Cambridge - Cat AdopTion Service
We have some of our adoptable cats in the adoption center at PetSmart in Cambridge. Stop on by to see some of the sweet kitties currently available for adoption.
Moo, a Cambridge Australian Cattle Dog/Husky dog was adopted! Here's how you can benefit by looking at adoption as an option to buying a Australian Cattle Dog/Husky for sale in Cambridge, or seeking a Australian Cattle Dog/Husky dog from a breeder in Cambridge.
The Feline Adoption & Rescue Society (FARS) is a 501(c) 3 private, non-profit charity that was created to help homeless cats. We opened our first shelter inside the Cambridge PetSmart in September 2008. In addition to sheltering and adopting cats from this location, we also support a network of foster homes where our cats are cared for until they are ready for adoption.The Feline Adoption & Rescue Society (FARS) is a 501(c) 3 private, non-profit charity that was created to help homeless cats. We opened our first shelter inside the Cambridge PetSmart in September 2008. In addition to sheltering and adopting cats from this location, we also support a network of foster homes where our cats are cared for until they are ready for adoption.Taking steps toward achieving this integral component, C.A.R.E. has undergone its first major expansion with the addition of an adoption center and office in the heart of Harvard Square in Cambridge. This location will serve as a centralized venue for all our outreach and volunteer activities, as well as a meeting ground for adopters with their future companion animals. Nova, a Cambridge Cattle Dog dog was adopted! Here's how you can benefit by looking at adoption as an option to buying a Cattle Dog for sale in Cambridge, or seeking a Cattle Dog dog from a breeder in Cambridge.We adopt our dogs and cats to approved individuals and families. We also take more than one application on an animal and choose the best match. We will consider only those rescue organizations who are 501C3's. This means they must be non- profit organizatons that also adopt only to approved individuals and families, and will not sell any animal to the public, including retail establishments and pet stores. Direction to the shelter: From Interstate 70 westbound, turn left off of the exit and proceed to the first traffic light. Turn right at the light onto Route 40 and proceed under Interstate 70. From Interstate 70 eastbound turn left onto route 40 and pass under Interstate 70. From both directions, travel one fourth mile after passing under Interstate 79, you will see the entrance to Ohio University Eastern on the right. The first road to the left past the OUE entrance is the shelter road. Follow it past the old white brick building on the right. The shelter is on the left and slightly down a grade. We are located off I-70 just 10 miles west of Wheeling W.V., app. 2.5 hours from the Cleveland area, take I-77 south to I-70 (Cambridge area), I-70 east to exit 213.A video of Cambridge riding the Roomba at the FOTSI building inspired one local resident to adopt him. But Cambridge is just one of countless cats born to strays in the area.Life is always better when it’s spent with a friend, and friends can come in all shapes, sizes, and every variety of fuzziness. Since it’s Adopt a Cat Month this June, celebrating our feline friends out there seemed like a great way to make the most of this month’s blog. There are some great adoption centers in and around Cambridge, MA, and we here at 100 Memorial Drive would like to share a few with you today. After all, in adopting a cat you’re giving the adorable animal a second chance at a new life. And with our pet-friendly apartments, you can easily take in a new friend today.