All about cats

What age can cats be adopted

A cat can be adopted at any age, but when the cat is younger it’s important to know the cat will be able to adjust to a new home and lifestyle. Cats that are older will likely be less able to adjust to a new home and lifestyle.

What kind of environment do you foster?

We foster in a variety of environments and housing. We know that some cats have lived in apartments, apartments with central air, houses with no air conditioning, houses with no central air and houses with air conditioning. We are working on solutions to these issues and hope to be able to provide a nice, sustainable foster home for each cat.

What kind of adoption fees do you charge?

We have various adoption fees depending on the age and gender of the cat. The fees are based on a sliding scale. For example, for cats that are younger than two years we charge $35, for cats that are between two and four years we charge $50, for cats that are older than four years we charge $100.

What kind of bedding do you provide?

We provide all of the necessary bedding for each cat, including litter box liners, litter, and a food/water bowl. We also provide a nice clean litterbox and we provide daily scooping for our cats.

How often do you foster?

We foster cats on a regular basis. We foster cats that come to us in need of a home and also foster cats that we need to find new homes for.

What kind of medical care do you provide?

Our cats are spayed and neutered. We also provide medical care if needed.

Do you have any special requirements?

We do require that all fosters be able to provide basic care for a cat, including cleaning litter boxes and providing food and water.

What kind of personality do you foster?

We foster cats that are friendly, outgoing, and fun. We foster cats that are playful, curious, and loving. We foster cats that are sweet and loving. We foster cats that are mellow and quiet. We foster cats that are a little nervous and timid. We foster cats that are curious, playful, and outgoing.

How do I get in contact with your organization?

You can fill out the application on our website, or you can call us at 781-809-0132.

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