FAQ

  • Where do we get our cats from? 
    • Our kitties come from multiple difference sources depending on the need. We receive transfers of cats from other shelters in over populated areas, surrenders, as well as local strays. 
  • Are the adoptive cats up to date on their vaccines and vetted?
    • All our cats are fully vetted and compliant with the state adoption laws. They are healthy to our knowledge. Please note our volunteers are not medical experts but will do our best to help you get answers to your medical questions. 
  • How do I learn more about a particular cat? 
    • Thank you for your interest! We are 100% volunteer run and therefore can’t answer each and every question we receive. It’s our priority to get these cats adopted as soon as possible. If you have any interest, please submit an application through the “Adoptable Pets > Adopt a Cat” link above. 
  • How old do you have to be to adopt? How old do you have to be to volunteer? 
    • 18
  • Are our cats chipped? 
    • All our cats are chipped before adoption. You will receive an email with registration details post adoption. 
  • Are our cats spayed/neutered? 
    • Yes. 
  • How do I volunteer? What volunteer opportunities do we have? 
    • Please submit an application through Volunteer > Become a Volunteer.
    • We have a need for cleaning, feeding, and playing regular shifts, application reviewers, transportation and more! Please apply today. 
  • Where are we located? 
    • We have four different locations: Hudson, NH; Plaistow, NH Petsmart; Chelmsford, MA Petsmart; and Somerville, MA. Please fill out an application and we will set up an appointment with you. 
  • What is our adoption fee? 
    • All adults over 6 months are $150. Kittens are $200. 
  • What is our return policy?
    • If anything goes wrong with an adoption, please contact us first. We will happily accept any of our cats back. Regardless, before you adopt, remember it may take a while for your new cat to acclimate to their new environment. 
  • What do you do if you find a stray? What do you do if you have a surrender? 
    • Please submit an application through Adoptable Pets > Surrender a Cat. 

 

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