Adopting a kitty
The Cat Practice often has adoptable cats and kittens in our lobby. We are in adoption satellite of Oakland Pet Adoption Center in Auburn Hills. All cats and kittens up for adoption have been socialized, vaccinated, dewormed, negative for internal parasites, tested for feline leukemia and FIV, and are typically spayed or neutered (exceptions are kitten that are too young). Our adoption fee is $75 goes to the cats’ care and allows us to keep our adoption program running.
You can find more cats at Oakland Pet Adoption Center at 1700 Brown Rd. (between Lapper Rd/M-24 and Jocelyn Rd.) or call them at 248-391-4100 or go to http://www.oakgov.com/petadoption/
We also support Kitty City, located in Pet Supplies Plus on Telegraph Rd. north of Square Lake Rd. in Bloomfield Hills. Kitty City is a free-roaming adoption center in which cats can interact naturally with other cats and humans. See more about Kitty City.
KEEP IN MIND THAT AS MANY AS 40% OF PETS SURRENDERED TO RESCUES AND SHELTERS ARE PUREBREDS. So your chances of adopting your ideal pet are very high.
You can also go to http://www.petfinder.com. Petfinder features THOUSANDS of pets up for adoption in all 50 states. Simply plug in the type of pet you are looking for along with your zip code and the site will generate photos of available pets that meet your criteria along with the location of the rescue groups that are caring for them. Petfinder is an excellent resource for anyone looking for a new family member. It’s also a great way to identify LOCAL RESCUE GROUPS for anyone interested in volunteering or supporting them.