THEN.....READ THE POLICIES BELOW BEFORE SUBMITTING AN APPLICATION
PAWS adopts out kittens in pairs, or adopts to a home with another young kitty (3 yrs or so). Applications for single kittens will not be considered, and due to the number of kittens in 2021* we will not be able to respond if you request a single kitten only.
*due to COVID & lack of spay/neuter in 2020, rescues are slammed with 2021 kittens.
Here is why we adopt in pairs -- this is the best article we have found to explain:
Meg was found approaching food at a feral colony near several apartments, the first kitten seen there in years!!
Meg was alone, no other kittens or momcat showed up to eat. She was scared after being outside, we are sure she was dumped there.
Meg is now safe in foster care - she has been around other cats, young children, and a gentle dog.
She is a total sweetheart, loves to play (see her video!) and as you see, she will pose for the camera!!!
Meg is fixed, vaccinated, tested, and is ready to go!
STEPS TO APPLY FOR A KITTY:
If you are interested in adopting, please go to www.pawsfla.com and click on the Adoption Policy menu, from there you will find the online application link.
The adoption process typically goes as follows: - you submit an application - foster mom reviews, and will contact you by email - upon approval, foster mom will coordinate an adoption location/time.... or your deposit to hold young kittens - foster mom will email, call or text to coach as needed to help integrate your new kitty
Foster Mom: Mona at firstname.lastname@example.org
Videos of Meg:
Other Pictures of Meg (click to see larger version):