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.
Paisley is a short-haired tuxedo who is approximately a year old. She has lots of sass and attitude in all the best ways. She’s similar to a sour candy at times and we love that about her. First she’s sour then she’s sweet. Even during her playful moments, she’s very gentle and well behaved. She will bap or swat without any claws or force when she’s feeling playful. She was initially aggressive (growled and stalked) to the cats in the room when she was first introduced and would need to be closely monitored to ensure there were no issues with other kitties in your home. She is quite cat selective and seems to prefer certain cats over other cats. She doesn’t do great with very dominant cats or overly submissive cats who allow her to bully them. Per a friend of her previous owner, she has experience with dogs and kids (younger and older). She’s got lots of energy and needs an outlet to run this energy off. She’s used to being indoor/outdoor so she might want to be indoor/outdoor in an adopted home. She’s ready to find her new forever family and provide you with endless entertainment. Stop in today to meet her!
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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