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Free Cats for Seniors & the Disabled in Green Valley

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Beading Divas are impressed by Green Valley Paws Patrol’s good deeds. Here’s one of their programs:

Paws Patrol wants to give seniors and the handicapped an opportunity to have a cat or kitten as a companion pet at little or no cost to them. This program provides our community’s senior and handicapped population with pets who offer affection and unconditional love. In addition, many wonderful, tame and socialized cats will have loving homes.

Seniors age 65 or older, and handicapped persons of any age, may qualify to adopt one cat free of charge.

        • The person must be physically and mentally capable of caring for an indoor cat.
        • All members of the household must be at least age 50.
        • Paws Patrol will spay or neuter the cat and have shots up to date.
        • If necessary, Paws Patrol will assist with the cost of food and vet care for the cat.
        • If the person can no longer care for the cat due to illness or death, the cat must return to Paws Patrol.
        • Cats must be at least 6 months old

Paws Patrol reserves the right to visit the cat and in case of neglect, take the cat back.                     

Please consider buying a bracelet or two. Mother’s Day is around the corner. If you don’t want a one-of-a-kind bracelet, consider making a direct donation to Paws Patrol. Green Valley is fortunate to have this compassionate cat rescue.

Cat pictured above is Dreamsicle. You can find all of PP’s adoptable cats on Petfinder.

3 Comments

  1. Kate
    Kate

    What a wonderful program! It’s a joy to have a pet but some cannot afford it. Bridging that gap Green Valley Paw Patrol matches adoptable cats into loving homes. I love what they’re doing.

    April 26, 2018
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  2. amy sheneman
    amy sheneman

    I think the idea of placing cats with seniors at no cost to the person is a brilliant plan. We all need companionship and someone to love – and cats are the perfect companion animals. As long as a person is able to clean out the litter box everything else should be easy. Cats don’t need to be walked and should never under any circumstances be allowed outdoors. I have had cats – and dogs – my entire life and they have always been adopted as adults. Now at 73 and living alone my companions are 2 ex racing Greyhounds, 5 cats and 8 adopted as neglected parrots. I have a reason to get out of bed every day and take care of my own health for my animals. I have bought bracelets from you in the past and hope that soon my financial situation will allow me to buy some more. Keep up your great work♥

    April 26, 2018
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  3. Karyn Zoldan
    Karyn Zoldan

    Amy, nice to hear from you again. You have quite a menagerie to look after and bring you joy.

    April 26, 2018
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