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2 Years
Spayed Female


Daisy is perhaps one of THE MOST lovable, sweet and affectionate cats you will ever meet – and we are not exaggerating! She thrives on affection, likes to be held or be on a lap. Her loud purr starts instantly. She is extremely gentle and loving. What she needs is an owner with financial means who can help her to overcome the remaining irritation around her eyes. We would recommend allergy testing, which can be quite expensive. There may also be a homeopathic remedy for her condition, and seeing a vet who specializes in that may be a good option for her. She is a very special girl and needs an owner who will be responsive to and financially able to treat her potentially ongoing condition. She really is a beautiful little girl and has the most gorgeous crystal blue eyes. She will bring someone tremendous joy!

It’s spring and we’re having a feline fling!

Now through April 19, adopt any cat 2 years or older for just $35!
Cats 6 months to under 2 years - $75
Kittens under 6 months - $100


Volunteers Needed

Do you care about homeless pets and want to make a difference for them? The Animal Protective Foundation is seeking daytime volunteers within the shelter, located at 53 Maple Avenue in Scotia, and both morning and evening help at its PetSmart Cat Adoption Center on Balltown Road in Niskayuna. Time commitment varies and training is provided. Volunteer positions include: adoption support; dog walking; special event and outreach support; spay/neuter clinic support, including office tasks, laundry, and assisting with assembly of surgical packs; laundry; bottle and can sorting; and morning cage cleaning at PetSmart. Volunteers must be at least 18 years of age. Contact Denise Altobelli, volunteer coordinator, at 374-3944, ext. 118 or altobelli@animalprotective.org to learn more.




The Animal Protective Foundation has many wonderful pets for adoption. 
All cats and dogs are spayed or neutered and vaccinated.

Visit the shelter at 53 Maple Avenue in Scotia (Map), or meet pets online
at www.animalprotective.org. Call 374-3944 for more information.


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