Looking for a fuzzy new friend? Here are some furbabies available for adoption.
This pretty girl is named Breezy. She is most definitely a people kitty and will greet you with cuddles and purrs. She arrived declawed and is looking for an inside home with no other cats (she doesn't like to share the litter box) or dogs. She can also be overly-affectionate with babies, but is fantastic with people.
Her adoption donation is $75 which helps to cover the cost of her feline leukemia test, age-appropriate vaccinations, dewormer, flea/tick preventative, and microchip (with lifetime registration). For more information, please contact Loving Paws Adoption Center at 573-736-2088 or email us at email@example.com
Harriot is a tricolor Coonhound weighing in at just over 50 lbs. She was found loitering around the Crocker school district so she was hauled in by the Crocker PD. Aside from this fact, sweet Harriot is a gentle soul. She can usually be found lounging on her cot, staring out the window to the doggy door (very likely daydreaming about her new home.) Harriot loves to go on walks and uses that time to smell the flowers and do her business. Harriot also loves the chow here in the shelter and is quick to let us know when it's mealtime.
Harriot's adoption donation is $120 which helps cover the cost of her spay, vaccinations, heartworm test, heartworm/flea/tick prevention, and lifetime microchip. For more information or to meet this gentle lady, please call Loving Paws at 573-736-2088 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sweet Yama came to us as a small kitten. Her mom and littermates were dumped in a laundry basket on the side of a building (with a bag of cat food...). She is the last of her group left; now about 1 year old, she has been at the shelter for most of her young life. She is so sweet, unassuming, and low-key. She is best buddies with Steven and would LOVE to be adopted with him. She needs to be in a house with a kitty companion! She does fine with respectful kids who visit the shelter. She has not been dog tested. Yama's adoption fee is $75 which helps cover her spay, microchip, agre-appropriate vaccinations, Leukemia & FIV testing, dewormer & flea prevention. PLEASE consider adopting Yama & Steven together for a discounted rate of $125*. Yama is available through KITTEN DIVISION ADOPTION CENTER <3
*For the month of June, Kitten Division is having an adoption special... two cats for $99!
KITTEN DIVISION ADOPTION CENTER is the only adoption center and rescue in Pulaski County dedicated solely to the abandoned, neglected, and injured cats in our community. We are located at 996 C Missouri Avenue, St. Robert, MO 65584. You can reach us by phone at 573-336-3939, or stop by during our business hours, 2-6pm daily.