Save Our Strays, a nonprofit animal welfare organization, has two cats available for adoption. They are Boo, a black cat, and Bubba, an orange-and-white tabby.
Boo is still a kitten, described as very loving and purrs as soon as he is touched.
Bubba is also a friendly cat that was dumped outdoors, according to SOS, and fed well temporarily by a "foster" owner, before coming to the animal welfare agency. He is house trained, neutered and current on his vaccinations. He also appears to get along well other cats.
The prospective adopter must complete an adoption application and an interview with an adoption coordinator is required. A $25 non-refundable deposit is also required before approval. After adoption approval, a donation is required to help cover the cost of the medical care, feeding and boarding of animals. The fees are $100 for adult cats; kittens up to five months are $125, and all dogs are $250. Animals for adoption are current on age-appropriate immunizations and spayed or neutered before placement, unless their age or health requires it be done at a later time. If the animal has not yet been altered, an Early Spay/Neuter Agreement must be signed and the alteration is covered in the donation fee.
Save Our Strays is located in the Poster Animal Hospital, 1677 Post Road East. For more information, call 203-255-0514 or visit www.SaveOurStraysInc.petfinder.com