Five reasons adult cats make great pets:

  1. Adult cats already know who they are, so what you see is what you get. Lap cat or playful, cuddly or independent, an adult cat never bothers to hide its true personality.
  2. Adult cats require less attention and supervision. They’re quiet companions. They have well-developed manners about the litter box and the scratching post.
  3. After a long day at work, you may just want to come home and curl up with a furry friend. An adult cat will be more than happy to sit with you after dinner and watch your favorite shows on TV. Adult cats are masters of serenity.
  4. Adult cats may sleep at the foot of your bed, under the bed, or snuggled in with you. They are generally happy to sleep when you do.
  5. Adult cats are usually better companions for the young and the elderly, as well as for any family that prefers quiet. Adult cats are more mellow and often more patient. They have experience with humans and have learned to live with us (lucky us!).

Featured Dog- Bruno


He thinks that he is a lap dog. He is smart, knows basic commands, and walks well on the leash.. Bruno loves and enjoys relaxing just next to you. He has not shown any aggression to any of our other dogs nor our volunteers. He loves to go for walks and will need lots of exercise. He does bark for attention. He is one of the nicest dogs you will ever meet.


There are not other dogs available at this time


Featured cats- Alan and Betty


These two cats were abandoned in a carrier together. We would love for them to get adopted together if possible. Betty is the shier of the two and likes to be petted and is learning to play with toys and be more trusting of humans. Alan is an outgoing purr machine who loves being with people and playing with toys. They are very calm and two  easy to care for cats.

Other available cats:

MC (Momma Cat) She lost her home when owner became ill. Round like a little ball. Loves to play and be petted.


If you’d like to visit with our adoptable pets, PLEASE CALL TO SET UP AN APPOINTMENT (702) 346-5268. The shelter is open, but an appointment is required prior to arrival. Thank you!


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