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Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Black (Mostly)
Age
5 years 2 months old, Adult
Sex
Female
Pet ID
Hair Length
short

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with kids
Small blue checkmark Good with cats
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Meet Wesson

Relinquished with her sister Smith. They are 4-years-old, and have already been spayed, vaccinated and microchipped. They are ready for their new home!

Wesson is more independent, slightly more likely to let her opinions be known. Smith is probably the more easygoing of the two sisters, but they are both pretty chill. (Smith is on the left in the photos of the two of them, Wesson is on the right.)

Currently they are enjoying free run of the facility with several other fellow adoptable cats.

NOTE: Please email fortleavenworthstrayfacility@gmail.com for an adoption application. The facility is currently closed to the public but appointments are being granted for pre-approved adopters. There is no obligation to adopt by submitting the application, but appointments can only be made once the completed application is received and approved. THANK YOU!
Meet Wesson

Relinquished with her sister Smith. They are 4-years-old, and have already been spayed, vaccinated and microchipped. They are ready for their new home!

Wesson is more independent, slightly more likely to let her opinions be known. Smith is probably the more easygoing of the two sisters, but they are both pretty chill. (Smith is on the left in the photos of the two of them, Wesson is on the right.)

Currently they are enjoying free run of the facility with several other fellow adoptable cats.

NOTE: Please email fortleavenworthstrayfacility@gmail.com for an adoption application. The facility is currently closed to the public but appointments are being granted for pre-approved adopters. There is no obligation to adopt by submitting the application, but appointments can only be made once the completed application is received and approved. THANK YOU!
Shelter

Fort Leavenworth Stray Facility

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Facility Coordinator
Address
Fort Leavenworth, KS 66027
Donation

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Our adoption process takes about 24 hours, unless prior arrangements have been made. Each applicant is required to submit two personal references and one veterinarian reference (if first time pet owner that is waived). Please email us for the adoption application form. We also ask that an adopter's dog and the adoptable dog meet each other prior to finalizing the adoption. This is to protect you and both the dogs. We have an exercise yard and are happy to introduce them there while monitoring closely. Adoption of multiple pets may qualify for an adoption fee discount if the fee is not already reduced.
Our adoption process takes about 24 hours, unless prior arrangements have been made. Each applicant is required to submit two personal references and one veterinarian reference (if first time pet owner that is waived). Please email us for the adoption application form. We also ask that an adopter's dog and the adoptable dog meet each other prior to finalizing the adoption. This is to protect you and both the dogs. We have an exercise yard and are happy to introduce them there while monitoring closely. Adoption of multiple pets may qualify for an adoption fee discount if the fee is not already reduced.

Go meet their pets

Summer hours: Tuesday through Saturday 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. open to the public; closed Sunday and Monday. If these hours do not work with your schedule please don't hesitate to contact us. We have volunteers who are willing to meet outside of those hours for serious inquiries. Our volunteers and adoptable pets can be seen at several public events such as the Fort Leavenworth PAIR Day (please stop by our booth/table and meet some of our volunteers and the furbabies they bring), running/walking with adoptable dogs in races and dropping by the farm supply store with an adoptable dog in tow or strolling through the farmer's market to help socialized dogs and find them matches. We always need volunteers! Please contact us if you are interested. Commitment can range from a lot to not much time at all. We need help with regular shifts to care for animals, covering hours of operation, cleaning kennels, walking dogs, cuddling kittens, etc.
Summer hours: Tuesday through Saturday 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. open to the public; closed Sunday and Monday. If these hours do not work with your schedule please don't hesitate to contact us. We have volunteers who are willing to meet outside of those hours for serious inquiries. Our volunteers and adoptable pets can be seen at several public events such as the Fort Leavenworth PAIR Day (please stop by our booth/table and meet some of our volunteers and the furbabies they bring), running/walking with adoptable dogs in races and dropping by the farm supply store with an adoptable dog in tow or strolling through the farmer's market to help socialized dogs and find them matches. We always need volunteers! Please contact us if you are interested. Commitment can range from a lot to not much time at all. We need help with regular shifts to care for animals, covering hours of operation, cleaning kennels, walking dogs, cuddling kittens, etc.

More about this shelter

Our facility is overseen by FMWR but is all volunteer staffed. We pride ourselves on the level of dedication as we are there for the love of the pets. Our volunteer duties range from walking dogs to cleaning kennels to volunteer recruitment and coordination. We are proud to say we do not euthanize for need of space. We are a low-kill facility in that we minimize it to medical issues and extreme behavior issues. We have treated dogs for heartworm and other treatable medical issues to make them adoptable; we do not base our decisions on a pre-set rule but a guideline that allows us to handle every pet on a case-by-case basis.
Our facility is overseen by FMWR but is all volunteer staffed. We pride ourselves on the level of dedication as we are there for the love of the pets. Our volunteer duties range from walking dogs to cleaning kennels to volunteer recruitment and coordination. We are proud to say we do not euthanize for need of space. We are a low-kill facility in that we minimize it to medical issues and extreme behavior issues. We have treated dogs for heartworm and other treatable medical issues to make them adoptable; we do not base our decisions on a pre-set rule but a guideline that allows us to handle every pet on a case-by-case basis.