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My name is Moirne!
I'm being cared for by
Cat Association of Topeka

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Gray, Blue or Silver Tabby
Age
Adult
Sex
Female
Pet ID
3382
Hair Length
short

My info

Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Moirne is very sweet and gentle, but very shy. She likes to establish her routine before she becomes friendly. It takes a lot of patience to reassure her and earn her trust but it is worth it. Once she considers you a friend she becomes very affectionate and will even meow for attention.
Shelter

Cat Association of Topeka

Contact info
Pet ID
3382
Contact
Address
1719 SW Gage Blvd., Topeka, KS 66604
Donation

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Anyone interested in adopting a cat or kitten is asked to fill out an application. This enables us to assist them in selecting a cat or kitten best suited to their wants and lifestyle. It also helps us avoid placing a cat in a situation where it may become stressed or endangered. The shelter will accept the return of any cat (adopted from C.A.T.) for any reason. We do reserve the right to deny adoption. Adoption fees are $60 for males and $65 for females, and senior cats are half price. All cats go home with a 4lb. bag of Science Diet cat food and the new owners get a 10% discount in our Catty Shack Retail shop for 30 days.

Go meet their pets

Hours
Tues-Fri 11am-5:30pm and Saturday 11am-4pm
Summer Hours: Memorial Day-Labor Day
Saturdays Close at 2pm

Cats may be seen after 11:30 am

More about this shelter

The Cat Association of Topeka (C.A.T.) began its operation in the spring of 1988 and since then, has placed thousands of cats and kittens in loving homes. In July of 2003, the organization moved into its current facility. The new shelter features colorful cage-free rooms with lots of cubby-holes, ramps, ledges, ramps, and steps for cats to play or just escape for a much-needed nap. Secure screened in porches provide views of nature and visits from a neighboring squirrels and birds. Our quarantine room has its own air system, providing a safe environment for recovering or ill cats.

Along with C.A.T.'s adoption program, every opportunity is used to educate the public on the need for sterlization and the importance of vaccinations, good nutrition and proper pet care. As we continue to grow we hope to establish a broad-based volunteer coalition, and increase the number of adoptions to caring homes. We are also working towards a coalition of other animal care organizations in our community, and increasing awareness in the community. We have a great many kind and generous supporters who help us. It's a great place to be a cat lover, or a cat!