How long can I leave my 12 week kitten Alone?

How long can I leave my 12 week kitten Alone?

(Kittens younger than four months should not be left alone for more than four hours. Older than that, they can handle another hour or so. When they reach six months, they can tolerate an eight-hour day without company.)

How old do kittens have to be to be adopted by AHS?

The kittens surrendered to AHS are often too young for adoption. Kittens less than 8 weeks old typically do not weigh enough to have spay/neuter surgery (a requirement before they become available for adoption).

Can you adopt a kitten from MetroWest Humane Society?

At MetroWest Humane Society, our cats and kittens for adoption have been examined by a vet, and if old enough, have all their shots, and have been spayed or neutered. Our goal is to find them a caring, responsible person to give them a loving, life-long home.

Where can I adopt a cat from the Humane Society?

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Where can I adopt a No Kill Cat?

MetroWest Humane Society is a no-kill cat adoption shelter. Although we find homes for about 40 rescue cats and kittens every month, there are many adorable kittens and cats that are still looking for a home. Take a look at the profiles below, and also click the link to see more adoptable cats here.

The kittens surrendered to AHS are often too young for adoption. Kittens less than 8 weeks old typically do not weigh enough to have spay/neuter surgery (a requirement before they become available for adoption).

Can you adopt a cat from the Humane Society?

If you have adopted a pet in the past 3 months from THS, make sure to take advantage of our online pharmacy for discounts! Our Working Cat Program is essential for placing some of our under-socialized cats that would flourish in an outdoor environment.

Where can I adopt a kitten in AZ?

From spunky to docile and cuddly to independent, the Arizona Humane Society has dozens of kittens and cats waiting for their forever homes. Take a look and see which one is right for you, and schedule an appointment to adopt today!

How often does Animal Humane Society receive kittens?

AHS receives thousands of kittens each year. Between May and late October, we start seeing more than 1,000 kittens per month. We call these months “kitten season.” The kittens surrendered to AHS are often too young for adoption.