Thursday, February 3, 2011

"The Pet Beastro" And "A New Leash On Life" Team Up To Find Homes For Felines

  The Pet Beastro, 27637 John R Road, Madison Heights, Michigan and A New Leash on Life are teaming up to offer cat and kitten adoptions on the first and third Thursday of each month from 6 to 8 pm starting today! For a fee of only $65 per cat or $100 per kitten, people can adopt a feline friend that is healthy, spayed or neutered, vaccinated, and in some cases de-clawed in front. Adoption applications can be obtained at The Pet Beastro or at www.anewleahonliferescue.org.
A New Leash on Life currently has about 20 cats that are in foster homes that have been surrendered by their owners, or in some cases that have been found as stray cats,” says Jill Tack, Owner of The Pet Beastro. “Depending on the availability of the foster homes, we will have as many adoptable cats as possible at each adoption event for people to meet.”

According to Deb Eberhardt of A New Leash on Life, the cats are in foster homes and are learning to socialize with other animals, and learning home life. “We interview each prospective adoptee to see if they are a good fit for the pet for which they are interested,” says Eberhardt. “Once approved we do same day adoptions. We provide them a copy of all medical records for that pet. All of them are up to date on their shots, have all been examined by a licensed veteranarian, and have all tested negative for feline leukemia.

            The Pet Beastro specializes in healthy, holistic foods and treats for cats and dogs, such as like whole meats, grain-free diets, dehydrated vegetable and fruits, and organic options. The Pet Beastro is located at 27637 John R Road in Madison Heights, MI. For info about The Pet Beastro and  Jill Tack, please call 248-548-3448.

28 comments:

  1. It is good to see that there is an active attenpt to rehome the cats and giving them foster homes is a great way to get them used to having a furever home. The only thing that spoils this for me is this declawing which leaves them with no means of defence.

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  2. I wish I could shop at the Pet Beastro! Luckily, our vet sells lots of delicious holistic foods.

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  3. What a great way to promote pet adoption - a real joint effort.

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  4. @Hannah and Lucy "great minds think alike" that is the same reaction I initially had. I am vehemently opposed to declawing (especially in the front)....for the exact reason you said. The cat is utterly defenseless should it ever get out and possibly get into a fight. At least the article said "in some cases". If I read they all were I would be quite irate right now. Actually I need to shut up because I feel a rant coming on

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  5. @Daisy, cody will never know...he has to still eat Rabbit due to food allergies!

    @Mario...yes...it is! Thanks for stopping by guys!

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  6. Wes believes in rescuing kitties for forever homes! Me was a rescue, the brat Kozmo was a rescue and Mommy donates 15% of the profits from her kittie art to a no-kill foundation and gives them 2 big paintings for auction every year! It is so good to see other people support this too!

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  7. @Nellie yay!! We do too! Bobo was literally rescued off the streets from hiding under a car in the bitter cold for hours on end and my Cody was staying at a Rescue/Foster group who had animals up for adoption at a local Petco back in 2007....
    Your Mommy is AMAZING that she donates so much of her hard earned money to rescues!! Your Mommy is an Angel....and contrary to popular opinion (your Mommy's lol) you ARE TOO! xoxo

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  8. Awww great way to get the word out about pet adoption! We love our kitty!
    www.rebeccabany.com

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  9. Hope all the cats and kitties find their forever homes as soon as possible!!! They deserve a good home with lots of care and love.

    P.S. I'm a goat too, LOL!!!!!!

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  10. I just get heartbroken at the plight of the ferals and the abandoned cats. I so admire and try to support the feral cat caretakers in my community.
    Admiral's Mom

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  11. We love organizations like this and hope all their endeavors are 100% successful. Gooo Beastro!

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  12. @Lucy so do we and we hope the same! Thanks much for reading!

    @Admiral Hestorb we feel so bad too. I think it is admirable that you help the feral caretakers, etc...I wish I had a house so I could take all the kitties in myself!

    @Sammy and Andy Thank YOU!! xoxo

    @Priscilla, no wonder we get along so well!!!! lol! We are BOTH goats!!! OMG I love it! But you are a much more patient goat than I am :)

    @Rebecca thanks so very much! Thanks a million for your support!

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  13. Sounds like a great place
    Benny & Lily

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  14. Hello!
    Very good organization!

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  15. Sounds like a great event! I hope lots of kitties find their forever homes from it!

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  16. Wish you were closer to my home.
    I'm still expecting to see Bella's shadow beneath my bedroom door when I wake.

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  17. @Scrappy Grams, I wish you were closer too!! (((hugs)))

    @Catsparella me too!

    @Amin thanks much!

    @Benny and Lily yes it does!

    Thanks all for stopping by!! Hope you are all safe and warm (those of you who have tons of snow!)

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  18. Dear Caren, This is so nice ! I hope most of them got a new forever home : )

    My mom curious about dehydrated vegetable and fruits. Is that safe for cats ? because she used to read, Cat's body been created for just only meat !

    xxxx

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  19. Sounds like they make a great dynamic duo!

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  20. No my friend...there were three who thought that.
    xox much love and thank you for being our friend.<3

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  21. @Mr.Puddy that is a very good question, I am not sure. Maybe someone else can answer? I served salmon flakes to Bobo (when he was alive) I think those were dehydrated but not sure. I do think that meats and vegetables are best for kitties though. xoxo

    @Brian, I think so, or I hope so! :)

    @Admiral Hestorb...WHEW!! Glad I wasn't alone! lol. Much love to you too and we will ALWAYS be your friend! xoxoxo

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  22. We hope all those kitties can find furever homes!! Our Zoey was a rescue...mom trapped her outside our dad's store where she'd been hanging around for about 6 months. She was pretty wild...still is!!!

    We're gonna tell our mom to check out the Pet Bistro since she likes to feed us a grain-free diet. Ernie has allergies but he eats venison and peas food!

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  23. What a lovely thing they're doing, and you by promoting them!

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  24. It's sad to think of kitties with no homes. I hope they all find their forever homes soon.

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  25. @Alittlesprite thanks for stopping by and I hope so too!

    @Rumblepurr thanks much!

    @The Island Cats Cody has allergies just like Ernie! He eats rabbit/pea!! Yep check out the Pet Beastro (It really is Beastro, I thought it was Bistro too but it is Beastro) they are here in Michigan!

    @Yvonne, yes they are!

    Thanks all for stopping by! We love when you read and talk to us!

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