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My name is Blossom!

Posted 1 year ago | Updated 1 year ago

My basic info

Domestic Shorthair/Domestic Shorthair
Brown or Chocolate
Pet ID
Hair Length

My details

Checkmark in teal circle Spayed / Neutered

My story

Here's what the humans have to say about me:

VIP CATS PROGRAM(Very Introverted Personalities)
Some of our longest shelter residents are shy cats. Once given the benefit of time to get to know you, they make friends. Most love and enjoy pets and spending time with their special humans, but prefer not to be picked up and held. All have outstanding personalities!!! Some prefer and have a special feline friend they snuggle with and cannot live without.
Adoption fees for VIP CATS are only $35 (standard adoption policies apply).Interested adopter's should email or message our Facebook page for more info., to confirm the continued adoption availability of a particular cat and for an application (or you can stop by our shelter on 72 Cameron Street in Bath) to pick one up. Adoption visits for VIP CATS are by appointment only. VIP PROGRAM CATS are best suited to quiet cat experienced homes.
Finger Lakes SPCA,Inc.

Contact info

Pet ID
7315 State Route 54 - shelter, 72 Cameron Street - executive offices, BATH, NY 14810

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

How to adopt:

The adoption process is not difficult; it is aimed at assuring that you and your cat or dog are good matches and will have a long and happy future together.
A questionnaire gathers information about you, your family, and any other pets you may have. Then, in a brief adoption review, one of our adoption counselors will discuss your compatibility with the cat or dog you have selected.
Our standard adoption fees are as follows and help cover a portion of the cost of the services included in our adoption packages:


$70.00 Cat/Kitten
$140.00 Dog
$175.00 Puppy

*If an animal cannot be spayed/neutered prior to leaving the Shelter (e.g. they are too young), we are required to charge a $35 Spay/Neuter deposit in addition to the adoption fee. Once verification of sterilization is provided, these monies are refunded.

The adoption fee for all cats includes:
• A complete physical exam at a participating veterinarian
• Rabies vaccination
• Feline distemper, rhinotracheitis, calici virus, and pneumonitis vaccinations
• Testing for feline leukemia virus and feline immunodeficiency virus, and feline heartworm
• Two doses of dewormer for round and hookworms
• One dose of flea preventive and microchipping (when available)
• 30 day free pet health insurance

Adopters are entitled to a free grooming for their newly adopted shelter companion within 30 days of adoption at a participating pet salon.

Dogs receive:
• A complete physical examination at a participating veterinary hospital or veterinary clinic
• Rabies vaccination
• Canine distemper virus, parvovirus, adenovirus, parainfluenza virus and leptospirosis vaccinations
• Two doses of dewormer for roundworms and hookworms
• One dose of flea preventive
• Microchipping (when available)
• 30 days of free pet health insurance

Silver Paws Program (Seniors for Seniors)
If you are a Senior Citizen (55 years and over) adoption fees may be completely waived for select shelter animals.

Go meet their pets

7315 State Route 54, Bath NY 14810

Open Daily 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Closed each Thursday & Sunday
adoptions generally end at 3:30 pm




Cruelty Investigation: 607-776-4682

Fax: (607)-776-4685

More about this shelter

Our Mission:

*Promote the humane treatment and care of all animals within our area.
*Enforce the New York State animal cruelty laws.
*Provide education for public awareness of the humane treatment and care of all animals and the specific responsibilities of companion animal guardianship.
*Provide a facility to house stray and unwanted animals in a manner which shall sustain their health and welfare.
*Aggressively work to reunite lost animals with their guardians.
*Encourage the adoption of stray and unwanted animals.