Sir Boris (aka Buffy Boy) will fool you. Seemingly shy at first, he melts when he gets on your lap and settles in for head rubs. In fact, he'll actually choose your lap over food when he greets you in the morning! Sir Boris was a stray cat whose friendliness wasn't detected until after he was ear tipped as a community cat. The person that was feeding him was moving away and we hated to return him to his outdoor home, adjacent to a busy highway, not knowing if anyone would continue to feed him. Finding a home for Sir Boris, rather than turning him loose, became imperative when a trip to the vet (where he was reportedly very well behaved) revealed that he is FIV positive. Therefore, he definitely needs to stay inside and get regular check ups at the vet. Sir Boris remains calm around other cats, so if you have an FIV-positive cat that needs a buddy, or if you don't have any other cats and want an indoor lap cat, Sir Boris is your guy.
Our policy is only to adopt bonded kittens together. This bond will help the kittens adjust to their new home because they have the comfort and friendship of each other. Even if there are other pets in the home, this bond will continue. While single kittens that are not bonded with another kitten from their litter or foster home may be adopted, there must also be another cat in the new home under the age of two. Adopting two kittens is always recommended because a kitten left alone during the day can become lonely and bored, which sometimes can lead to mischief.
Interested in adopting? Click the following link to complete a pre-adopt application:
https://fayettehumane.org/adopt/catapplication/For full details about ADOPTING, please visit our Adoption Guide (https://fayettehumane.org/adoption-information/adoption-guide/).
All our dogs are tested for heartworms, spayed/neutered, up-to-date on age appropriate vaccines and flea prevention.
Cats are tested for FLV/FIV when age appropriate, as kittens tested at an age less than 16 weeks tends to lead to unreliable results. All our cats are spayed/neutered, up-to-date on age appropriate vaccines and flea prevention.