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All animals are vet checked before adoption. This usually includes dewormer, revolution (for mites and fleas) and vaccination. Adults are all spayed and neutered before adoption. FEES: Adult cats $75.00, Kittens $50.00 (+$200.00 deposit for female and $125 for male kittens toward spay and neuter*) *local adoptions (Bulkley Valley).

Adoption Procedure: Complete an adoption application online or download and return to NWAS. If you are unable to scan and return the form, print it off and send the completed form via snail mail (local residents) to Box 3064, Smithers, BC V0J 2N0. If your application is approved we will then set up a visit.

Additional Info:
Once adoptions are finalized, animals are immediately removed from the site. We operate on full-disclosure. If there are any health or behavioral concerns, we will let you know. Adoptions are very time consuming for our volunteers. Please respect their time and only contact us if you are quite serious about adopting an animal. Please complete the adoption form and return to the NWAS.

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Kittens! Print E-mail

We do our best to match the temperament and personality of the animals with individual and family needs. The 'suitability' factor is an important part of a successful animal/human match and helps to prevent animals going to the wrong homes

KITTENS! NWAS has 16 adorable kittens on the lookout for their forever families. We have the sassy and playful, the calm and cuddly, the timid one person cats and the bold family friendly felines! Long, medium and short hair, male female and one of almost every colour! Truly something for everyone. These babies will be vaccinated, treated for parasites and come with spay or neuter contracts. If you're interested in adding a new fur baby to your family apply today for a chance to meet these adorable fur balls!

Last Updated on Wednesday, 21 June 2017 22:10
 
Bratsky - adoption pending Print E-mail

We do our best to match the temperament and personality of the animals with individual and family needs. The 'suitability' factor is an important part of a successful animal/human match and helps to prevent animals going to the wrong homes

FOR ADOPTION: BRATSKY is anything but a brat! This a five year old male is possibly a Maine Coon cross and is a very laid back feline.
Bratsky had always lived as an exclusively indoor cat and would like to stay that way. He prefers to be warm and snuggly in the house over braving the elements outside! Bratsky isn't particularly playful, but he loves a good belly rub and will snuggle whenever you're up for it!
This lovely guy is very tolerant of children and toddlers. He is also more than willing to share his home with other cats and respectful dogs, or to have you all to himself. 
We would generally describe him as a "low maintenance" pet, however he will require a special food. He has had urinary crystals causing blockages in the past, and dietary changes are the key to prevent them from reoccurring. Other wise this quiet cat is easy to have around. 
Bratsky is neutered, treated for parasites, and vaccinated.
Bratsky would make a wonderful addition to most homes, whether they be busy or active, with large families or single owners, and with many other pets or first time pet owners. Could he fit into your life? Apply today.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 21 June 2017 21:48
 
Amber Print E-mail

We do our best to match the temperament and personality of the animals with individual and family needs. The 'suitability' factor is an important part of a successful animal/human match and helps to prevent animals going to the wrong homes

FOR ADOPTION: This sweet little old lady is AMBER. She is a senior cat (at least 10) who is looking for a place to spend her golden years.
Amber is a calm, indoor only cat. She is a little too old to play with other cats, but has no problem with feline roommates. She is apprehensive about living with dogs and children, but could adjust to living with an exceptionally calm, quiet dog or older child.
This old gal is a bit set in her ways when it comes to her diet. She will need wet food and gets in a bit of a snit if it isn't "friskies" brand. 
Like many seniors she does have a few health issues, but we have no reason to think she won't have a good amount of time left. 
Amber is a cuddly and affectionate cat. She loves pets and is content to snuggle up with her owner for some relaxing quality time. Perhaps laying with you on the couch to watch her "stories"...?
Amber has been to the vet recently to get up to date on her vaccinations and parasite control, and she is patiently waiting for the right person/people to take her into their lives. 
Would you like to adopt this little old lady? Apply today

Last Updated on Thursday, 23 March 2017 22:47
 
Gandolph - adoption pending Print E-mail

We do our best to match the temperament and personality of the animals with individual and family needs. The 'suitability' factor is an important part of a successful animal/human match and helps to prevent animals going to the wrong homes

FOR ADOPTION: GANDOLPH is a roughly 3 year old male looking for someone to love. Under his tough guy appearance, Gandolph has a heart of gold.
This big boy is all about the cuddles, and will happily initiate a snuggle session. He's a real people person (or people feline). He has been fantastically friendly with everyone he meets, including small children!
Gandolph gets along very well with all the other cats at the shelter, and has been non reactive towards dogs. He is not an overly playful fellow, instead he likes to burn off his energy exploring the outdoors (he enjoys long walks on the beach or through the bush). For this reason Gandolph is looking for an indoor/outdoor home where he will be able to indulge his wild side while still basking in all the creature comforts of domestic life. 
Gandolph is neutered, vaccinated, up to date on parasite control and ready to head home with his forever family. If you think you could fall madly in love with this guy, apply today for a chance to meet Gandolph.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 21 June 2017 21:49
 
Didi Print E-mail

We do our best to match the temperament and personality of the animals with individual and family needs. The 'suitability' factor is an important part of a successful animal/human match and helps to prevent animals going to the wrong homes

FOR ADOPTION: DIDI is best described by her foster momma as a "petite little beast." This tiny 9 year old female appears shy at first, but she is a force to be reckoned with!
Didi is an indoor only cat who takes a while to get comfortable in a new place, but once she does, we trust she will be a lot of fun and really make herself at home. Didi isn't comfortable with large dogs, but is more than happy to snuggle up with a gentle, small dog companion. She also doesn't seem to have any problem living with other cats, as long as they know to respect her space! If not, they better be prepared to get an earful and maybe even a butt kicking from this feisty ol' lady! 
Once she is comfortable, she is more than happy to follow people around and share a couch. She's even willing to lay on top of you in bed, just don't get the wrong idea and try to make her into a lap cat! Didi has too much energy!  Didi just loves to play, and that really does seem to be the key to her heart! 
Didi is spayed, treated for parasites, and up to date on her vaccinations. All she needs is a family and she will be all set! 
Could your home use a "petite little beast?" Apply for a chance to meet this spunky old broad!

 

Last Updated on Saturday, 27 May 2017 09:41
 
Complimentary Post - Barn Cats Print E-mail

BARN HOMES NEEDED - Sunny Hill Animal Rescue


BARN HOME DESPERATELY NEEDED:
Recent arrangements for his new home appear to have fallen through. Please help us place this sweet boy, he has been cooped up for a long time for a semi feral cat!
This approx 1 year old black neutered male is looking for a barn home! He has been vaccinated, dewormed and treated with revolution. He is somewhat afraid of people and is not going to be happy living in a house. If you have a barn or garage that he could sleep in, be provided food and water he will happily keep the mice under control for you! 
Please contact us at 2508778345 

Adoption by donation, mair is to get him a home! 250 877 8345

 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 March 2016 20:03
 
Need a barn cat? Print E-mail

Although the majority of cats can easily live as indoor house pets, sometimes we have cats whose only alternative is to live as a barn cat. Cats in our Barn program fall into one of these three categories:

· Feral cats (who have been born in the wild and are not used to being around humans)

· Cats whose litter box habits make them unsuitable to live in the house.

· Cats who were outdoor cats prior to surrender and cannot acclimate to an indoor home.

Please note that we do not adopt cats who are suitable to be household companions to barns. Most cats who have lived inside with humans come to depend on human companionship and do not enjoy being outside cats. In most cases they will always want to be inside with you. Adopting a barn cat can help you control a rodent population in your barn. If you do not have other barn cats, you may want to consider adopting a pair of barn cats through our program.

When you adopt a cat through our barn cat program, the cat will be spayed or neutered

What you provide

The barn owner who adopts a cat through our barn cat program should be prepared to provide:

· Shelter in a barn, outbuilding, or stable, away from high traffic streets

· Daily food and water

· A secure place to keep the cat for the first month, while the cat acclimates to your barn. This can be a tack room or an indoor enclosure that they cannot escape from. In some cases we may be able to lend you a crate or cage for the introductory period.

Things to consider

Adopting a cat through the barn cat program can help save the life of a cat who may not have other options. However, the care of a barn cat is still a responsibility. You will be assuming care for the cat for its entire lifetime. In exchange for providing the essentials of food & water and shelter, your barn cat will earn its keep by helping to control the rodent population in your barn.

We do not ask for adoption fees for barn cats. We do not always have barn cats available so if you are interested we can put your name on a list. Contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 14 December 2011 17:07