spay/Neuter Deposit - Includes 1 or 2 Distemper Vaccinations, Rabies Vaccine (if over 3 months), 1 or 2 Wormings, Flea Treatment (if needed), FELV Tested, Ear Mite Treatment. The $50/$35 Spay/Neuter Deposit when adopting a puppy or kitten is required by state law. It is refunded at the time the puppy or kitten is spayed/neutered.

More about this shelter

Ayres Memorial Animal Shelter operates as a "quality of life" shelter, and the devoted workers are committed to making sure that every animal in their care has exactly that. All adult animals are spayed and neutered prior to being made available for adoption. In addition, all animals receive all necessary shots, wormings, and other medical treatments. All would-be adoptive families are carefully screened before being allowed to take home any pet. In this way, each adopted animal is assured of a good and loving home.
Ayres Memorial Animal Shelter operates as a "quality of life" shelter, and the devoted workers are committed to making sure that every animal in their care has exactly that. All adult animals are spayed and neutered prior to being made available for adoption. In addition, all animals receive all necessary shots, wormings, and other medical treatments. All would-be adoptive families are carefully screened before being allowed to take home any pet. In this way, each adopted animal is assured of a good and loving home.