Hope

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Name: Hope

Location: Santa Maria Campus

Looks like: Domestic Shorthair

Color: Black

Estimated Age: 1 year 10 months

Sex: Female

Weight: 6.7 pounds

ID: 7409

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Hi! My name is Hope and I'm at the Santa Maria Campus. I am a female, 1-year-old Domestic Short Hair cat who is eager for a new home! I'm a sweet and shy girl who needs some time to get to know you. But once I do I'm a very cuddly girl that will love to spend time with you. I love being brushed and will even play with a wand toy! I would love to find a quiet home to call my own. I have lived with other cats before, so I could do great in a multi-cat household. I would love to meet you! Ready to adopt or want to hear more about me? The shelter is open by appointment seven days a week! Just email [email protected] to make an appointment today! When you take your new pet home, he or she will have been spayed/neutered, up to date on vaccinations, provided with a permanent microchip identification and a certificate for a free veterinary exam. Our partners at Purina brand dog and cat food also provide food to get you home.

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Adoption Fees

Adoption fees help support shelter operations, including veterinary care, dog training, and foster programs.

  • Kittens (under six months) $125

    Adopt a second kitten for $75

  • Cats (six months to seven years) $50

    Two-for-one bonded pairs

  • Senior Cats (over seven years) $25

    Two-for-one bonded pairs

  • Puppies (under six months) $175
  • Dogs (six months to seven years) $125
  • Senior Dogs (over seven years) $125
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