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Our available cats, kittens and dogswill be shown on this page as soon as their evaluation and medical work is completed. In addition to their photos, we always try to include information about their backgrounds and history, especially if they have been rescued from less than ideal circumstances, and we suggest the kind of adoptive home where they might do best. Click on their picture or name to read more about them.
Cats or kittens with special needs, including those with minor health problems, those needing special pet parents, and those who might prefer life as a mouser in a safe barn with limited human contact are placed through the Foundation, and the petfinder listing will provide contact information.
Our adoption fee for 2010 is $65.00
In a typical year, The Sheena Foundation will find appropriate homes for no fewer than 200 cats and kittens.
Our Available Companions
All cats and kittens will have been thoroughly evaluated, spayed or neutered, and will have been wormed and had the shots appropriate to their age. They will also have been microchipped. Adult cats will be current on their shots for one year; kittens usually require two additional shots, which are the responsibility of the new pet parent. New pet parents also receive a book containing valuable information, coupons, specific medical data, something of the animalís history, and a discount certificate for a wellness check or a follow-up shot from the LaRue Veterinary Clinic, P.C. in Filer, Idaho which routinely cares for all the Sheena cats and kittens.
We screen our adoptive homes carefully, through interview and a detailed application, and we follow up with a letter or phone call several weeks after the adoption occurs. We look for stable homes with responsible adults, caring children or young people, a veterinarian of record, and evidence that the animal will be loved, supervised, and well cared for. Renters need to provide written statements from their landlords, together with a reference phone number, to ensure that the pet will be welcome. If the animal is to be given as a gift, we require evidence that the recipient is ready for the responsibility of a pet. We require a mailing address as well as the address of the physical location. Prospective pet parents need to be at least 18 years old; otherwise, the signature of a parent or guardian is required.
We never release animals for resale. If the adoption does not work out, we will take the animal back; however, in most cases, we do not refund the adoption donation.
Animals are adopted ďas isĒ. We cannot and do not guarantee the health of any of these pets. The Sheena Foundation, Ltd. will not provide any monetary assistance for any adopted animals. The adopter takes full monetary and medical responsibility for the animal.
Health and Medical