Ruger, a Anchorage Manx cat was adopted! Here's how you can benefit by looking at adoption as an option to buying a Manx for sale in Anchorage, or seeking a Manx cat from a breeder in Anchorage.
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We have placed more than 1,700 cats since 2009
Kitty and K-9 Connection is an animal rescue / foster / adoption organization located in Anchorage, Alaska. We are a 501(c)3 non-profit. Kitty and K-9 Connection was founded in August 2001 and is devoted to saving the lives of homeless and abandoned cats and dogs, finding them loving and lifetime homes, advocating for the spay and neuter of all pets, promoting responsible pet ownership and providing pet ownership education.
Cats » ACAT - Alaska Cat Adoption Team
Cats can be adopted directly from the foster home. Cats can also be adopted from one of our adoption fairs either in Anchorage or Wasilla. We have adoption fairs in Anchorage at Petzoo on Dimond and at Wasilla Petzoo as scheduled, generally each Saturday in Wasilla. Times at Anchorage's Animal Care and Control Center have changed a lot since that kitty adoption day, and since my move to Alaska in 1999. Back then, the center's adoption bays always seemed full with barking dogs and mewing cats waiting for new homes. I urged my kids to go with Mogley, a huge, motley-looking shaggy-haired adult cat I had fallen in love with at first sight as we scanned through the cages of adoptable felines at Anchorage's animal shelter. But poor Mogley was no match for what the children had spotted at the far end of the cat-packed room: a spritely orange, black and white kitten far less imposing than Mogley, whose scowling, scrunchy face scared them.The Adopt-A-Cat shelter in Anchorage Alaska is a no-kill, nonprofit cat shelter taking care of almost 300 cats and offering all a permanent home. AHS also cares for cats which have tested Feline Leukemia positive or FIV in separate quarters. Many of our cats have been surrendered by their owners through no fault of their own, and others have been picked up as strays. Most are friendly and waiting for their forever homes.