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CARE Feline Rescue has cats and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in Orlando, Florida.
The Orlando Cat Café is both a cozy coffeehouse with comfortable furniture, premium coffee, tea and pastries, and 12 to 15 cats roaming freely in the spacious 1,000 square foot Cat Play Area/Adoption Area. For a small entry fee, guests can bring their beverage and food and pet and cuddle all of our feline residents. But if you want to grab your coffee and go, that’s fine as well. The cat café has a separate entrance to comply with health and food safety compliance guidelines. You can also choose to enjoy your latte in the coffee shop and watch the playful antics through a viewing window into the Cat Play Area.
Rescue 6:20 has dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in Orlando, Florida.
All pets adopted from Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando are sterilized (surgically spayed or neutered), treated for internal and external parasites , permanently identified with a microchip, and provided with core vaccines appropriate for dogs and cats including rabies, distemper, and upperrespiratory viruses. Cats receive a Feline Leukemia test. Dogs will have been tested for heartworm disease. Central Florida big cat rescue moving to Osceola - Orlando SentinelPeaceable Kingdom at Orlando Film Fest | Big Cat RescueA Cause 4 Paws Rescue is a registered 501c3 non-profit located in Orlando, FL
The 3rd Annual Reed Nissan Pet Rescue Project 90 Day Adopt-A-Thon resulted in an amazing 2,064 dogs and cats finding their FURever homes. Reed Nissan and the Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando could not be more thrilled at this achievement. We sincerely want to thank everyone involved with the Adopt-A-Thon, those who help behinds the scenes to the wonderful families that opened their hearts and homes to an animal in need. We thank you, the Pet Alliance thanks you and so do each and every dog and cat who now has a home and loving family to call their own. Have you ever seen an adorable cat or kitten up for adoption and featured on your local news channel? Those great cats and kittens aren’t rare finds! They are the norm, and just about everywhere – including right here in Orlando, FL – there are too many pets and not enough homes choosing to adopt them. Unfortunately, many animals are still not spayed or neutered resulting in thousands of unwanted cats and kittens each year.Orange County Animal Services
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Pet Rescue by Judy
The Pixel FundORLANDO, Fla., Oct. 16, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando is holding its first ever Adopt-a-thon, free dog and cat adoptions, at Reed Nissan, 3776 W. Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32808, from noon to 4 p.m. this Saturday, October 18, 2014. The Adopt-a-thon continues the Reed Nissan Pet Rescue Project by announcing the goal to adopt 2,000 homeless pets into new homes by the end of the year. Pet Alliance’s full service veterinary department has checked “under the hood” on all dogs and cats for the Adopt-a-thon, making sure each pet is spayed or neutered, vaccinated, and equipped with a Pet Theft Detection Device, also known as a microchip. You might see a cat or kitten for sale at a Orlando pet store and assume that buying a cat is the only option. Or you might, as many people do, believe that a cat for sale from a store or a breeder in Orlando is somehow “better” than one you might find for adoption in a Orlando animal shelter. This is a common misconception, and it couldn’t be further from the truth. The cats and kittens available for adoption at your local shelters and rescue groups are wonderful, sweet, healthy companions who are homeless through no fault of their own. Many times, animals end up in shelters simply because their former owner encountered a financial hardship and could no longer afford to care for them, or perhaps even lost their own home. Whatever the reason, most cats and kittens in shelters are great former pets who have lived in homes, and are often already litterbox trained. Pet Rescue by Judy was founded in 1992 and made its first public appearance under a tent at an Orlando farmers market. As the small nonprofit rescue blossomed, it kept outgrowing its facilities – first Sarullo’s home, then its original location on Church Street, and next, a storefront adoption center, where Sarullo still does meet-and-greets, in the Oviedo Mall. Finally, the shelter found its way to Sanford, where she plans to stay for good.