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There’s A Cat For That

At the SPCA, we know that, just like people, cats come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and personalities. While many are suited to a traditional indoor home, there are others who require different arrangements to be happy. We’re not just talking about feral cats, though they are certainly included. We’re also talking about cats who may have troubles consistently using a litter box or have too much energy to be content being confined to the house. Some of these cats can be quite social while others will want little or no contact with people.

We believe there is a suitable home for each of these cats, no matter what their preferences may be. It may not fit the traditional definition of “home” but at the SPCA, whatever your situation, we believe there’s a cat for that.

 

Have you ever said…

“I own a small business. It would be so nice to have company in the store when I’m there.”

Well, there’s a cat for that.

“The pastor at my church has mentioned that he’d love some company but doesn’t want the cat to come home with him at night. If only it could stay in the office.”

There’s a cat for that.

“The nursery where I buy bird seed can’t seem to keep the mice away. I bet having a cat would help.”

There’s a cat for that.

“I can’t have a cat indoors because of my allergies, but I have a large property off the road where one might be happy.”

There’s a cat for that.

“What is a barn without a barn cat?”

There’s a cat for that.

What we’re saying is, try us! Whatever your atypical situation may be, there’s probably a deserving cat that would love to make your situation his/her home. Let us help you find them!

 

How do I find the right cat for my situation?

First, tell us about your situation and your preferences by filling out this adopter survey. Paper copies are available at the SPCA’s Pet Adoption Center, or you can print it at home to fill out and bring with you to the Adoption Center. Then you’ll need to stop by the SPCA to speak with an adoption counselor about choosing a cat and acclimating them to their new home. For hours and directions to the Pet Adoption Center, click here.