Ready to adopt a furry cat or kitten to your home? We adopt hundreds of cats on a yearly basis and can help you find the perfect match!
Town and Country rescues cats from kill shelters, takes in owner surrender cats and then prepares them for adoption. All cats are given full medical evaluations including updating shots and spay/neuter as well as temperament testing/training. We test for cats who are friendly to people and other pets so you can feel the most comfortable about bringing a new cat into your home. All of our cats have no time limit in our shelter. Kittens and some cats needing a little extra TLC, may be in foster homes and not viewable at the shelter. Your new best friend is waiting for you at Town and Country!
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Feylan is a Maine Coon who lives at Town and Country as a permanent sanctuary cat. Feylan was recently diagnosed with gatro-intestinal cancer and is preparing for chemotherapy. He is loved instantly by volunteers and visitors. He is most often found sitting in his cat tree people watching. Feylan has witnessed hundreds of adoptions and met hundreds of friends (cat, dog and human) over the years. He was originally surrendered to us in 2009 and we thought he’d become adoptable just like all the cats in our care. However, Feylan made it clear he was not going to be adopted and that was by his own choice! We found the most wonderful families and Feylan was always returned to us – three different times. He just did not like the emotional distress of being away from the shelter and was not at all the loveable cat he was with us. In 2013, a visitor, unhappy that Feylan could not be adopted, snuck him off the premises under their coat. Once again, Feylan found his way back to his home, spent the night on our doorstep and was back to managing volunteers at the the Town and Country office. Feylan enjoys the juice from wet food, spying on new cats and making the office an overall better place to work.
Please consider sponsoring Feylan, Town and Country will always provide him with the medical care, food, toys and love he needs for the rest of his days. Feylan turns 15 this March.