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My name is Weasley!
I'm being cared for by
Animal Aid Inc.
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Meet the Pet

3.

Approve Application

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Longhair
Color
Black & White or Tuxedo
Age
Adult
Sex
Male
Pet ID
Hair Length
long

My info

Small red x Not good with kids
Small red x Not good with dogs
Small red x Not good with cats
Small blue checkmark Needs experienced adopter
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Has special needs

My story

To meet me or learn the most up to date info on me please fill out an adoption application at www.animalaidpdx.org.

Hello, I'm Weasley! I'm a very lovable guy. I'm one of those cats who loves people but other cats and babies make me very nervous. I start off very shy and will hide but I adore petting and will bump up against you for attention. I have a loud purr and am very talkative when I'm cozy.  I also meow and chirp for treats and when I want to get into bed with you for the night. I take good care of my long fur.

In my past home I had trouble with inappropriate urination due to the other cat bullying me a bit. And then when a baby came along I started having more accidents. Since I've been at Animal Aid and in a room of my own I have had zero accidents. I take an anti-anxiety medication which helps with that too. I also eat a prescription food to help prevent urinary crystals.

Likes: I love wet food! I love people who I know are safe! I love to sit in a lap and sleep between your legs during the night. I love to sit by a window on top of a couch and survey. I love to drink out of cat water fountain.

Dislikes: I am very afraid of cats, dogs, loud noises, and babies.

Looking for: A patient and cat-experienced home that will give me time to readjust if I get scared during a transition.


My estimated birth date is 5/1/2012


*All cats at Animal Aid have been spayed/neutered, tested negative for FIV and Felv, microchipped, and are up to date on core vaccines.

Please note: due to our screening preference to view the potential home and interview the prospective guardian, we rarely adopt out of our local Portland metro area.
To meet me or learn the most up to date info on me please fill out an adoption application at www.animalaidpdx.org.

Hello, I'm Weasley! I'm a very lovable guy. I'm one of those cats who loves people but other cats and babies make me very nervous. I start off very shy and will hide but I adore petting and will bump up against you for attention. I have a loud purr and am very talkative when I'm cozy.  I also meow and chirp for treats and when I want to get into bed with you for the night. I take good care of my long fur.

In my past home I had trouble with inappropriate urination due to the other cat bullying me a bit. And then when a baby came along I started having more accidents. Since I've been at Animal Aid and in a room of my own I have had zero accidents. I take an anti-anxiety medication which helps with that too. I also eat a prescription food to help prevent urinary crystals.

Likes: I love wet food! I love people who I know are safe! I love to sit in a lap and sleep between your legs during the night. I love to sit by a window on top of a couch and survey. I love to drink out of cat water fountain.

Dislikes: I am very afraid of cats, dogs, loud noises, and babies.

Looking for: A patient and cat-experienced home that will give me time to readjust if I get scared during a transition.


My estimated birth date is 5/1/2012


*All cats at Animal Aid have been spayed/neutered, tested negative for FIV and Felv, microchipped, and are up to date on core vaccines.

Please note: due to our screening preference to view the potential home and interview the prospective guardian, we rarely adopt out of our local Portland metro area.
Rescue

Animal Aid Inc.

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Address
Portland, OR 97221

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

Submit an application or come into our shelter to visit the cats (all dogs are in foster homes).

2.

Meet the Pet

3.

Approve Application

Additional adoption info

You can find out more about our adoption process on our website at: https://animalaidpdx.org/adoption-policies-fees-faqs/. We do not do same-day adoptions and have an application process. You are welcome to come into our shelter to visit the cats during our regular business hours before or after turning in an application.
You can find out more about our adoption process on our website at: https://animalaidpdx.org/adoption-policies-fees-faqs/. We do not do same-day adoptions and have an application process. You are welcome to come into our shelter to visit the cats during our regular business hours before or after turning in an application.

Go meet their pets

We are open for visitors Monday through Friday from 11 AM to 4 PM. Saturdays 12-4pm. Closed Sundays.

5335 SW 42nd Portland, Oregon 97221

Note: If you are interested in meeting one of the cats or dogs housed in a foster home, we ask you fill out an adoption application on our website at www.animalaidpdx.org/adopt prior to scheduling a meeting or call 503-292-6628 option 3 for further information.

We are open for visitors Monday through Friday from 11 AM to 4 PM. Saturdays 12-4pm. Closed Sundays.

5335 SW 42nd Portland, Oregon 97221

Note: If you are interested in meeting one of the cats or dogs housed in a foster home, we ask you fill out an adoption application on our website at www.animalaidpdx.org/adopt prior to scheduling a meeting or call 503-292-6628 option 3 for further information.

More about this rescue

Animal Aid of Portland is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit animal rescue and welfare organization, passionately serving animals and the people they love since 1969. It is our mission to enhance the welfare of companion animals through individualized care and lifelong commitment, rescue and adoption, resources and education, and community partnerships. We operate a free-roam shelter for cats; a foster program for dogs and cats; It Takes a Pack, a community-driven animal care supply sharing initiative; and the Animal Aid Cares Fund, a partnership with veterinarians, trainers, and behaviorists in Portland to provide financial assistance for urgent medical and behavioral care.
Animal Aid of Portland is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit animal rescue and welfare organization, passionately serving animals and the people they love since 1969. It is our mission to enhance the welfare of companion animals through individualized care and lifelong commitment, rescue and adoption, resources and education, and community partnerships. We operate a free-roam shelter for cats; a foster program for dogs and cats; It Takes a Pack, a community-driven animal care supply sharing initiative; and the Animal Aid Cares Fund, a partnership with veterinarians, trainers, and behaviorists in Portland to provide financial assistance for urgent medical and behavioral care.