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(and other small animals)


Updated on Feb 21, 2018
( 7:11 pm )

Date Admitted
Breed
Sex
Color
Age
Litter Trained
Good with Children
Declawed
Picture #
1/2/18 Semi-longhair Spayed Black 3 Yrs,
1 Mo
Unknown Unknown NO 29473
1/15/18 Domestic Shorthair Spayed Gray Tabby White 2 Yrs,
1 Mo
Unknown Unknown NO 29484
1/16/18 Domestic Shorthair Female Black White 2 Yrs,
1 Mo
Unknown Unknown NO 29487
1/23/18 Domestic Shorthair Spayed Black White 6 Yrs YES Unknown NO 29495
1/30/18 Domestic Shorthair Spayed Dark Tortoise 1 Yr Unknown Unknown NO 29503
2/14/18 Domestic Shorthair Neutered Orange Tabby w/ white 5 Yrs Unknown Unknown NO 29520
2/14/18 Domestic Shorthair Neutered Orange Tabby 10 Mos YES YES NO 29521
2/15/18 Semi-longhair Female White 2 Yrs Unknown Unknown NO 29523
2/19/18 Domestic Shorthair Spayed Tabby Tortoise 8 Yrs YES Unknown NO 29526

Cats that are admitted into the Shelter as strays are not eligible for adoption for a minimum of 48 hours from the time they are admitted. Unwanted cats are eligible for adoption on the following day. All animals must be 7 weeks of age or older to be placed up for adoption. All of our animals are given a health and temperament evaluation, treated for any health condition requiring attention (i.e. worming), and given their basic inoculations before being placed up for adoption.

The Crawford County Humane Society tries to keep all of our animals as long as possible, but there is no set length of time for which stray cats will be held. (By separate arrangement, stray cats picked up from within Meadville city limits will be held for 72 hours from the time of arrival at our Shelter.)

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