North County Humane Society - Cat Adoption Center
2300 Ramona Rd, Atascadero, CA Phone: (805) 466-5403 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Special Needs Cat with FIV
Meet the Lovely Siamese Katie
Katie is a gorgeous long hair Siamese cat. She has white feet, which give her the look of a Birman. She is 3 or 4 years old, and has been at NCHS for one year. She lives in the cat isolation room with other cats who have tested positive for FIV.
FIV is like the feline "equivalent" to the AIDs virus. This means FIV cats should live indoor only and live in a single cat household or with other cats that are similarly infected. Cats with FIV may live long lives, but NCHS can't provide a health guarantee, so Katie is available with no adoption fee.
Are you the special person that can bring Katie home and into your family?
Kitten Care at NCHS
Read about the vaccinations and treatments that each kitten receives before they go to new homes - READ MORE HERE
We have a many kittens at NCHS who are now available for adoption, and more coming. Check our Kitten Page for the latest information.
Little Kitten Waiting for Lunch
NCHS is open Tuesday thru Saturday
Visiting Hours: 10:00 am to 4:30 pm (Wed. to 6:00 pm)
NCHS is closed on Sunday and Monday
Next Volunteer Orientation - Sat. July 2 at 11:30 am
Spay and Neuter Certificates
Spay and Neuter discount certificates are available for North County residents - read more here
"One Buck a Chip" Microchipping
$1 Microchips for dogs and cats are being offered during normal business hours - no appointment required.
Do you have stories or photos of the cats or kittens that you adopted from NCHS? Tell their tales and show off their pictures on our Facebook Page!!
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Donate your Car for NCHS with CARS
Read about it here - or call 877-721-7387
Walk your dog for NCHS
Get the WoofTrax app for your smartphone, and earn donations to NCHS for every mile you walk. More info at WoofTrax.com
About the North County Humane Society
The North County Humane Society was founded as Action for Animal's Rights in 1977, and moved to its current location in Atascadero in 1997. NCHS runs a “no kill” cat shelter, and the organization’s goals are to prevent animal homelessness and over population. The cat adoption center is open Tuesday through Saturday, and additional programs are available for spay/neuter, feral trapping, microchipping, and homeless kittens.
We are grateful for and depend upon the monetary, time, and in-kind support of donors, members, sponsors, and affiliates for our funding. We welcome your contributions. Please stop by and visit with the cats, kittens and friendly staff at our shelter.
Cat's Eye View of the NCHS Shelter
Video by Tom Lott
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