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Hello, my name is Cloud. I am 7 months old.. I am a black and white long hair, Maine Coon mix. I am spayed and vaccinated. I am FIV and FELV negative.. I was found as a stray left out in the cold snow. I am not good with children. I am looking for my forever home, where I can spend the rest my years that I have left to live. I'll be waiting for my forever family.
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Hello, my name is Darlene. I am a 5 months old. I am spayed, dewormed, and vaccinated. I am FIV and FELV negative. I was found outside. . I am waiting for my forever home now. I am looking for my forever home to be loved. I do not do well with children. I am friendly, but I can be shy at times.
Hello, we are Zara and Avery. Ice are 5 months old. We are spayed/neutered, dewormed, and vaccinated. I am FIV and FELV negative. Zara is a tortilla female. Avery is a tabby male. We can't wait to get our forever home.
Hello, my name is Beverly. I am 5 months old. I am spayed and vaccinated. I am FIV and FELV negative. I am waiting for my forever home now.I was found outside I am looking for my forever home to be loved. I am not good with children. I came from an outside feral cat. I can't wait to find my forever home.
There are so many cats and kittens ready for their forever home. Adoption fees vary, and 100% of the money goes toward rescuing more kittens. Please consider making an appointment today (814-873-6265) or filling out the adoption form below to adopt a new furever friend. Let's help get the feral cats and kittens off the street!
We’ve had kittens, adults, and senior cats adopted from Erie Trap and Release. When it comes to special needs cats, we’ve sent cats home who were missing tails, cats with one eye, blind cats, and cats with other medical conditions.
We generally do not receive any pedigreed cats, because there are many cat rescue groups that focus on these animals. However, Erie Trap and Release has adopted various mixes of Persians, Snowshoes, Maine Coons, Siamese, and other breeds. These cats that we normally receive are feral cats. Therefore, we are not 100% sure of the breed.
Thinking about adopting?
The best way to adopt is to set an appointment to check out which cat/kitten fits you best. At your appointment you can see what cat has the personality that works best for you and your home. Once you find a cat, you’ll fill out an adoption application and one of our team members will follow up with you. After you receive approval to adopt, we’ll set up a time for you to come and complete the adoption process.
Once accepted, the process takes about half an hour. You’ll sign an adoption contract, go over any medical conditions that the cats may have, and pay the adoption fee.
Then comes the fun part. We take a picture of you taking your cat home, put the cat in the carrier, and you head home with your new four-legged friend.
Please make sure that you prepare your home for the cat before you come in to adopt them. Please make sure you bring a carrier with you. We strongly encourage adopters to get a carrier that opens at the top. In addition, we discourage adopters from using cardboard carriers, as we’ve had cats kick their way out of them.
How to set an appointment?