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In shelter Cat

Wayland, MI, 49348
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Gray & White
Coat length:
Dory is a shy and mischievous little sweetheart that loves to play, chat, and lay in the sun. She was rescued from a barn with her brothers Nemo and Bruce. Dory was the shyest of her litter and hid a lot after she was rescued, but eventually started to come out and sit near her foster, then she started PURRING when she saw her foster mama.  It took awhile to gain her trust but she now runs right out to greet her foster and is the loudest purr’er of the bunch!  She will do best in a home with adults and older children with a quieter household.  She will take a little time to get comfortable in her new home, but once she feels safe she will be a playful, chatty, lap-loving family member.

Dory will be fixed on August 8th and will be available a few days after, but is accepting applications now.


Kittens: $150, Adults: $100, Trained Emotional Support Cat: $250

Adoption fees includes: Spay/Neuter, deworming, feline distemper, and FIV/FeLV testing

We do not declaw our cats.

Our adoption process is unlike others.  We take time and have you come into the cats home where you can interact and find the right fit for you.  We specialize is pairing the right cat for your family and household needs. 

Most adopters come for one cat but leave with a different one that better matches cat and persons needs for a long term bond.  

Applications are processed in order they are received. It can take a couple weeks to get applications approved. We will contact you when your application is ready to move to adoptions. If Interested, please fill out an application here:

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  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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