Gifford Cat Shelter responded to the USDA’s recent abrupt decision to purge from its website inspection reports on thousands of commercial dog breeding operators (puppy mills), Tennessee walking horse show participants, roadside zoos, animal research labs, and other facilities regulated … Continue reading
If the thought of transporting your cat causes you to break out in a cold sweat, you are not alone! But we can retrain your cat to tolerate the stress of travel. Here are some tips: Leave the carrier, with … Continue reading
Anyone who has checked out the adoptable cats online prior to coming into Gifford would assuredly have noticed Scarlet. Scarlet has unique markings and is simply a beautiful cat. However, anyone who clicked on her information would have then realized … Continue reading
Spring Soiree and Silent Auction Join us for an evening of fun, entertainment, and shopping — all to help homeless cats! Our 10th Annual A Feline Affair, with this year’s theme “Spring Soiree and Silent Auction” — is our largest … Continue reading
COME MEET (AND ADOPT) YOUR TRUE LOVE! VALENTINE’S ADOPTION EVENT SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11 FROM 1-4PM Looking to find true love? This Valentine’s Day, give your love and your home to a cat. We have many wonderful cats who are waiting … Continue reading
The Gifford Shelter Benefit Wines are back! Order some delicious wine and help your favorite cat shelter while they are available. OFFER DETAILS: Pay a flat rate $10 to ship your wines to the Gifford Cat Shelter for local pickup. … Continue reading
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Vera: A Success Story
Shelly is bonded with Golden, so they must be adopted together. Shelly is kind and fun-loving. She loves treats and to play. She is shy but likes people, and is quickly learning to appreciate human touch. We believe that, with a gentle and patient person or family, she will do extremely well. Shelley is enrolled in Gifford's Socialization Program for Shy and Fearful cats, designed to help give our under-socialized cats a chance at a permanent family and home. She now accepts full body pats, chin rubs and head scratches! If you have any questions regarding this cat please feel free to get in touch with the shelter. Get the application HERE.
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The Gifford Cat Shelter is a cageless, no-kill facility founded in 1884 and sponsored by Ellen Gifford. The shelter is a pioneer in creating an environment that does not confine cats to small, movement-restricting cages.