We are a non-profit animal shelter ran by animal loving volunteers. We are a no kill shelter. We spay and neuter all our pets before adopting out. Our goal here is to return lost pets to their owners, find homes for those who have none, and promote compassionate treatment of animals everywhere.
Meet two special boys who have taken months to blossom into the loving kittens they are now. They are 7 months old. They were found as 6-week-old kittens who were feral and starving. It took months to socialize them and nurse them back to health. We aren’t sure how long they would take to adjust to a new home environment but it would depend on the type of home environment. They have all been neutered, given two shots, and treated for fleas and ticks. Kids would depend on the individual kid so we recommend bringing in your kids to meet them before adoption. They are good with cats and love every cat they meet. Read more about their personalities below!
Caesar is a long-haired orange and white who is darker in color. He has orange on his face whereas Ranch doesn’t. He’s a handsome guy who has lots of love to offer if you let him adjust to you. He is more reserved than Curry and Chili but has come out of his shell and started to show off his amazing personality. He might take a little longer in a new home but it’s hard to say. He loves to rub and get attention when he is feeling affectionate.
Ranch is a long-haired orange and white male who is lighter in color. Ranch has no orange on his face and Caesar does. Ranch took the longest of them all to adjust to and accept people. He was very hissy and reactive for the longest time. He can still be reactive if you startle him so we recommend letting him come to you and not cornering him. He has started coming out and greeting people. It’s hard to tell what he would do with kids, especially younger kids who might be more chaotic or grab him causing him to react negatively (bite/scratch). He’s blossoming into a great pet who has all the love to offer to you if you let him get to know you.
Our prices are
Kitties 0-4 months - $80
5 months -7 Yrs. - $70
8 Yrs. Plus - $25
++ For the safety of the cat, please bring a carrier. A cardboard carrier is available for a $5.00 donation. ++
Please stop in or call us today -
Pet Adoption League
1526 N. Washington Avenue
Emmett, ID 83617
We are Open:
o Monday 10 am - 2 pm
o Tuesday 10 am - 2pm
o Wednesday 12 pm - 5 pm
o Thursday 1 pm - 3 pm
o Friday 10 am - 2 pm
o Saturday 11 am - 3 pm
Adoption Process We have a 1 page adoption form. We do home visits on all of our dogs. Our adoption fee is $80.00 for dogs and $50.00 for cats. That includes spay/neuter and vaccines.
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