All of our cats and kittens are viewable on Petfinder. You can contact us through Petfinder directly or call us at 231-773-3030 or email us at email@example.com.
If you see a cat/kitten you just have to meet reach out to us sooner than later as we cannot promise any of our cats/kittens will remain available. Thank you for adopting!
Our Events give us an opportunity to highlight our shelter. We love meeting and educating the public and finding forever homes for our cats. If you have any questions feel free to reach out to us on Facebook, call us or send us an email.
Bingo nights at Select Auditorium
1445 E Laketon Ave, Muskegon, MI 49442
Nightly games at 6:00pm more times listed below
Nightly games starting at 6 PM. Thursday and Friday morning game at 10 AM. Sunday morning game at 11 AM. Electronic & progressive bingo & charity game instant win tickets.
5239 Harvey St, Norton Shores, MI 49444
Saturday and Sundays 12 PM – 3 PM
We have cats and kittens available for adoption on the weekends! All of our cats are spay/neutered, updated on vaccinations (Rabies included if 4 months or older), microchipped and dewormed and on flea prevention.
Our 2020 Community Impact
All of our cats are in community rooms with other cats. However, not every cat has been socialized with children or dogs. For more information on a specific cat – Click here to visit our Petfinder page or contact us.
Yes. all of our cats are spayed/neutered and tested for FIV/FeLV before they are eligible for adoption. You can see what is included by visiting our adoption page.
We understand that sometimes things just don’t work out. No worries! Just reach out to us on Facebook, Email, or call us and we will arrange a time to meet with you.
Adoptions typically happen on the same day! Bring a carrier with you please. Don’t have one? That is okay too. We can lend you one of ours but please know we will require a $20 holding fee. When the carrier comes back we will reimburse you.
Yes! All of our cats are litter box trained. If you adopt one of our cats and they stop using the litter box, call your veterinarian right away as this can be a sign of an illness. Here is an excellent article on the topic.
Slowly! First impressions are important even when it comes to cats. Cats can be territorial and when a new cat comes in unannounced many negative behavioral issues can start. Here is an article with more information on the steps you should take when bringing in a new family member.
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