Why Adopt from Thundering Paws?

Blog author: 
Kay Rolfes

Save a Life

You know that Thundering Paws is a no-kill facility, so none of our animals are in immediate danger as is the case in some other animal shelters. We are, however, operating at full capacity in order to help as many animals as we can. When you adopt from us, you free up space and resources that we can use to rescue another animal - you save that animal's life.

The Right Cat for You

Tabby, tuxedo, blue, calico, tortoiseshell, you are sure to find a gorgeous new friend at Thundering Paws. We have all kinds of cats and we can match you up with the perfect pet to fit your lifestyle. We'e got playful kittens, active adults, and quiet senior cats that still have a lot of love to give. Our cats have plenty of interaction with each other and with our workers and volunteers. We know the personality of each cat so we can help you choose. If you'd like more than one cat, we know which of our cats are "best friends" who would love a new home together. We even have some mother-daughter and sibling pairs that make perfect companions for each other.

Satisfaction Guaranteed

We want you to be happy with your new cat, and we want the cat to have the best home possible. If for any reason the adoption does not work out, we will take the cat back.

Not Sure?

Maybe you've been thinking about adding a pet but are not sure how to introduce a new cat to your home. The Drs. Foster and Smith website has many articles containing concrete suggestions for keeping stress to you and your new cat at a minimum (see http://tinyurl.com/kche8).

See Our Adoptable Cats

Cute fuzzy sweet cats deserving of a place in a perfect home. We've got plenty of them and would love to introduce you to some of them. Visit our web site to see photos and information about our adoptable pets, make an appointment to come out to Thundering Paws to meet them in person, or visit one of our regular adoption events. The adoption process is easy, just contact Anne to get started.

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