BCS Spay holds adoption events Saturday afternoons 2ish-5pm at the College Station Petsmart on University Drive (back by the cat litter).
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All our cats and kittens needing homes are spayed/neutered and microchipped for identification. They are up-to-date on vaccinations for rabies and FVRCP. Most are good with other cats but have not been around dogs or children (unless noted).
Adoption fees range from $50 for adult cats over a year old to $100 for kittens under six months old. We include some extra goodies such as soft-sided carriers, bowls, nail clippers, and a few toys with adoptions (while supplies last).
Reply to this post for our adoption application or apply at the adoption event. Planning to attend Saturday, November 18 are:
- Tako, a white/black male kitten around 5 months old,
- McDuff, a brown tabby male kitten around 7 months old,
- Gatsby, an orange male kitten around 9 months old,
- Granger, an orange/white male cat around 1 year old,
- Lexus, a fluffy black/white female cat around 2 years old.
Others available for individual meetings with an approved application (some might attend future adoption events):
- Gillian, a calico female kitten around 10 weeks old,
- Nikko, an orange/white male Manx kitten around 7 months old (needs a home with another cat, adoption pending),
- Susie & Rose, brown tabby and dilute torbie female kittens around 7 months old (prefer to be adopted together),
- Billie, a brown tabby/white male cat around 1 year old,
- Spookie, a shy, fluffy black male cat around 1 year old,
- Peanut, an orange female cat around 3 years old (hard to get in a carrier),
- Charlie Chaplin, a large black/white tuxedo male cat around 9 years old,
- Murphy, a grey/white female cat 9 years old,
- Winona, a spunky small black/white tuxedo female cat 9 years old,
- Newman, an orange/white male cat around 9 years old (special needs takes meds to help him pee/poop, OK with dogs).
We have a few more kittens who should be ready for adoption soon.
Or let us know if you are interested in fostering cats or kittens while they wait for forever homes. We provide supplies and pay for essential vet care. Fostering to adopt can be an option for kitties that are not ready to be adopted yet (due to needing to get fixed, treated for a medical issue, or better socialized).
We can provide information on low-cost spay/neuter options in our area for pets or outdoor community/feral cats.