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My name is Midnight!
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Pets Lifeline

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair/Domestic Shorthair
Color
Black (All)
Age
Adult
Sex
Female
Pet ID
50189844
Hair Length

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Midnight is one of our young mama cats. She is ready to find a forever home of her own where she'll be showered with affection! She is very sweet and social with visitors, and she gets along well with all the other cats in the room. She likes to snuggle and groom with her cat friends, so if you are looking for a companion for your existing kitty, or are in the market for a pair of cats, Midnight is the one for you!
Come and meet Midnight during our open hours or submit an application at petslifeline.org and an Adoption Coordinator will get in touch with you.
Midnight is one of our young mama cats. She is ready to find a forever home of her own where she'll be showered with affection! She is very sweet and social with visitors, and she gets along well with all the other cats in the room. She likes to snuggle and groom with her cat friends, so if you are looking for a companion for your existing kitty, or are in the market for a pair of cats, Midnight is the one for you!
Come and meet Midnight during our open hours or submit an application at petslifeline.org and an Adoption Coordinator will get in touch with you.
Shelter

Pets Lifeline

Contact info
Pet ID
50189844
Contact
Address
Sonoma, CA 95476

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

We adopt dogs and cats into loving permanent homes. All shelter animals are spay/neutered BEFORE adoption. In addition they are seen by a vet before adoption and receive all necessary vaccinations. Shelter animals are wormed, bathed and treated for fleas as well. A follow up vet visit is a part of the adoption package. Fees and contracts vary between cat and dog breeds / age / health / special needs.
We adopt dogs and cats into loving permanent homes. All shelter animals are spay/neutered BEFORE adoption. In addition they are seen by a vet before adoption and receive all necessary vaccinations. Shelter animals are wormed, bathed and treated for fleas as well. A follow up vet visit is a part of the adoption package. Fees and contracts vary between cat and dog breeds / age / health / special needs.

Go meet their pets

Pets Lifeline Adoption Center 19686 Eighth Street East,Sonoma, CA 95476 Open: Thu-Sun, 12-5pm Closed: Mon-Wed 707.996.4577 Email: info@petslifeline.org For events dates and times visit www.petslifeline.org
Pets Lifeline Adoption Center 19686 Eighth Street East,Sonoma, CA 95476 Open: Thu-Sun, 12-5pm Closed: Mon-Wed 707.996.4577 Email: info@petslifeline.org For events dates and times visit www.petslifeline.org

More about this shelter

MISSION Pets Lifeline exists to protect and care for stray and abandoned dogs and cats in the Sonoma Valley while working to reduce pet homelessness through shelter, rehabilitation, community education and public service. SERVICES We take in and care for stray and abandoned dogs and cats, by providing them with food, shelter, medical attention and loving attention. Shelter dogs are walked daily and receive obedience training while they are with us. Our resident cats and kittens are highly socialized by volunteers and visitors. We adopt these dogs and cats into loving permanent homes. All shelter animals are spay/neutered BEFORE adoption. In addition they are seen by a vet before adoption and receive all necessary vaccinations. Shelter animals are wormed, bathed and treated for fleas as well. A follow up vet visit is a part of the adoption package. We coordinate a very active pet lost and found program to help reunite pets with their owners. Staff and volunteers take both lost and found animal reports on a daily basis and maintain files. When people call in to report a lost pet, we can quickly check our files and often make a same day link between owner and pet. Similarly, when lost animals are brought into the Shelter, our lost animal reports expedite the process of reuniting pets with their owners. We provide free, personalized ID tags for dogs and cats and offer low cost microchipping identification services to pet owners. We coordinate a free program to match older people with mature animals so that older persons can enjoy the companionship of a pet. Our Senior Match Up program enables older adults ( 65 and older) to adopt an older pet (five years and older) at half charge. We coordinate a program to trap, spay/neuter and maintain feral (wild) cats. Volunteer trappers trap feral cats and take them to a vet for examination and spay/neuturing. The cats are then released and maintained by a colony caretaker. We also rent traps to people who wish to trap and fix feral cats on their property. We help area residents to find and adopt non-shelter animals. We maintain files for both persons requesting a certain type of animal and owners who need to release a pet for whatever reason. Often we are able to link the two and facilitate an adoption of a non shelter animal. We also refer people to the other shelters and pet rescue services within Sonoma County to maximize pet adoptions. We conduct ongoing community education services to raise the level of public awareness about responsible pet ownership. We speak in the schools and before community service organizations. And we conduct tours of the Shelter for interested groups. We provide information and assistance to pet owners. We offer ongoing consulting and assistance to those who have adopted a shelter animal and to the community at large. We provide free pet food to low income families once a month at a local church.
MISSION Pets Lifeline exists to protect and care for stray and abandoned dogs and cats in the Sonoma Valley while working to reduce pet homelessness through shelter, rehabilitation, community education and public service. SERVICES We take in and care for stray and abandoned dogs and cats, by providing them with food, shelter, medical attention and loving attention. Shelter dogs are walked daily and receive obedience training while they are with us. Our resident cats and kittens are highly socialized by volunteers and visitors. We adopt these dogs and cats into loving permanent homes. All shelter animals are spay/neutered BEFORE adoption. In addition they are seen by a vet before adoption and receive all necessary vaccinations. Shelter animals are wormed, bathed and treated for fleas as well. A follow up vet visit is a part of the adoption package. We coordinate a very active pet lost and found program to help reunite pets with their owners. Staff and volunteers take both lost and found animal reports on a daily basis and maintain files. When people call in to report a lost pet, we can quickly check our files and often make a same day link between owner and pet. Similarly, when lost animals are brought into the Shelter, our lost animal reports expedite the process of reuniting pets with their owners. We provide free, personalized ID tags for dogs and cats and offer low cost microchipping identification services to pet owners. We coordinate a free program to match older people with mature animals so that older persons can enjoy the companionship of a pet. Our Senior Match Up program enables older adults ( 65 and older) to adopt an older pet (five years and older) at half charge. We coordinate a program to trap, spay/neuter and maintain feral (wild) cats. Volunteer trappers trap feral cats and take them to a vet for examination and spay/neuturing. The cats are then released and maintained by a colony caretaker. We also rent traps to people who wish to trap and fix feral cats on their property. We help area residents to find and adopt non-shelter animals. We maintain files for both persons requesting a certain type of animal and owners who need to release a pet for whatever reason. Often we are able to link the two and facilitate an adoption of a non shelter animal. We also refer people to the other shelters and pet rescue services within Sonoma County to maximize pet adoptions. We conduct ongoing community education services to raise the level of public awareness about responsible pet ownership. We speak in the schools and before community service organizations. And we conduct tours of the Shelter for interested groups. We provide information and assistance to pet owners. We offer ongoing consulting and assistance to those who have adopted a shelter animal and to the community at large. We provide free pet food to low income families once a month at a local church.