Adopt-A-Cage

Give that special person, or even yourself a gift to enjoy all year long. It's easy to do and custom designed by you. The Purr-fect Cat Shelter Adopt-A-Cage program allows you to adopt a cage at the shelter to support with as little as $5 a month. Each month you'll receive the monthly pledge reminder along with a picture of the cat currently "visiting" the cage. If you adopt a cage as a gift for someone, you will receive the monthly pledge reminder, and the photo of the resident kitty will be mailed to the person receiving your gift. Your gift is also tax deductible.

Here's what to do:
1) Click here or call the Message Center 508-533-5855 for an application
2) Choose your favorite cage number
3) Fill out the application
4) Choose the amount of your monthly contribution ($5 minimum please)
5) Send in your application and pledge money!

Adopt-A-Cage is a wonderful way to show the kitties that they are loved, no matter where they live. Don't wait, send in those pledges now!

ADOPT-A-CAGE PLEDGE!

To participate, fill out the form found on this page and return it with your first check. Indicate the number of the cage you wish to adopt and the amount of your monthly contribution.

Let's count down 22 of these fascinating Purr-fect Cat Shelter Cats!

(Click on the cat's picture to view a larger picture of the cat.)

CAGE 22
 
Hope Kitten, S/F. This adorable kitten was found as a stray and spent some time in foster care to help get more social with people. She is now at the shelter and is making strides in adjusting to the volunteers and activity at the shelter. She is gray and white, with distinctive markings. She loves to run around and play, chasing ping pong balls and toy mice and climbing up the cat perch to check out what’s happening outside. At this time we feel she would do best in an adult home or home with older children.
CAGE 21
 
Annabella Older Adult, S/F, DSH, Gray. Poor Annabella was surrendered to us when her owner passed away and unfortunately family members were allergic to cats. She is slowly adjusting to the shelter, but with love and attention from the volunteers we are already seeing her feel more comfortable and trusting us enough to seek out attention and petting. Annabella has gorgeous blue-gray fur that is as soft as a chinchilla. She would do best in an adult home as an only cat. This beautiful girl just wants to find a home again, where she can be a pampered pet and a loving companion.
CAGE 20
 
Rory Older Kitten, N/M, DSH, Black. Rory was a semi-feral stray trapped by a local Animal Control. While in Animal Control’s care, Rory became more receptive to human contact. PCS was asked to take him into our care to find him a forever home. We placed him in foster care where he made great strides and learned to be more trustful. After a few months at the foster home we felt he was ready for the next step and is now at the shelter to find a permanent home. He is still a bit shy but continues to make progress with the tremendous efforts of the volunteers working with him. Rory is very playful and can entertain himself (and anyone watching) for long periods of time. He loves the laser light too! Rory is a very handsome, all black, gold eyed, older kitten that would do best in an adult only home that will have patience while he adjusts to his new environment.
CAGE 19
 
Rico Kitten, N/M. This adorable kitten was found as a stray and spent some time in foster care to help get more social with people. He is now at the shelter and is making strides in adjusting to the volunteers and activity at the shelter. He is gray and white, with distinctive markings. He loves to run around and play, chasing ping pong balls and toy mice and climbing up the cat perch to check out what’s happening outside. At this time we feel he would do best in an adult home or home with older children.
CAGE 18
 
"Herbie" Young Adult, N/M, DSH, Brown Tiger with White. Herbie was picked up by a local Animal Control Officer after spending days at the back door of a restaurant begging for food. He was scanned for a microchip (none found) and held by the ACO waiting for someone to claim him. Sadly for Herbie no one called and he is now at PCS looking for his special home. He is friendly and seems to be doing well with the other cats in his room. Herbie should do well in a home with another non-aggressive animal.
CAGE 17
 
Simone Young Adult, S/F, DMH, Gray Tiger with White. Simone was picked up as a stray by a local Animal Control Officer and was held to see if anyone called to claim her. Since no one called missing her, she was placed into the shelter after being examined by a veterinarian, spayed and vaccinated. Since she is relatively new at the shelter we are still getting to know her. Simone did very well at her foster home but is still adjusting her new routine at the shelter. Her favorite toy is the laser which she loves to chase and will dance around the floor trying to catch it. We will provide more of an update as we give her the time she needs to get settled in.
CAGE 16
 
Flash Kitten, N/M, Black & White. Flash was born while in foster care shortly after Mom, Sweetie Pie , was surrendered to us. Flash, like mom, has very distinct black and white markings and is full of energy. He loves to play with any and all toys and let the volunteers hold them for a little cuddle time. Flash and his brother Archer are an adorable pair of kittens ready to bring fun and excitement to their new home.

CAGE 15
 
Scamper Young Adult, N/M, DSH, Black. Scamper was adopted from us about 4 years ago along with another kitten. He was originally one of 17 cats and kittens that we took in to find homes for. Unfortunately, he was just surrendered back to us because he was too active, in a playful way, for the other cat. It was causing stress for the other cat and for the family. Scamper is playful and energetic, is very loving and likes to be held. Scamper has an all-black, velvety fur coat, sleek body and very expressive eyes. He would be great in a home with children who would spend time playing with him to work off some of that energy. We also feel he may do well with a canine companion too. Scamper is sure to bring a lot of love and entertaining fun to any family that adopts him.
CAGE 14
 
Jessie Kitten, S/F. This adorable kitten was found as a stray and spent some time in foster care to help get more social with people. She is now at the shelter and is making strides in adjusting to the volunteers and activity at the shelter. She is gray and white, with distinctive markings. She loves to run around and play, chasing ping pong balls and toy mice and climbing up the cat perch to check out what’s happening outside. At this time we feel she would do best in an adult home or home with older children.
CAGE 13
 
Sweetie Pie
CAGE 12
 
Polly Young Adult, S/F, DSH, White & Gray. Polly was found along with June as strays living on the streets. They were cared for in foster care together while June raised her babies and are now looking for a warm loving home to call their own. Polly is a sweet, petite girl and is just a little shy until she gets to know you. She is such a pretty girl with her beautiful eyes and a shiny white and gray coat. Polly also loves the window perch where she is safe and happy being indoors. She is very bonded with June and we want them to be placed in a home together. This duo will be a great addition to an adult home or home with older children.
CAGE 11
 
Archer Kitten, N/M, Black & White. Flash was born while in foster care shortly after Mom, Sweetie Pie , was surrendered to us. Archer, like mom, has very distinct black and white markings and is full of energy. He loves to play with any and all toys and let the volunteers hold them for a little cuddle time. Archer and his brother Flash are an adorable pair of kittens ready to bring fun and excitement to their new home.

CAGE 10
 
Scamper Young Adult, N/M, DSH, Black. Scamper was adopted from us about 4 years ago along with another kitten. He was originally one of 17 cats and kittens that we took in to find homes for. Unfortunately, he was just surrendered back to us because he was too active, in a playful way, for the other cat. It was causing stress for the other cat and for the family. Scamper is playful and energetic, is very loving and likes to be held. Scamper has an all-black, velvety fur coat, sleek body and very expressive eyes. He would be great in a home with children who would spend time playing with him to work off some of that energy. We also feel he may do well with a canine companion too. Scamper is sure to bring a lot of love and entertaining fun to any family that adopts him.
CAGE 9
 
June Young Adult, S/F, DSH, Gray & White. June was found as a stray and has been cared for in foster care while raising her 5 adorable kittens. June has done her motherly duty and is now ready to venture on to her new home. She is a petite girl with cute gray and white markings. She’s very curious, playful and likes to talk to the volunteers. June was given to us along with another stray from the area Polly, and they have become very bonded and should be adopted together. They would make a great pair of young cats for an adult home or home with older children.
CAGE 8
 
Mia Adult, S/F, DLH, Orange and White. Mia and her housemate were given to a family member when their owner moved to FL. The cats were living outside with very little attention paid to them. The family member finally decided to give the cats up and that’s where we stepped in to help them find a new home. Mia saw the vet where she got a clean bill of health, received her updated vaccines and tested negative for both FIV and Feline Leukemia. Mia is now at the shelter and although she’s been through a lot she is adjusting to her new environment. Mia loves to be petted and groomed and we believe that with the right home and attention, Mia will make someone a wonderful pet. She would do best in a quiet adult home or in a home with older children and where she was with another cat she will probably do well with another, non- aggressive feline. All of us at the shelter would love to find this girl a stable, loving home.
CAGE 7
 
Sammy Adult, S/F, DSH, Tiger with white. Sammy and her sister Sara were originally living in a stressful family situation. A friend of the family took them in to try to help out but it wasn’t a good fit for them with the other cat in the house. Since it still wasn’t working for Sammy and Sara, they called to see if we could find new homes for them. Sammy is slowly making the adjustment to the shelter. The volunteers have been giving her extra love and attention which she is accepting and we are happy to see progress being made. She is a beautiful girl deserving of a quiet, stress free home to pass the time watching birds and squirrels from a window perch.
CAGE 6
 
"Jackson" Young Adult, N/M, Gray Tiger. Jackson was found as an un-neutered stray. He’s a very laid back, affectionate cat that has been enjoying the indoor life lying around in the cat beds in his room since arriving at the shelter. He has been to the veterinarian for an exam, neuter, testing and vaccines and is ready and waiting to meet his new family. He’s not a huge cat but is long with a handsome coat with gray tiger markings and gorgeous green eyes. Jackson seems to get along with other cats so we feel he should do well as a single cat or in a home with another feline companion. This awesome, loving boy will be a great addition to any family.
CAGE 5
 
"Snickers"
CAGE 4
 
"Snickers"
CAGE 3
 
Mia Adult, S/F, DLH, Orange and White. Mia and her housemate were given to a family member when their owner moved to FL. The cats were living outside with very little attention paid to them. The family member finally decided to give the cats up and that’s where we stepped in to help them find a new home. Mia saw the vet where she got a clean bill of health, received her updated vaccines and tested negative for both FIV and Feline Leukemia. Mia is now at the shelter and although she’s been through a lot she is adjusting to her new environment. Mia loves to be petted and groomed and we believe that with the right home and attention, Mia will make someone a wonderful pet. She would do best in a quiet adult home or in a home with older children and where she was with another cat she will probably do well with another, non- aggressive feline. All of us at the shelter would love to find this girl a stable, loving home.
CAGE 2
 
"Jackson" Young Adult, N/M, Gray Tiger. Jackson was found as an un-neutered stray. He’s a very laid back, affectionate cat that has been enjoying the indoor life lying around in the cat beds in his room since arriving at the shelter. He has been to the veterinarian for an exam, neuter, testing and vaccines and is ready and waiting to meet his new family. He’s not a huge cat but is long with a handsome coat with gray tiger markings and gorgeous green eyes. Jackson seems to get along with other cats so we feel he should do well as a single cat or in a home with another feline companion. This awesome, loving boy will be a great addition to any family.
CAGE 1
 
"Marnie" Adult, S/F, DSH, Black & White. Marnie was already spayed when she was picked up by a local Animal Control Officer. Having gone unclaimed and no calls for a missing cat fitting her description; it can only be assumed that she was “dumped” by her owner. Marnie is a very sweet girl but isn’t enjoying being around so many other cats. We are hoping to find a home with no young children and where she will be your one and only furry friend. Marnie has a white mark on her face in the shape of a diamond...she truly is a jewel!

Updated: August 12, 2018