Available for Adoption

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available for adoption

The following are pets that are available for adoption:

GRIFFIN

Griffin’s story as told by his first foster mom.

In 2021, I fostered a handsome young male cat with the most vibrant green eyes. Griffin was adopted by a young lady who signed the adoption papers stating she would be his forever home. She later moved and didn’t take Griffin with her. She rehomed Griffin to an elderly gentleman. Griffin lived life inside with his elderly owner, but in 2024 the elderly man passed away. When the family came to clean out the home they sadly threw poor Griffin outside to fend for himself. Remember, Griffin is an inside only cat.  Griffin was trying to seek shelter from the pouring rain in his neighbors’ flower bed. The neighbor felt sorry for Griffin and took him to the Valley City Vet Clinic to be surrendered.  Poor Griffin was not deserving of such cruel behavior, especially for such a sweet cat, who had never lived a day outside of a loving home. It saddens me that Griffin is now looking for a new forever home. If you’re looking for a cat who is good with other calm cats, dogs, and people, Griffin fits the bill! He is by far the calmest cat that I have fostered and he does not scratch furniture/carpet or get into mischief! He also has the softest fur! Griffin loves to be in the same room as his family and absolutely loves affection.  If you are looking to adopt, please consider sweet Griffin. He is so deserving of finding his forever home. He is neutered, microchipped and vaccinated. Please call Sheyenne Valley Friends of Animals at 701-840-5047 or email jenni.svfa@gmail.com if you are interested in Griffin.

For all animal adoptions, you must complete a Pre-Adoption application found on our website at svfanimals.org under the “Forms” tab. Submit PDF/Word document to jenni.svfa@gmail.com.


QUEEN RAINEY

This is Rainey, or Queen Rainey as she prefers to be called. Rainey recently went to her foster home and has settled in nicely. She isn’t too crazy about the dog and other foster cat that live in the house. They want to play with her, but she will only tolerate being around them as long as they realize their place, her being Queen and all. She is indifferent to them. She is very affectionate with her humans, but also likes her independence. Is your home Queen Rainey’s new castle? She is less than 1 year old, vaccinated, spayed and microchipped.  Call Sheyenne Valley Friends of Animals at 701-840-5047 or email jenni.svfa@gmail.com if you have any questions about adopting Rainey.

For all animal adoptions, you must complete a Pre-Adoption application found on our website at svfanimals.org under the “Forms” tab. Submit PDF/Word document to jenni.svfa@gmail.com.

 


JACK FROST

$50.00 sponsored towards adoption fee! ADOPTION FEE: $50.00

 Jack Frost is a very affectionate boy! He puts his arms on your shoulders when you hold him, and rubs your cheek with his head. He loves sitting in boxes (especially his Avon box) or on a soft spot by a window. At bedtime he'll lie next to you, but will probably be in his Avon box when you wake up! Jingleballs are his favorite toys. Jack is very good about using his litter box, and lets you trim his nails with a clipper. He's done well in small or large spaces, so would probably do fine in an apartment. If you'd love to be greeted every day with head rubs and loud purring, this sweet boy may be for you! He rides really well in the car when he needs to go to the vet clinic or travel with you on your other adventures. Jack Frost is FIV+, neutered, vaccinated and microchipped.  Please call Sheyenne Valley Friends of Animals at 701-840-5047 or email jenni.svfa@gmail.com if you are interested in Jack Frost or if you have any questions regarding FIV.

WHAT IS FIV? Feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) is one of the most common and infectious diseases of cats around the world. In infected cats, FIV attacks the immune system, leaving the cat vulnerable to infections. Although cats infected with FIV may appear normal for years, they eventually suffer from immune deficiency, which allows normally harmless bacteria or viruses found in the everyday environment to potentially cause severe illnesses. Though there is no cure for FIV, recent studies suggest that cats with FIV commonly live average life spans, as long as they are not also infected with feline leukemia virus. While FIV is contagious, cats typically do not transmit the virus by sharing an eating bowl with other cats or through other feline contact actions like:  Social grooming, sneezing, and sharing a litter box.


PATCHES

ADOPTION FEE: $40.00 ($60.00 has been sponsored towards the $100 adoption fee)

Patches is an absolute sweetheart! He loves to cuddle, too! Patches is also a fan of eating. He’s a very handsome guy with the amazing patchwork all over his body. Patches craves attention and would really love another pet playmate. He loves the high energy dog in his foster home and would do great with a playful friendly female cat. Patches is an adult male cat, vaccinated, neutered and microchipped. For more information, please call Sheyenne Valley Friends of Animals at 701-840-5047 or email jenni.svfa@gmail.com.

For all animal adoptions, you must complete a Pre-Adoption application found on our website at svfanimals.org under the “Forms” tab. Submit PDF/Word document to jenni.svfa@gmail.com.


SOPHIE - FIV+ (ADOPTION FEE HAS BEEN PAID)

ADOPTION FEE HAS BEEN PAID!

Sophie is a very sweet girl! She loves to cuddle! Sophie also loves sleeping by her favorite person and she likes to get as close to you as she can. She has a very loud purr, so you can hear it when you are petting her, or she will just purr when she is on your lap. She loves cat nip! Sophie does get spooked very easily. Sophie was found outside and upon examination she was found to have several nasty bite wounds. Unfortunately, when she was taken to the vet for her wounds, she tested positive for FIV. Sophie is spayed, vaccinated and microchipped.  Please call Sheyenne Valley Friends of Animals at 701-840-5047 or email jenni.svfa@gmail.com if you are interested in Sophie or if you have any questions regarding FIV.

WHAT IS FIV? Feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) is one of the most common and infectious diseases of cats around the world. In infected cats, FIV attacks the immune system, leaving the cat vulnerable to infections. Although cats infected with FIV may appear normal for years, they eventually suffer from immune deficiency, which allows normally harmless bacteria or viruses found in the everyday environment to potentially cause severe illnesses. Though there is no cure for FIV, recent studies suggest that cats with FIV commonly live average life spans, as long as they are not also infected with feline leukemia virus. While FIV is contagious, cats typically do not transmit the virus by sharing an eating bowl with other cats or through other feline contact actions like:  Social grooming, sneezing, and sharing a litter box.

For all animal adoptions, you must complete a Pre-Adoption application found on our website at svfanimals.org under the “Forms” tab. Submit PDF/Word document to jenni.svfa@gmail.com.