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Homeward Trails Animal Rescue

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Gray or Blue
Age
Young
Sex
Male
Pet ID
HTAR-A-30391
Hair Length

My story

If you are interested in adopting this cat, please fill out our cat adoption questionnaire or if you have questions, please email Kelsey at kelseym@homewardtrails.org.

You can find the adoption questionnaire by visiting this website: https://www.shelterluv.com/matchme/adopt/HTAR/Cat

Lewis is a quirky, rambunctious bundle of joy. He is the smallest of his litter, but loves to be in the middle of the action. When he's not chasing his toys, he loves to sleep in his hammock. He loves tummy rubs too.

He must be adopted with his brother London.

The adoption fee for this cat is $170, which helps with the cost of routine vet care. This fee INCLUDES neuter surgery, vaccines, and microchipping. If the animal you are adopting is not already spayed/neutered, you will be required to sign a contract legally obligating you to have the animal altered.

We are proud to partner with the following veterinarians who offer a free first exam for your animal, exclusively for HT adopters: Caring Hands Animal Hospital, Palisades Veterinary Clinic, Sunshine Animal Hospital and Clarendon Animal Care and all VCA Animal Hospitals.

Additionally, any VCA hospital will cover illnesses up to $250 at no cost to any Homeward Trails adopter.

You can save animals like this one by becoming a foster! Fosters are like way stations between high kill shelters and forever homes. We need fosters so that we can save cats before they are euthanized at the shelters. If you are interested in becoming a foster, please check out our information about fostering by visiting http://www.homewardtrails.org/foster-a-pet/dog-and-cat-foster-program/
If you are interested in adopting this cat, please fill out our cat adoption questionnaire or if you have questions, please email Kelsey at kelseym@homewardtrails.org.

You can find the adoption questionnaire by visiting this website: https://www.shelterluv.com/matchme/adopt/HTAR/Cat

Lewis is a quirky, rambunctious bundle of joy. He is the smallest of his litter, but loves to be in the middle of the action. When he's not chasing his toys, he loves to sleep in his hammock. He loves tummy rubs too.

He must be adopted with his brother London.

The adoption fee for this cat is $170, which helps with the cost of routine vet care. This fee INCLUDES neuter surgery, vaccines, and microchipping. If the animal you are adopting is not already spayed/neutered, you will be required to sign a contract legally obligating you to have the animal altered.

We are proud to partner with the following veterinarians who offer a free first exam for your animal, exclusively for HT adopters: Caring Hands Animal Hospital, Palisades Veterinary Clinic, Sunshine Animal Hospital and Clarendon Animal Care and all VCA Animal Hospitals.

Additionally, any VCA hospital will cover illnesses up to $250 at no cost to any Homeward Trails adopter.

You can save animals like this one by becoming a foster! Fosters are like way stations between high kill shelters and forever homes. We need fosters so that we can save cats before they are euthanized at the shelters. If you are interested in becoming a foster, please check out our information about fostering by visiting http://www.homewardtrails.org/foster-a-pet/dog-and-cat-foster-program/
Rescue

Homeward Trails Animal Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
HTAR-A-30391
Contact
Phone
Address
Fairfax Station, VA 22039

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

You will first be required to complete our Adoption Questionnaire (https://www.homewardtrails.org/adopt-a-pet/pet-adoption-forms/dog-adoption-questionnaire). Once received, a Homeward Trails rep will contact you via phone or e-mail. Please allow 72 hours for a response. If it seems you are a good fit for each other based on the info you provided, a phone interview will follow. If you are renting, we require proof that you are allowed to have a pet as well as any breed or size restrictions that may exist. If you have pets or did previously, we require your vet information and we will call them to verify that your pets are in good health, current on vaccines and spayed/neutered. We require that all pets in the home be spayed/neutered unless there are health reasons that can be verified with the vet. Homeward Trails' adoption fees range depending on type of animal, the originating shelter and the vetting the animal has received. Our adoption fees are set to allow us to cover our expenses as well as to help other animals in our program that require additional care. Our fees cover vetting costs, shelter fees, fuel for transport, copying and printing of contracts and paperwork, our website presence, food, boarding, behavioral training and additional medical care. It is important to note that while the animal you adopt may not require all of these things, many other animals in our system do. Thus, any "extra" money from adoption fees goes to help those animals who may require additional care. By adopting from Homeward Trails, you are not saving just one life, you are helping to save others as well.
You will first be required to complete our Adoption Questionnaire (https://www.homewardtrails.org/adopt-a-pet/pet-adoption-forms/dog-adoption-questionnaire). Once received, a Homeward Trails rep will contact you via phone or e-mail. Please allow 72 hours for a response. If it seems you are a good fit for each other based on the info you provided, a phone interview will follow. If you are renting, we require proof that you are allowed to have a pet as well as any breed or size restrictions that may exist. If you have pets or did previously, we require your vet information and we will call them to verify that your pets are in good health, current on vaccines and spayed/neutered. We require that all pets in the home be spayed/neutered unless there are health reasons that can be verified with the vet. Homeward Trails' adoption fees range depending on type of animal, the originating shelter and the vetting the animal has received. Our adoption fees are set to allow us to cover our expenses as well as to help other animals in our program that require additional care. Our fees cover vetting costs, shelter fees, fuel for transport, copying and printing of contracts and paperwork, our website presence, food, boarding, behavioral training and additional medical care. It is important to note that while the animal you adopt may not require all of these things, many other animals in our system do. Thus, any "extra" money from adoption fees goes to help those animals who may require additional care. By adopting from Homeward Trails, you are not saving just one life, you are helping to save others as well.

Go meet their pets

Homeward Trails has dog and cat adoption events throughout the DC area. For a list of our upcoming events, go to: http://homewardtrails.org/events.html COME MEET ADOPTABLE DOGS EVERY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY from 10AM - 4PM at the Homeward Trails Adoption Center- 11116 Fairfax Station Road, Fairfax Station VA 22039! **Note that puppies are in foster homes, not at the Adoption Center.
Homeward Trails has dog and cat adoption events throughout the DC area. For a list of our upcoming events, go to: http://homewardtrails.org/events.html COME MEET ADOPTABLE DOGS EVERY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY from 10AM - 4PM at the Homeward Trails Adoption Center- 11116 Fairfax Station Road, Fairfax Station VA 22039! **Note that puppies are in foster homes, not at the Adoption Center.

More about this rescue

Homeward Trails seeks to find permanent adoptive homes in the Mid-Atlantic Region for dogs and cats from under resourced shelters or whose owners can no longer care for them. In so doing, we seek to reduce the rate of euthanasia of adoptable animals through the rescue and placement of homeless animals; to support proactive spay/neuter practices; to promote positive and ongoing behavioral training; and to educate the public about how to care for their animals in a humane way. Homeward Trails not only facilitates adoptions from local shelters, but also supports a large network of foster care providers who take homeless dogs and cats into their homes, care for them, rehabilitate them when needed, and prepare them for their permanent adoptive homes. Sadly, without our help, all of these adoptable animals would face almost certain euthanasia - usually within days or hours of our rescuing them. Each year we take in hundreds of wonderful animals who were left at shelters through no fault of their own. Many are puppies and kittens – innocent victims of irresponsible pet owners who don’t spay/neuter. Some are abandoned hunting dogs who served their owners well and were dumped in woods or left at shelters when they were no longer wanted. Others are house pets whose owners simply grew tired of caring for them or moved and did not take them along. And even more are animals that have been injured, abused and neglected. Whatever the reasons, these animals all deserve better. And once with Homeward Trails, they get better! Our Principles: 1. To always operate in the best interest of the animals we take into our program and to advocate for the proper care of those in shelters and in private homes; 2. To provide quality care for the animals we take in for as long as they are in our program and to provide ongoing support to our adopters; 3. To always maintain a manageable number of animals in our system whereby we can ensure proper medical care, behavioral training and housing for the animals; 4. To rescue the widest array of dogs and cats by avoiding general discrimination based on breed, age, and health; 5. To provide our shelter partners and their communities with resources that will result in the highest level of care for their animals, an increase in spay/neuter surgeries and a decrease in the abuse, neglect and abandonment of dogs and cats; 6. To treat our volunteers, adopters and partners with understanding, patience and support
Homeward Trails seeks to find permanent adoptive homes in the Mid-Atlantic Region for dogs and cats from under resourced shelters or whose owners can no longer care for them. In so doing, we seek to reduce the rate of euthanasia of adoptable animals through the rescue and placement of homeless animals; to support proactive spay/neuter practices; to promote positive and ongoing behavioral training; and to educate the public about how to care for their animals in a humane way. Homeward Trails not only facilitates adoptions from local shelters, but also supports a large network of foster care providers who take homeless dogs and cats into their homes, care for them, rehabilitate them when needed, and prepare them for their permanent adoptive homes. Sadly, without our help, all of these adoptable animals would face almost certain euthanasia - usually within days or hours of our rescuing them. Each year we take in hundreds of wonderful animals who were left at shelters through no fault of their own. Many are puppies and kittens – innocent victims of irresponsible pet owners who don’t spay/neuter. Some are abandoned hunting dogs who served their owners well and were dumped in woods or left at shelters when they were no longer wanted. Others are house pets whose owners simply grew tired of caring for them or moved and did not take them along. And even more are animals that have been injured, abused and neglected. Whatever the reasons, these animals all deserve better. And once with Homeward Trails, they get better! Our Principles: 1. To always operate in the best interest of the animals we take into our program and to advocate for the proper care of those in shelters and in private homes; 2. To provide quality care for the animals we take in for as long as they are in our program and to provide ongoing support to our adopters; 3. To always maintain a manageable number of animals in our system whereby we can ensure proper medical care, behavioral training and housing for the animals; 4. To rescue the widest array of dogs and cats by avoiding general discrimination based on breed, age, and health; 5. To provide our shelter partners and their communities with resources that will result in the highest level of care for their animals, an increase in spay/neuter surgeries and a decrease in the abuse, neglect and abandonment of dogs and cats; 6. To treat our volunteers, adopters and partners with understanding, patience and support