Healthy Cats are Happy Cats!
Ever wonder if your cats behavior is normal? How can you tell if they are not feeling well or have a kitty cold? Worried about possible long term health ailments?
Check out WebMD's Cat Health webpage (linked here). They provide countless amounts of information regarding your cats health, behavior, and habits. If you are in need of a quick resource, here is a good place to start!
**Always remember to consult your pet's regular health care provider with any concerns or questions you have! While WebMD is a good source for information, it cannot replace your cats regular health checkups and vet visits!**
Ever consider Fostering a Pet?
The AS/AP Cat Shelter is looking for dedicated and trustworthy families to foster some of our fun and playful cats and kittens! Foster families are needed to help out our cats and kittens with special needs, kittens that are too young to be at the shelter, and when we are over capacity. If you are interested fill out the application (linked here) or contact the shelter. If you have any questions please call or message us on Facebook!
Click here for a link to our contact information.
Click here for a link to our Facebook account.
Click here to see our current cats and kittens.
AS/AP Now Mobile!
After countless hours and hard work, AS/AP Cat Shelter now has a mobile site! Check it out on your phone and other mobile devices and send us some feedback! Click here for a link to our short mobile site survey and let us know how it works out! It will take less than a minute to fill out!
While you are at it, Please also consider taking our short Website Survey to comment on our Web Browser site! Click here to access the short website survey.
AS/AP Cats and Staff
Why is it so important to Spay/Neuter your pets (including cats)?
With the weather getting warmer here in Wisconsin, it will soon be time for kittens. Around the spring time, each year, shelters around the states get an influx of kittens being surrendered do to the increase in litters. Here is some advice about why you should spay or neuter your cat, and help us cut down on the increasing number of cats that end up in the shelters!
Current Cats of 2015!
Long overdue, the Cats and Kittens section of the website has now been updated! Many of the cats have new pictures, and you can now travel to their PetFinder profile simply by clicking on their picture!
Click Here to travel to the Cats and Kittens section of our website and check out all of our current felines up for adoption!
Don't forget to check out our adoption page to learn more about how to apply to adopt a new furry-friend!