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My name is Calvin!
I'm being cared for by
The Cat's Voice WV, Inc
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Sign Adoption Contract

Adoption application
Apply to Adopt

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Gray, Blue or Silver Tabby
Age
Young
Sex
Male
Pet ID
ps_78851455
Hair Length

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with kids
Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Good with cats
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Has special needs

My story

Calvin is a vocal loving big baby that demands his wet food!  He doesn't like to be held for long but will hang out on your lap for pets! 


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Calvin is a vocal loving big baby that demands his wet food!  He doesn't like to be held for long but will hang out on your lap for pets! 


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Rescue

The Cat's Voice WV, Inc

Contact info
Pet ID
ps_78851455
Contact
Phone
Address
Inwood, WV 25428

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

May see pet online or at our Petco or Petsmart adoption events

2.

Interview

We have a detailed procedure to review application, do vet and background check, interview (home inspection in person or virtually), approve

3.

Sign Adoption Contract

If all parties, incl foster approve, fee is paid and detailed adoption contract is signed. Adopted!

Additional adoption info

We list all pets on our website and Facebook page. We require that if the adoption does not work for that the animal must be returned the The Cat's Voice WV
We list all pets on our website and Facebook page. We require that if the adoption does not work for that the animal must be returned the The Cat's Voice WV

Go meet their pets

We would love to see you Saturday afternoons at the Petco store in Ranson, WV. We always bring adorable kittens and loving cats looking for their forever homes. Join us at the 2nd Annual R.U.S.H. (Rescues United to Stop Homelessness) on April 23 at the Berkeley County Youth Fair from 9-4. The Cat's Voice brings together cats, rescue groups, vendors, educators, and more to let the public know about rescue in the county AND to get more cats adopted!
We would love to see you Saturday afternoons at the Petco store in Ranson, WV. We always bring adorable kittens and loving cats looking for their forever homes. Join us at the 2nd Annual R.U.S.H. (Rescues United to Stop Homelessness) on April 23 at the Berkeley County Youth Fair from 9-4. The Cat's Voice brings together cats, rescue groups, vendors, educators, and more to let the public know about rescue in the county AND to get more cats adopted!

More about this rescue

In the last 12 months The Cat's Voice West Virginia (TCVWV) has taken in 473 cats and kittens through rescue, TNR, owner surrender and rescue/transfer. We have successfully adopted out 307 of these animals and have built a network of animal rescues, veterinarians, and fosters with the common goal of reducing cat overpopulation and finding loving homes for cats in Eastern West Virginia. The Cat's Voice WV is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that is dedicated to controlling the overpopulation of cats in the Eastern Panhandle of WV through Trap-Neuter-Release (TNR) programs, and rescuing abandoned, homeless, and helpless cats. ALL animals adopted by and in TCVWV are spayed or neutered and given all necessary medical care. The Cat’s Voice WV, Inc. was created by experienced animal rescuers in December 2019 after they saw an immediate need for assistance with the overpopulation of cats in rural eastern West Virginia. In this rural region cat rescues must step up so many senior, ill, pregnant and unwanted cats are not euthanized. We are an all-volunteer and foster-based organization that runs exclusively on donations from our local community, fundraising and grants. The goals of The Cat’s Voice WV are two-fold: the intake and adoption of cats from community members who have found strays or who are in need of rehoming due to illness, death, or change of lifestyle (moving, pregnancy, age, financial crisis, etc.) and to support local TNR efforts to care for and sustain current feral cat colonies. In 2021 TCVWV was awarded grants for TNR and spay/neuter from the Bissell Pet Foundation, The Two Mauds Foundation, Walmart Community Grants, and the West Virginia Spay and Neuter Program. These funds are helping us to remedy the serious pet overpopulation crisis in West Virginia. There are no no-kill shelters, no food pantries and very few opportunities for low cost spay/neuter or low-cost veterinary care in Eastern West Virginia. Every animal rescue in this area has been overwhelmed with veterinary medical bills, food bills, and the burden of serious sickness and death among our cats. TCVWV envisions a “Country Roads” care program to allow us to care for more unwanted animals and develop a network of organizations and people to promote spay/neuter efforts. With additional funds we could: • Cover emergency veterinary medical costs for adult and senior pets • Expand the network of and among local animal rescue groups • Facilitate spay/neuter services especially for low-income West Virginians • Support transport of animals to medical appointments and adoption events • Establish a pet food pantry to support local rescues and pet owners in need We have an active fundraising program and host many events to raise funds and promote our adoptable cats, but resources are never enough to meet our needs.
In the last 12 months The Cat's Voice West Virginia (TCVWV) has taken in 473 cats and kittens through rescue, TNR, owner surrender and rescue/transfer. We have successfully adopted out 307 of these animals and have built a network of animal rescues, veterinarians, and fosters with the common goal of reducing cat overpopulation and finding loving homes for cats in Eastern West Virginia. The Cat's Voice WV is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that is dedicated to controlling the overpopulation of cats in the Eastern Panhandle of WV through Trap-Neuter-Release (TNR) programs, and rescuing abandoned, homeless, and helpless cats. ALL animals adopted by and in TCVWV are spayed or neutered and given all necessary medical care. The Cat’s Voice WV, Inc. was created by experienced animal rescuers in December 2019 after they saw an immediate need for assistance with the overpopulation of cats in rural eastern West Virginia. In this rural region cat rescues must step up so many senior, ill, pregnant and unwanted cats are not euthanized. We are an all-volunteer and foster-based organization that runs exclusively on donations from our local community, fundraising and grants. The goals of The Cat’s Voice WV are two-fold: the intake and adoption of cats from community members who have found strays or who are in need of rehoming due to illness, death, or change of lifestyle (moving, pregnancy, age, financial crisis, etc.) and to support local TNR efforts to care for and sustain current feral cat colonies. In 2021 TCVWV was awarded grants for TNR and spay/neuter from the Bissell Pet Foundation, The Two Mauds Foundation, Walmart Community Grants, and the West Virginia Spay and Neuter Program. These funds are helping us to remedy the serious pet overpopulation crisis in West Virginia. There are no no-kill shelters, no food pantries and very few opportunities for low cost spay/neuter or low-cost veterinary care in Eastern West Virginia. Every animal rescue in this area has been overwhelmed with veterinary medical bills, food bills, and the burden of serious sickness and death among our cats. TCVWV envisions a “Country Roads” care program to allow us to care for more unwanted animals and develop a network of organizations and people to promote spay/neuter efforts. With additional funds we could: • Cover emergency veterinary medical costs for adult and senior pets • Expand the network of and among local animal rescue groups • Facilitate spay/neuter services especially for low-income West Virginians • Support transport of animals to medical appointments and adoption events • Establish a pet food pantry to support local rescues and pet owners in need We have an active fundraising program and host many events to raise funds and promote our adoptable cats, but resources are never enough to meet our needs.