4 years old
JAKE is an affable, pettable boycat dressed in a classic tabby coat. He and his buddy Sandman (an orange tabby) came to APF because their previous caregiver moved and could not take the cats along. We know these dear pals deserve a second chance at a true forever home. Will you consider adopting them? Jake is four years old, declawed, and would like nothing more than to know the stability of sharing life with a human who will play, dote, hug . . . and never leave him behind. Meet him and see what a friendly, soft bear he is!
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 email@example.com to learn more.
The Animal Protective Foundation has many wonderful pets for adoption.
Directions to the Animal Protective Foundation: