Cat Welfare Society, And Whether Social Media Can Actually Save

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Cat Adoption / September 17, 2018

The Cat Welfare Association was founded in 1945 by a small group of people who saw the need for an organization designed specifically to help the many stray and abused cats in the Columbus area. We are a non-profit organization that's objective has always been to promote better care and understanding of cats while providing for the physical welfare of homeless cats and kittens. The cats taken into our care are strays and frequently have been abused or injured. We give them plenty of tender loving care along with any necessary medical treatment they might need. Our shelter provides a home for these cats and kittens until they are adopted- whether it be for a short time or if they live out the rest of their lives in our shelter.

Adopting a friend

Cat Welfare is home to over 200 cats and kittens. Cats and kittens may be adopted for a fee of $80 This covers vaccinations, de-worming, feline leukemia testing, FIV testing (of adult cats), and spaying/neutering. All adult cats are spayed/neutered before they are adopted out, while arrangements for the future altering of kittens must be made at the time of adoption. We offer a 10 day return policy, but we will always take back our cats if for some reason the adoptive parent can no longer care for them. We are open daily from 11:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. We are also open Tuesday and Wednesday evenings until 7:00 p.m. We are closed the first Thursday of every month. We are also closed all major holidays.