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Once we receive your adoption form, our procedure is to
confirm your references and contact you by e-mail and telephone message
with shelter directions and adoption hours.
ADOPTION HOURS FOR CONFIRMED APPLICATIONS:
OPEN HOURS TUESDAY EVENING
SATURDAY AFTERNOONS 1PM-4PM
Click on the image to find out where shelter cats come from!
We have a tremendous selection of
cats and kittens
of all shapes, sizes and breeds. You are certain to find the
kitty who is purrfect for you at the shelter.
Check out this
slideshow of all the sweet souls at the shelter who are waiting for
forever homes... Photographed and created by our fantastic Volunteer Uli.
All of our cats/kittens are fixed, tested for FeLV/FIV, wormed,
and treated with Advantage so that our shelter remains flea
free, receive rabies and distemper shots and are treated for ear mites, if
If you have an interest in adopting from our shelter
then please read our
Adoption Policies. If you agree with the policies,
click here to fill out our online adoption form
to get the process started.
We always respond first to the people who fill out the
online adoption form. The comment section on the form is the
place to put your individual questions and any specific preferences.
Our adoption fees are $110.00 for adults up to 5 years, cats 9 years
and older are part of our seniors for seniors program and are only $5.00. $135.00 for kittens
up to 1 year, exotic kittens and cats $160, purebred kittens and
The web site does not give out exact directions to the shelter,
just an area map. When we set up our adoption time with you,
we will email you specific directions to the shelter.
Here's a new way to see ALL of our Available Cats and Kittens
just as they are listed on Petfinder.
Kalb - female - 1 year
Kalb #1 - female - 6½ months
** SPECIAL NEEDS: FeLV+ **
WE ARE HOUSED SEPERATELY FROM THE REGULAR POPULATION AT THE SHELTER
Hi there, we are Kalb and Kalb #1. We arrived at the shelter
together as mother and nursing kitten. Shortly after arriving here
it was determined that Kalb #1 was FeLV+ (positive for feline
leukemia) and that her mother Kalb, although coming up negative on
the blood test for FeLV, was likely a carrier of feline leukemia.
Feline Leukemia is a retrovirus, similar to AIDS in humans, that is
species specific- meaning it cannot be transferred to humans and
other non-feline animals. It is important that we go to a home with
no other kitties, current or incoming, as FeLV is contagious to
other cats through bodily fluids. Many people think FeLV cats are
sick and dying and have no quality of life but the reality is that
felines who are positive for the virus can remain healthy for months
or years after their diagnosis. Some cats can live to be 10 to 15
years old if they are diagnosed as an adult. Unfortunately the virus
can be harder on kittens than adults as most kittens succumb to the
disease before their second birthday. Even though the virus can be
harsh on kittens, this does not mean their lives are without worth.
Whatever length their life ends up being, their time can be
joy-filled. With an FeLV+ kitty additional veterinary care may be
required since the virus weakens a cat's immune system, making them
more susceptible to illnesses. The donation fee that is being asked
for us is solely to cover the cost of our spay surgeries done while
at the shelter. If you are looking to open your home and heart up to
give two wonderful kitties a good, fulfilled life then look no
further- we're the gals for you! ... Below is some more information
about FeLV+ kitties:
**WE ARE BONDED AND MUST GO HOME TOGETHER**
Donation Fee: $135.00 (for the pair)
to see more photos of the kittens
Fund Raising, Donations and Sponsorships
We're making it easier for you to help out the shelter
by allowing you to now make online donations. We
have been using PayPal for many years and they are
secure and safe. If your company has a
matching gifts program, please take advantage of
it to increase any donation you make to the shelter.
We qualify as a registered non-profit organization.
This is one way to make your gift go twice as far.
PBS is a registered 501(c)3 tax-exempt
organization. Our Federal ID number is 22-3117579
a Pet Door and we can get a donation!
HALE Pet Doors Rescue Rewards Program: customers who let
them know that they adopted a pet and saved a life receive
10 percent off the cost of their pet door order. You are
asked which rescue group or shelter you would like to
receive a donation from us for that same 10 percent amount. Download
the Rescue Rewards Coupon HERE or click on their logo to
go directly to their website.
We are in great need of
reliable volunteers to help
with cleaning and other duties involved with the care of the kitties
at the shelter. We currently need
volunteers mornings from 9am to 11am and nights from 5pm to 7pm
(some of these times are flexible). Please fill out the
ASAP! Your help would be greatly appreciated!
We are in great need of
volunteers at the following times:
Monday 9am-Noon (Weekly)
Tuesday 9am-Noon (Weekly)
Thursday 9am-Noon (Weekly)
Friday 9am-Noon (Weekly)
Check us out on...
Pat Brody Shelter for Cats
We have created Wish Lists on
To buy a gift from the WalMartWish List:
- View the Wish List at
2. Choose an item from the Wish List.
3. Add the item to your cart.
4. Check out and have the item shipped to us or to
yourself for in-person events.
Free shipping for orders over $50 or more!
"LOW COST SPAY/NEUTER SERVICES FOR CATS"
The Catmobile package is $80.00
for a male neuter, $100 for a female spay. The pacakge
includes EXAM, SPAY/NEUTER, FLEA TREATMENT and RABIES
Clinton Veterinary Hospital costs:
$70 Neuter, $90 Spay, $15 Rabies
and $20 Distemper.
Book a veterinary appointment with Vetary and give back to a pet shelter in need!