Outcome of Cat Specials

At Pets without Parents we strive to find every animal a loving forever home, but there are some animals that seem to be overlooked. Three common types of animals that get overlooked are mother cats, older cats, and black cats and kittens. In order to encourage adopters to look at these animals, we have had special promotions, and they have had a great results!
 
Although the specials lower or eliminate the adoption fee, the rest of the adoption process is the same, so we are confident the animals are still going to wonderful homes. The specials simply get people talking about those particular animals and encourage people to meet them- and once people meet them, they are stuck!
 
Our two recent promotions have been:
 
The Black Cat Special
 
This promotion was 25% off one black cat or kitten or 50% off two black cats or kittens. We started this promotion back in the middle of July because the shelter was full of black cats and kittens. We had 14! Guess what? Everyone except 5 have been adopted! Although the special ends at the end of August, these cats and kittens still need homes! The remaining black cats and kittens include:
 
 
Female, domestic short hair/Bombay mix, about a year old  (In Foster, contact us if you would like to meet her!)
 
 Female, domestic short hair, over a year old- She’s  a mama!
 
Female, domestic short hair, 4-5 months old
 
 Male, domestic short hair, about 3-4 months old
 
Female, domestic short hair, 4-5 months old
 
Please help us find these beautiful animals homes. They may not have unusual markings, but they have amazing personalities and is easy to fall in love with any one of them!
 
Sponsored Cats
 
We asked our supporters (you guys!) to help us get some of our longer term and mother cats adopted by helping with the adoption fee. We asked for you guys to pay the adoption fee of these cats so tha people who wanted to adopt the cats could adopt them without paying a fee. Several people graciously stepped up to sponsor cats and we are very appreciative! Out of the sponsored cats one has gone home:
 
Veruca- A mother siamese/tabby mix. She was with us for almost 8 months before she went home. 
 
Several sponsored cats are still waiting to go home, including:
 
Eureka (ADOPTED!)-
This girl came to us as a mother as well. Her kittens have since been adopted and now Eureka is waiting for a home. She is a sweet girl and loves to lounge on your lap and enjoy being petted. Her eyes are a beautiful green and will just steal your heart. She is not completely comfortable at Pets wihout Parents so she may not come out to meet her at first, but if you call her or offer a treat she would love to come out to see you.
 
A beautiful calico, Tabitha came to us almost a year ago. She was found as a stray on the street. She is a fiesty girl and plays like a kitten. She is a lot of fun and would love to have a family to give her the attention she deserves. As you can tell from the picture, she is just a goofball! She is living in the cat treehouse because she doesn’t like being cooped up in a cage (who would blame her!)
 
Currently living in our cat condo, Cheyenne gets along with all the other cats she shares the room with. She is a beautiful, gentle gal. She is not as active as some of the other cats, but would make a great lap cat.  She’s just as sweet as can be.
 
Hannah Belle was rescued as a stray mom over a year ago. Her kittens have since been adopted and now Hannah Belle is living in the cat condo while she waits for her home. As a tabby, Hannah Belle may not have the most unique markings, but she has a striking personality. She is one of those cats that almost acts like a dog! She is sure to follow you around and still has a playful side.
 
This girl is a beautiful white cat with a spot on her head. She also has beautiful green eyes! She came to us as a mother as well, and is now waiting in the cat condo for her forever home. She is very loving and sweet and would make the perfect addition to any family.
 
Please share these cats so they can find their forever home!
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About petswithoutparents

Pets Without Parents, founded in June of 2001, is a non-profit, no-kill, all-breed shelter for dogs and cats. Our mission is to place every pet that enters our shelter into a loving, permanent home; to motivate our local community to support our shelter, its no-kill mission, and spay-neuter efforts through donation, volunteer, and adoption opportunities...until every pet goes home. We strive to create a community that nurtures and respects companion animals, and to someday see that every pet is loved. In order to create such a community, Pets Without Parents functions as a pet adoption shelter, carefully placing pets into forever homes. Additionally, we do everything in our power to reduce the pet overpopulation. Every pet is spayed or neutered before going to his or her new home. We can only accomplish our mission by educating the community and sharing our beliefs that we are creating a better world for these wonderful animals. In 2010, we found homes for 327 cats and 432 dogs (total of 759 adoptions), many of which came from kill shelters. This is a 15% increase from 2009.
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