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Available for Adoption

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                     Mo
       

 

                    Meet Mo!

Male, 3.5 month old

Neuter: June 21st

Up to date on vaccines as f June 2

Enjoys playing with his siblings, chasing and wrestling.

He had no issues being introduced to the resident cats in his foster home.

Very social butterfly and typical orange tabby!

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                        Zo
           

 
             Sugar
*Adoption Pending*
 
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                    Meet Zo!

Male, 3.5 month old

Neuter: June 21st

Up to date on vaccines as f June 2

Enjoys playing with his siblings, chasing and wrestling.

He had no issues being introduced to the resident cats in his foster home.

Very social butterfly!

             Duke
*Not available yet*
 
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                   Anthony
           *Not available yet*

 
                   Collin
           *Not available yet*

 
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Adoption Application

                                                                        Adoption Process

Please note that our adoption process has a general template, which starts with a telephone interview once your application has been reviewed by our team and the foster family. During the interview, we will discuss the animal more in detail. The next step consists of a meet and greet with all members of the family, a member of our team and the foster family. The fosters are heavily involved in the process as they know the animal best, and can answer any question. Following this step, we call references before coordinating a trial run, and then we finalize the adoption. 

We do this to ensure a smooth transition for the animal, and to ensure that the adoption is the proper fit. We appreciate the adopters' time, patience and understanding. 

Adoption fees

Fees include a wellness exam, core vaccines, spay/neuter and microchip. Strays that are taken into care also receive blood work upon intake, as well as dewormer. Please note that all vetting is conducted at our partner veterinarian clinic. Animals that are too young to be spayed/neutered are adopted under foster to adopt, with a signed contract, stating that the adoption will not be finalized until the spay/neuter has been done by our vet clinic. 

Please also note: kittens must be 12 weeks or older in order to get their second booster vaccines, and they must be 16 weeks or older in order to get their third/ last booster vaccines and the rabies vaccine. If we adopt a kitten before they are 12 and 16 weeks old, it is be the adopter’s responsibility to cover the second and/or third booster and rabies vaccine. 

 

Puppy: 600$ (up to 12 months)                              Kitten (up to 12 months): 275$    Adult dog: 550$ (1-7 years)                                     Adult feline ( 1 - 8 years) : 225$ 
Senior dog: 475$ (8+ years)                                     Senior feline: 200$

                                           *Bonded kittens are 500$*
                                              

 

                                            How to apply:

If you are interested in any of our animals listed, please fill out an adoption application below and e-mail our team at:

     
                                      pawswacause@gmail.com

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