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Cat Adoption / December 29, 2016

pet_brush-iconMost of the pets that you visit in our shelter will be ready to go home.

This means they have been:

  • Sterilized
  • Treated for internal and external parasites
  • Permanently identified with a microchip
  • Provided with core vaccines appropriate for dogs and cats including rabies, distemper, and upper respiratory viruses. Cats receive a Feline Leukemia test. Dogs will have been tested for heartworm disease.

Each pet also receives a free post-adoption veterinary exam and, if they choose to visit one of our clinics for the post-adoption exam, a one month application of flea prevention as well. Learn how much we spend on each dog and cat who we shelter and adopt.

Some pets may require additional medication, which can be purchased at time of adoption. We also have a full time animal behaviorist on staff who can assist with post adoption behavior questions. Find out why we require each animal to be spayed or neutered before taken home.

Source: petallianceorlando.org

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