Did you know PALS has a sponsorship program?! This program helps cats that are unadoptable or less adoptable get the long-term care they need with us. Here at PALS, we are truly NO KILL--this means that we will do everything in our power to keep the cats in our care as healthy and happy as possible as long as they are with us, and we need your help to do that!
Who can sponsor?
Anyone that loves cats and wants to help. Maybe you can't have a cat at your home or maybe the cat you already have says you can't have another - you can still help! By sponsoring a cat or cats that live at PALS you can directly help provide for their care. You will be assigned a specific cat/cats and get quarterly updates on their progress!
Why would you want to join?
Here at PALS, we house 130-200 cats at any given time. As many as 1/3 of those can be considered "unadoptable" or less adoptable due to age, personality or health. On average a healthy cat costs us about $3,233.90 per year to care for - many of these cats also have health conditions that require additional costs each year!
PALS receives no government funding, and we depend entirely on adoption fees, donations and fundraisers to keep our doors open and continue to do what we do. If you want to sponsor one of more of these cats just contact us here on Facebook, by phone at 207-395-4274, by email at email@example.com
Delores is a 7 year old spayed female that came to PALS in 2021. She is FIV + and feral. She also suffers from dental disease and is waiting in line for a dental procedure. Here at PALS we feel very strongly about keeping FIV + cats indoors. Delores is looking for a closed shop or basement to work in.
Delores is considered unadoptable until after her dental procedure.
Jameson is a 2 year old neutered male that came to PALS in Feb 2023. He is a very sweet boy but he is FIV + and he does suffer from chronic eye issues that require frequent medication to keep under control. Adopters should familiarize themselves with FIV before considering adoption an FIV + cat.
Jameson is considered difficult to adopt but he is available to the right home.
Princess is an 8.5 year old spayed female that has been at PALS since 2017. Once upon a time she was someone's house cat but as long as she has been with us she has been completely untouchable. She is an indoor cat and has no desire to go outside so that makes her very difficult to adopt out.
Princess is considered difficult to adopt but is available to a very special home if anyone is interested.
Bonnie is a 12.5yo spayed female that has been living at PALS since 2018. She can have a bad attitude at times when she isn't handled exactly the way she likes, and she does suffer from significant anxiety and severe osteoarthritis. Bonnie takes an anxiety medication daily that helps keep her much happier and she is on injections for pain control for her arthritis.
Bonnie is considered difficult to adopt but she is adoptable to the right home if anyone is interested.
Fir is a 3 yo neutered male. Fir came to PALS in March of 2022 from a rescue group we work with in New York. He is looking for a working home.
Fir is considered difficult to adopt but is available to the right barn, basement or shop!
Blanche is a 2 yo spayed female. She came to PALS in December 2022 from a rescue we work with in New York. She is a feral cat looking for a working home. Blanche lost her right eye due to a severe infection, but it doesn't slow her down one bit.
Blanche is a 2yo spayed female. She came to PALS in December 2022 from a rescue we work with in New York. She is a feral cat looking for a working home. Blanche lost her right eye due to a severe infection, but it doesn't slow her down one bit.
Peekaboo is a 1yo spayed female that came to us with kittens in November 2022. Her kittens have long been adopted but Peekaboo remains extremely scared and largely untouchable.
Peekaboo is considered difficult to adopt but is available to the right home.
Whiskars is a nearly 4yo spayed female that was surrendered to us in June of 2022. She has been largely unhandlable since she got here but she is slowly beginning to trust people.
Whiskars is considered difficult to adopt but she is available to the right home.
Rusty II is a nearly 4yo spayed female that came to PALS in June of 2022 from a rescue in New York. She is a feral cat and is looking for a working home.
Rusty is considered difficult to adopt and but she is available to the right barn, shop or basement.
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