I have adopted 3 cats (over many years, the first we had for 19 years) from Animal Aid. Each experience has been excellent. The workers are very caring.
Yes, if you adopt a cat with health problems, it will be expensive to look after. Susan E., it sounds like they did tell you when you enquired, that he had failure to thrive, which is serious. If you choose to adopt a sick animal, then you are... more
I adopted a cat the Burlington Humane Society, formerly called "Animal Aid" on June 6. He was estimated to be about 10 years old. I thought he'd be a friend for Damn-it Riley who's the same age.
When I first called about adopting him, they said he needed more blood tests before they could release him and that he recently had a shot of Vitamin B12. They said it looks like he has a failure to... more
Do Not adopt any animal from Animal Aid. If you are unlucky and happen to adopt a sick animal and it passes away they will ban you and say if it your fault the animal died. Over the years I have adopted a few cats and when they were sick I took them to the vet, one cat lived 12 years another lived 18 years and I still have a 16 year old and a 6 years old.
My daughter and I adopted a kitten a... more