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.
Milo is a short-haired dark tabby with white. He is about 8 months old. He’s a big boy for his age and likely will continue to grow. He was recently returned to allergies in the home. He’s very friendly and seems to love everyone he meets. He’s loving and attentive to people when they come into the room. He’s fairly mellow and gentle and has lots of love to offer. He was used to going indoors and outdoors in his previous home but seems content to be indoors. He is great with his roommates and is very cat-friendly. Not much bothers him and he gets along with even the more assertive, dominant kitties by leaving them alone. Per his previous adopter, he is good with dogs and kids. We recommend bringing in your family to meet him prior to adoption to ensure it’s a good fit for Milo and you. He’s the sweetest boy who is ready to find his forever family. Stop in and meet him today!
Note - we will update his picture very soon! This one was taken shortly after he was returned and was still adjusting.
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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