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Simply Cats Adoption Center

Simply Cats' mission is to care for, protect, and find quality homes for the cats entrusted to us; to reduce cat overpopulation through spaying and neutering; and to provide educational community outreach programs promoting the humane treatment of all animals.The following are the principles that we abide by:No-Kill: We do not euthanize for space, but we will euthanize if a cat is suffering and there is no reasonable hope of improvement. All decisions to euthanize a cat will be made by the shelter management team. Shelter: We provide a place of protection and refuge, where a cat can live comfortably until it is adopted or lives out its life. Cagelessness: After a cat is deemed ready for adoption by our veterinarian, it will be housed in a room with other cats. The only time a cat will be caged is during its intake isolation period, if it is or becomes ill or injured, or for the safety of other cats. Care: We deal with individual cats, not statistics. Each cat will be provided with a high quality of life, including: All necessary and recommended medical care Fresh food and water Clean, attractive and sanitary housing Appropriate number of litterboxes Sufficient space to live, play and sleep comfortably Access to private space Fresh air and sunlight Activities and toys for physical and mental stimulation Daily human interaction Dignity and respect Spay or Neuter: We spay or neuter each cat before it goes into a new home, unless otherwise recommended by our veterinarian Respect: Every person who comes into the Simply Cats Adoption Center is treated with respect, regardless of the reason for visiting.

Boise, ID,83709
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Email: [email protected]

Phone Number: (208) 343-7177

Website: http://www.simplycats.org

Treat

Domestic Short Hair | Payette County, ID

SeniorMaleMediumBlack and White

About

Vaccination

Current

House Trained

Yes

Meet Treat

My Feline-ality™ is "Leader of the Band!" I'm a cat who does everything in a big way. I not only like to be in the middle of things--I like to lead the parade. I'm an adventurous cat, but I'll still make plenty of time to show you my affectionate side. I'm the demonstrative type, you might say. Want a cat who's brimming with confidence? That's me.   All cats adopted from Simply Cats have: had initial vaccinations been microchipped had a veterinary exam been tested for FIV/FeLV been spayed or neutered been dewormed  

Adoption Process
Adoption Fees are as follows: Kittens Under 1 Year of Age: $75.00 Adults Ages 1-6: $65.00 Seniors 7 Years and Older: $25.00 No discounts. Adoption contract is required. Families are highly encouraged to keep cats indoors, up to date on vaccines, and not to declaw.

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