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My name is Henderson!
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Friends of Companion Animals
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Approve Application

3.

Take the Pet Home

Adoption application
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Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Longhair
Color
Brown Tabby
Age
Adult
Sex
Male
Pet ID
16626846-21A077
Hair Length
long

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Henderson is very shy but he did have a genetic issue with his paws so he needed to be front declawed to alleviate his pain. He came to us when A concerned mail worker contacted FOCA when they found a Monroe County residence with an overwhelming number of cats. Our volunteers surveyed the area and then reached out to the property owner so we could give the cats a better life.  There are 33 cats we rescued from a single location downtown with some kitties who are very friendly and others semi feral and feral. They include Hermes, Hickory, Hunk, Harlo, Horace, Hathorne, Hawk, Hale, Harvey, Huck; Hairy, Henderson, Hadley, Hendrix, Habanero, Houston, Havana, Honor, Howie, Henry, Holt, Hudson, Hayzel, Hattie, Haleigh, Billy, Tiny Tot, Emily, Smoke, Storm, Sunshine, Maddie, Tiger Sox and Amelia. 

 

Friendly cats will be placed into our adoption program while the more feral felines will be a part of our barn cats program. You can learn more about our rescue on our website friendsofcompanionanimal.org or by visiting the shelter during our open hours which are Wednesday to Saturday noon to 5 PM.

July 3, 2022, 4:03 pm

Henderson is very shy but he did have a genetic issue with his paws so he needed to be front declawed to alleviate his pain. He came to us when A concerned mail worker contacted FOCA when they found a Monroe County residence with an overwhelming number of cats. Our volunteers surveyed the area and then reached out to the property owner so we could give the cats a better life.  There are 33 cats we rescued from a single location downtown with some kitties who are very friendly and others semi feral and feral. They include Hermes, Hickory, Hunk, Harlo, Horace, Hathorne, Hawk, Hale, Harvey, Huck; Hairy, Henderson, Hadley, Hendrix, Habanero, Houston, Havana, Honor, Howie, Henry, Holt, Hudson, Hayzel, Hattie, Haleigh, Billy, Tiny Tot, Emily, Smoke, Storm, Sunshine, Maddie, Tiger Sox and Amelia. 

 

Friendly cats will be placed into our adoption program while the more feral felines will be a part of our barn cats program. You can learn more about our rescue on our website friendsofcompanionanimal.org or by visiting the shelter during our open hours which are Wednesday to Saturday noon to 5 PM.

July 3, 2022, 4:03 pm
Shelter

Friends of Companion Animals

Contact info

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

Yep, we need to know all your basic facts to see if you and your kitty are a good fit.

2.

Approve Application

We never do instant adoptions so we ask that all information listed is correct because we do check references, vet records, etc.

3.

Take the Pet Home

You can come during our normal hours or we'll set up a time outside our regular public opening. Bring your cat carrier and cash for the fee.

Additional adoption info

Interested pet parents can fill out an application at the shelter Wed through Sat Noon - 5 pm or anytime online. Fees are $90 for kittens and $60 for cats 1 year and older. Since we are an all volunteer operation we lack the time to answer questions posed here on Adopt-a-pet. Thanks for your understanding.
Interested pet parents can fill out an application at the shelter Wed through Sat Noon - 5 pm or anytime online. Fees are $90 for kittens and $60 for cats 1 year and older. Since we are an all volunteer operation we lack the time to answer questions posed here on Adopt-a-pet. Thanks for your understanding.

Go meet their pets

Check us out at http://friendsofcompanionanimals.org or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/friendsofcompanionanimals/ Visit us Wednesday - Saturday Noon - 5 PM at the Detroit Beach entrance located at 2532 N. Dixie Hwy., Monroe, MI 48162 or by appointment.
Check us out at http://friendsofcompanionanimals.org or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/friendsofcompanionanimals/ Visit us Wednesday - Saturday Noon - 5 PM at the Detroit Beach entrance located at 2532 N. Dixie Hwy., Monroe, MI 48162 or by appointment.

More about this shelter

Friends of Companion Animals looks to relieve cat overpopulation with spay and neuter programs while finding suitable forever homes for cats and kittens in Monroe, MI and the surrounding areas. Since we are an all volunteer operation we lack the time to answer questions posed here on Adopt-a-pet. Thanks for your understanding. FoCA offers several programs that include adoptions, a spay/neuter program through Paws Clinic, cats for seniors and our barn cats program, which helps put semi-feral cats at locations wanting rodent control. Friends of Companion Animals is a 501c3 non-profit animal welfare group that also features a re-sale shop. We raise all our monies through our re-sale store, community events and donor support with no aid from municipalities or organizations. We are a dedicated group of volunteers that believe together we can make a difference for the companion animals of Monroe County.
Friends of Companion Animals looks to relieve cat overpopulation with spay and neuter programs while finding suitable forever homes for cats and kittens in Monroe, MI and the surrounding areas. Since we are an all volunteer operation we lack the time to answer questions posed here on Adopt-a-pet. Thanks for your understanding. FoCA offers several programs that include adoptions, a spay/neuter program through Paws Clinic, cats for seniors and our barn cats program, which helps put semi-feral cats at locations wanting rodent control. Friends of Companion Animals is a 501c3 non-profit animal welfare group that also features a re-sale shop. We raise all our monies through our re-sale store, community events and donor support with no aid from municipalities or organizations. We are a dedicated group of volunteers that believe together we can make a difference for the companion animals of Monroe County.