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Jersey Shore Animal Center

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Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Gray or Blue (Mostly)
Age
Senior
Sex
Male
Pet ID
18151210
Hair Length
short

My info

Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

This cat is part of our shelter outreach program where we take pets from overcrowded shelters in hopes of finding them a forever home here! We generally do not have much background info on them. They are all up to date on vaccines, spayed/neutered and microchipped.  FIV/Felv negative. 

This handsome 10 year old boy is from an overcrowded NYC shelter.  His poor teeth were in horrible condition so he was at risk at the shelter.  We wanted to give this boy a chance so we scooped him up! He was an unhappy drooling mess when we got him but you could tell there was a sweet boy in there.   He just had a dental and only has about 4 teeth left!  But he is soooo happy now because his mouth feels so much better!  He looks like a whole new cat now!  Please give this senior boy a chance! In his previous home he did live with another cat and it was stated he was exposed to dogs.  



*Per JSAC policy, puppies and kittens under 6 months will not be adopted to families with children under the age of 6 years.



July 2, 2022, 1:07 pm

This cat is part of our shelter outreach program where we take pets from overcrowded shelters in hopes of finding them a forever home here! We generally do not have much background info on them. They are all up to date on vaccines, spayed/neutered and microchipped.  FIV/Felv negative. 

This handsome 10 year old boy is from an overcrowded NYC shelter.  His poor teeth were in horrible condition so he was at risk at the shelter.  We wanted to give this boy a chance so we scooped him up! He was an unhappy drooling mess when we got him but you could tell there was a sweet boy in there.   He just had a dental and only has about 4 teeth left!  But he is soooo happy now because his mouth feels so much better!  He looks like a whole new cat now!  Please give this senior boy a chance! In his previous home he did live with another cat and it was stated he was exposed to dogs.  



*Per JSAC policy, puppies and kittens under 6 months will not be adopted to families with children under the age of 6 years.



July 2, 2022, 1:07 pm
Shelter

Jersey Shore Animal Center

Contact info

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Adoption Fees: Dogs $250.00 Senior Dogs $150 Cats $100.00 Senior Cats $50 Puppies $350.00 plus a $100 refundable spay/neuter deposit Kittens $130 plus $50 refundable spay/neuter deposit Adoption Process Our friendly, knowledgable team of staff and volunteers would be glad to give you a tour of the shelter and discuss whether one of our furry friends is the right match for your home. The JSAC has careful policies on the placement of young animals, dominant breed dogs (Rottweilers, Shepherds, Akitas, etc). Due to our lifelong return policy we prefer to adopt our pets locally, so we don't adopt out of state. We prefer homes in the region so that we can be a resource for the animals and their adopters. These policies and procedures are in place to protect everyone involved and are very common when rehoming animals, whether through a shelter or a rescue group. We do not have "same day" adoptions. Rather, an application for an animal is reviewed to ensure that 1) the home has taken good care of their other animals * 2) The animal is permitted in the home and 3) that it is the right home for the right animal (choosing dog that likes cats if cats already in household, etc..). Typically this process takes 24-48 hours. If a dog application is approved and there are other dogs in the home, we have the two (or more) dogs meet; many times if necessary.
Adoption Fees: Dogs $250.00 Senior Dogs $150 Cats $100.00 Senior Cats $50 Puppies $350.00 plus a $100 refundable spay/neuter deposit Kittens $130 plus $50 refundable spay/neuter deposit Adoption Process Our friendly, knowledgable team of staff and volunteers would be glad to give you a tour of the shelter and discuss whether one of our furry friends is the right match for your home. The JSAC has careful policies on the placement of young animals, dominant breed dogs (Rottweilers, Shepherds, Akitas, etc). Due to our lifelong return policy we prefer to adopt our pets locally, so we don't adopt out of state. We prefer homes in the region so that we can be a resource for the animals and their adopters. These policies and procedures are in place to protect everyone involved and are very common when rehoming animals, whether through a shelter or a rescue group. We do not have "same day" adoptions. Rather, an application for an animal is reviewed to ensure that 1) the home has taken good care of their other animals * 2) The animal is permitted in the home and 3) that it is the right home for the right animal (choosing dog that likes cats if cats already in household, etc..). Typically this process takes 24-48 hours. If a dog application is approved and there are other dogs in the home, we have the two (or more) dogs meet; many times if necessary.

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Hours 1:00 - 4:00 P.M. Tuesday through Sunday Closed to the public on Mondays 185 Brick Blvd, Brick, NJ 08723
Hours 1:00 - 4:00 P.M. Tuesday through Sunday Closed to the public on Mondays 185 Brick Blvd, Brick, NJ 08723

More about this shelter

Jersey Shore Animal Center is committed to the care of unwanted, abandoned, sick animals and to the adoption of these animals to responsible, loving homes. To that end, veterinary care is provided as needed, medication and inoculations are given and neutering/spaying is done prior to adoption unless the animal's health or age precludes this procedure. In addition, a compassionate staff tends to providing for each animal's physical and emotional needs, taking care to keep each one sheltered, clean, well-fed and socialized.
Jersey Shore Animal Center is committed to the care of unwanted, abandoned, sick animals and to the adoption of these animals to responsible, loving homes. To that end, veterinary care is provided as needed, medication and inoculations are given and neutering/spaying is done prior to adoption unless the animal's health or age precludes this procedure. In addition, a compassionate staff tends to providing for each animal's physical and emotional needs, taking care to keep each one sheltered, clean, well-fed and socialized.