DON'T MISS OUR CAT ADOPT-A-THON EVENT ON OCTOBER 11-12, 2008. CAT AND KITTEN ADOPTION FEES ARE REDUCED FROM NOW UNTIL OCTOBER 12TH!
Johnny was 8-10 weeks old when he came to the shelter as a stray. He was clearly injured, and was taken straight to a veterinarian’s office, where it was discovered that his femur was broken. The veterinarian placed a pin in the leg to help it to heal, and as of 9/30 the leg had healed and the pin was removed. Johnny is happy, energetic, and friendly, and will do well with almost any family!
Important note regarding meeting kittens: If you stop at the shelter for a visit, we may or may not have adoptable kittens in our adoptable cat room. Our foster kittens are not housed in the shelter, and many are not quite ready to go home yet. We have resumed our practice of bringing 1-2 litters of foster kittens that are ready (or nearly ready) for a new home into the shelter for Saturday visits. If you want to know what kittens will be visiting on a particular day, please email firstname.lastname@example.org We are also more than happy to arrange special visits, either at the foster home or the shelter, with approved applicants deciding whether a particular kitten is right for them. Please visit www.lakelandanimalshelter.org/spotties.html for our online adoption application.
To see larger photos, to see photos of even more of our >150 cats, or to fill out our adoption application online, please visit our website at www.lakelandanimalshelter.org. Please note that it is our shelter's policy to spay or neuter all dogs and cats before placing into an adoptive home unless there is a documented medical reason the surgery cannot be performed. If a posted cat is listed as spayed/neutered, the surgery has been performed or will be performed before the animal is placed in its new home.