In order to help out our local shelters, who have struggled with extremely large numbers of cats needing help, we have moved many homeless animals into our rescue.
This weekend only, all adult cats at our Petco Irondequoit adoption center will have an adoption fee of only $25 for approved applicants!
These cats are all very friendly, and need a loving forever home. They are spayed/neutered, dewormed, flea treated, up to date on vaccinations- the works! Finding a wonderful home is the only thing left to be done.
Browse some of these wonderful animals on the page we’ve set up for them at http://www.rescued-treasures.com/adoptcenter/ and then click the APPLY NOW link below their profile to submit an application.
We will be at Petco at 2255 East Ridge Road, Irondequoit, NY 14622 this Saturday from 11-3 to answer questions about the kitties and discuss who might be a great fit for your home!
Rescued Treasures Pet Adoptions is a 501c3 non-profit pet rescue run solely by volunteers who have a passion to help society’s abandoned cats and dogs. Each year in the United States 3-4 million dogs and cats are euthanized in shelters. While Rescued Treasures Pet Adoptions cannot solve this problem, we have dedicated ourselves to saving as many as we can.
Each rescued pet that comes into Rescued Treasures has been saved from either a kill shelter or an owner who could no longer take care of him/her. Rescued Treasures takes the time to get each pet fully vetted to ensure that the pet is healthy. The pet is then placed in a loving and devoted foster home who cares for and trains him/her to become wonderful companions for his/her forever adoptive family.
Everyone can help control the number of pets that are euthanized every year. One way is by spaying or neutering their pets. Another way is by fostering or adopting the pets that end up homeless. Rescued Treasures Pet Adoptions is always looking for more dedicated and loving foster homes for its homeless pets. It is one of the most heartwarming things in the world to look in the eyes of a dog, cat, puppy, or kitten that you saved from dying…they will forever be grateful that you cared enough to help them when no one else did.