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Domestic Longhair kittens & cats in Southgate, Michigan

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Dan

Domestic Longhair

Male, Adult
Wyandotte, MI
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(when grown) -
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Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Dan is an approximately 2 year old, long hair, male buff color cat who is ready for adoption. Dan came to us with 6 other cats from the shelter, who we assume are all siblings. He does like attention and to be around people. He is friendly & loves to play, but not being picked up so much. Dan is curious & likes to explore new areas around the house. Also, slow introductions would be needed with other cats. However, after getting to know each other, he should get along with them. Dan has not been around any dogs or children that we know of, but would probably adjust. He would make a good companion, so please consider providing him a forever home.**All Shelter to Home animals are fully vetted per their age. We believe in pediatric spay and neuter. All animals will be spayed or neutered, tested for FIV/FeLV or heartworm, given age-appropriate boosters and rabies, dewormed, flea treated, and anything extra that is needed to give this animal a wonderful forever life in a permanent home. Adoption fees are usually $50 for cats and between $150-$250 for dogs, unless the pet is sponsored or we are running a promotion. Please visit our website at sheltertohome.com for information on our adoption process.**April 8, 2024, 9:22 pm
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GROUCHO

Domestic Longhair

Male, Adult
Wyandotte, MI
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(when grown) -
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Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Groucho was found in rough shape. He may have an admittedly gruff demeanor, but he was unable to take care of himself out there on his own. He was sick when found requiring a few days of hospitalization. During his stay his matted coat was shaved down allowing him to grow out his coat the way it was meant to be. Long and luxurious. Groucho is in need of people able to look past the fact that he is a domestic cat who may never be a warm and fuzzy cuddler. It may have to be enough to his new family that he will always be grateful to just have a safe home. Does this cat get along with other cats? There is almost always an acclimation period when a new pet joins the household. We are happy to suggest a few ways to ease the transition. Does this cat respond well to dogs? The more important question is how the dog responds to cats. Most cats will adjust to a dog, given time and patience. If the resident dog's response to cats is unknown, that should be determined prior to adding a cat to the household. We can offer a few suggestions. Is this cat good with children? The better question is how the children have been taught to handle animals. A cat will respond negatively if he/she is not being handled properly. We can offer suggestions on how to teach children to interact with cats. If you're interested in meeting any of our cats or dogs, stop in during our open hours. For location and hours, see our website at https://wacshelter.com To apply to adopt online go to https://wacshelter.com/adopt-a-cat/ ALL ANIMALS LISTED AS ADOPTABLE ARE AVAILABLE TO BE ADOPTED. *ADOPTION FEE: $65 (cash only) includes spay/neuter, distemper vaccine, FIV/FeLV test, and rabies vaccine (if old enough).
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MOE

Domestic Longhair

Male, Adult
Wyandotte, MI
Size
(when grown) -
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Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Moe was taken out of a neglectful situation by authorities. He is a young cat who prefers quiet people, but loves other animals. He is fantastic with adults and mature kids. Does this cat get along with other cats? There is almost always an acclimation period when a new pet joins the household. We are happy to suggest a few ways to ease the transition. Does this cat respond well to dogs? The more important question is how the dog responds to cats. Most cats will adjust to a dog, given time and patience. If the resident dog's response to cats is unknown, that should be determined prior to adding a cat to the household. We can offer a few suggestions. Is this cat good with children? The better question is how the children have been taught to handle animals. A cat will respond negatively if he/she is not being handled properly. We can offer suggestions on how to teach children to interact with cats. If you're interested in meeting any of our cats or dogs, stop in during our open hours. For location and hours, see our website at https://wacshelter.com To apply to adopt online go to https://wacshelter.com/adopt-a-cat/ ALL ANIMALS LISTED AS ADOPTABLE ARE AVAILABLE TO BE ADOPTED. *ADOPTION FEE: $65 (cash only) includes spay/neuter, distemper vaccine, FIV/FeLV test, and rabies vaccine (if old enough).
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OLIVER

Domestic Longhair

Male, Adult
Wyandotte, MI
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(when grown) -
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Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Oliver was taken from a neglectful home by authorities. He is a very sweet and gentle cat wholoves other animals. Does this cat get along with other cats? There is almost always an acclimation period when a new pet joins the household. We are happy to suggest a few ways to ease the transition. Does this cat respond well to dogs? The more important question is how the dog responds to cats. Most cats will adjust to a dog, given time and patience. If the resident dog's response to cats is unknown, that should be determined prior to adding a cat to the household. We can offer a few suggestions. Is this cat good with children? The better question is how the children have been taught to handle animals. A cat will respond negatively if he/she is not being handled properly. We can offer suggestions on how to teach children to interact with cats. If you're interested in meeting any of our cats or dogs, stop in during our open hours. For location and hours, see our website at https://wacshelter.com To apply to adopt online go to https://wacshelter.com/adopt-a-cat/ ALL ANIMALS LISTED AS ADOPTABLE ARE AVAILABLE TO BE ADOPTED. *ADOPTION FEE: $65 (cash only) includes spay/neuter, distemper vaccine, FIV/FeLV test, and rabies vaccine (if old enough).
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Moki

Domestic Longhair

Male, Adult
Lincoln Park, MI
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Not good with kids, Not good with cats, Needs experienced adopter, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Moki was found at 5 weeks old in a dumpster and i have had him since! (5 years now) Moki began having aggression towards other cats in the home at 2 years old. He needs to be the only cat in the house. He might do best with no children under 12, however he hasn’t really been around kids. He is a very sweet cat to me when he wants to be. He does swat at me and other humans but his main aggression is at the other cats. I firmly believe that Moki would thrive and behavioral issues would stop if he was the only cat. He doesn’t bite nor draw blood but he will swat from time to time when he is aggravated with the other cats. He loves watching birds on his 20” TV (lol) He loves feathered toys and sometimes joins me in the bath, as long as the water doesn’t touch him. Lol. He is a good boy in need of a no cat zone house!!!
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Vera

Domestic Longhair

Female, Young
Taylor, MI
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Good with kids, Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Name:  VeraDoB: 12/3/23Adoption Fee: $180Vera is such a  nice girl and TOTAL BEAUTY QUEEN!.  We found her outside at a mobile home park and she hadn't had food for a few days so was very thin and frail. Posted her in the park bulletin page, she was not claimed.  We took her to our vet and ran blood work to make sure she didn't need medical support.  Now she has had a good diet of yummy canned food and some dry and is finally starting to fill out.  We completed her spay and other vet work and she is ready for her own forever home, She loves pets and likes to nap in bed with her foster mom.  She allows you to pick up and carry but prefers her paws on the ground.     She is fostered with other cats. She would probably be fine with older children but a bit shy of sudden movements kinda cat.Spayed, current on vaccines, FELV/FIV neg, wormed and ready for a forever home.Please include ID# with the name of the cat you are interested in when you submit an application.The  cats/kittens that are posted are available, unless it is stated  'adopted'.  If one is 'pending' you still may submit an application in  case the adoption does not go through.Our adoption fees are posted on our home page.You must be at least 21 years old to apply.To apply, please click on the link:  https://faerietales.org/adoption/adoption-form/  ORsend an email to: faerietalescatrescue@yahoo.com.    Please answer all questions, otherwise your pre-application may not be reviewed. Include the following information in your email:1. Your name, address, home phone number & email address.Age of applicant, age of co-applicant and do you live with your parents?2. Your reason for wanting to adopt this kitten? Yourself ? Child's pet? Companionship to another pet? Gift/Surprise? Other? 3. Type of housing you live in (own home, apartment, condo, etc.), rent or own.Landlord's name/phone # if applicable:4. Are you looking for a inside cat only, outside only, or both inside & outside?5. Do you plan to declaw this cat/kitten?6.  Please list all of the people in your home, include age & gender.7. Who will be responsible for taking care of the cat?8. What arrangements have you made to care for the pet in case you can no longer do so?9. The number of hours per day the animal will be left alone, and where you will keep the animal when left alone?10.  A list of any animals you've had in the last 10 years, including how  long you had them and where they are now. Please include the names of  each animal, and the type of animal.11. Are/were they spayed/neutered? Current on vaccines? Has your cat been tested for FIV/FeLV?  12.  Who is your current/previous veterinarian (clinic name and phone  number)? You must call your vet and give permission to release  information regarding your pets, we will be contacting your veterinarian  as a reference.13. Are/were your pets receiving annual veterinarian care?14. How much time do your current/previous pets spend outside? Inside _____% of the time.Outside ____% of the timePlease estimate how much time you plan to have this cat inside and outside.Inside _____% of the time.Outside ____% of the time.15. Does anyone in your family suffer from pet allergies?16.  Rescue animals require time to adjust to their new home. Are you  willing to give this animal adequate time for proper adjustment -  perhaps three weeks or more? What amount of time do you consider to be reasonable for adjustment?17. Cats can live as long as 15-20 years.  Select all of the following that may cause you to give up the animal.Birth of a child __ New roommate___ Marriage ___ Divorce ____ Unemployment ___ Needs regular medication ___ Allergies.18.  What kind of personality traits in a cat are you NOT willing to live with?  Select all of the following that apply.Excessive meowing ___ Unfriendly toward other pets ___   Shy, skittish, or hides a lot  __ Scratching furniture,  ___Jumps on kitchen counter/tables___Other ________________________________19. Methods you plan to use to discourage unwanted behavior(s): Yell___ Put cat in another room___ Remove problem item(s)  ___   Put cat outside ___Won’t tolerate behaviors ___Swat/spank/hit with newspaper  ___Spritz with water ___,Throw something at cat___Who cares cats are cats.20.  Have you ever had to return a pet to a breeder or taken to a pound, shelter or rescue?  If so, please explain:21.  I would like a cat who (check all that applies):Plays gently____ Loves everyone____Is a cuddler____ Is quiet____Is fairly active____ Is a enthusiastic player____Enjoys a little lap time____Talks occasionally___ Is a chatterbox___Is more independent___The above information that I have provided to FTCR for the purpose of adopting an animal is accurate and complete.IMPORTANT PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING:A  volunteer will review your application and contact you ONLY if you are  approved or if further clarification is required.  We will make every  attempt to contact approved applicants within 5 business days of  application submission (M-F), but this will depend on the number of applications received.  Please  understand that by answering the questions does not guarantee the  adoption of the pet, nor are you obligated to adopt the pet.FTCR  adopts to homes that are best fits for our animals' needs, and not on a  first-come, first-served basis.  If you currently own a pet or have a  history of pet ownership, you must provide a vet reference for your application to be processed.  Preference is given to applications with prior pet experience and vet references.  We are an all-volunteer organization, and regret that we do not have the resources to contact applicants that are not approved.  Please do not contact us to check on the status of your application - it just slows down our ability to process applications.  Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.-  We ask for your patience as we review your application.FTCR  receives several each day and cannot respond to every one individually.-  Approved applicants are based on best fit, not first submitted.  FTCR  RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REFUSE ANY APPLICANT, so please  understand that it is within our discretion to make those decisions on  behalf of our animals.Keep in mind that  we depend 100% on volunteers, most of whom have full-time jobs, so we  ask for your understanding as we do the best we can in the endless  effort to find homes for these deserving animals!WE DO NOT HAVE A SHELTER,  ALL OF OUR ANIMALS ARE IN ONE OF OUR VOLUNTEERS HOME.THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST IN A RESCUE ANIMAApril 12, 2024, 2:56 pm

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Domestic Longhair shelters & rescues in Southgate, Michigan

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Wyandotte Animal Adoption Center

1170 Grove, Wyandotte, MI 48192

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Wyandotte Animal Adoption Center

1170 Grove, Wyandotte, MI 48192

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Shelter to Home

266 Oak Street, Wyandotte, MI 48192

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Wyandotte Animal Adoption Center

1170 Grove, Wyandotte, MI 48192

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3.7 miles

Faerie Tales Cat Rescue

Taylor, MI 48180

Pet Types: cats

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4.9 miles

Spark of Love Animal Rescue

Trenton, MI 48183

Pet Types: cats, dogs, rabbits, reptiles, small animals

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4.9 miles

P.A.W.E.R - Providing Animals With Emergency Resources

2515 w. Jefferson, Trenton, MI 48183

Pet Types: cats, birds, dogs, reptiles, small animals

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4.9 miles

P.A.W.E.R - Providing Animals With Emergency Resources

2515 w. Jefferson, Trenton, MI 48183

Pet Types: cats, birds, dogs, reptiles, small animals

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9 miles

Friends for Animals of Metro Detroit

16121 Reckinger Rd., Dearborn, MI 48126

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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12.7 miles

Windsor/Essex County Humane Society

1375 Provincial Road, Windsor, ON N8W 5V8

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