i've been searching petfinder.com for local shelters that had cats for adoption and i recently found one i would like to adopt. it's a grey male kitten with low mileage and full service histroy. i've grown up with cats and adopted one from a friend in college, so i'm pretty aware and understanding of what it takes to raise one.
however, i'm kind of confused by the email the lady at the shelter sent me:
i plan on picking up the feline on saturday, but want to make sure he will come with the records and already be neutered. that's the case with most shelters right? they only allow the animal to be adopted once it has been spayed or neutered? also, will i need to take him to the vet after i adopt him for a sort of once-over? or am i to trust the shelter (local no-kill shelter)?Quote:
Originally Posted by shelter
here's a picture of the little fella, and i definitely plan on renaming him:
i appreciate any help and insight you guys can provide. :beer: