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Animal Safe Haven & Adoptions, Inc

Po Box 2773, Columbia, MD, 21075

Shelter Description

No-Kill foster system working to rescue abandoned, homeless and abused animals from our local MD communities. Registered 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Rescue. EIN # 46-4251348. Established in 2013.

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Cole

American Shorthair

Cole was given to us after her owner passed away and her owner's family couldn't bother to care for her any longer. Cole is a sweet, shy... show more

Cole was given to us after her owner passed away and her owner's family couldn't bother to care for her any longer. Cole is a sweet, shy girl and is slowly learning that not all humans are abusive/neglectful. Cole is currently recovering from a serious upper respiratory tract infection and should be ready to find her new family in September. Cole needs a quiet household where she can be the only cat and can blossom into the sweet companion she was meant to be. Cole is fully vetted, tested for FeLV and FIV, and UTD on her shots.  ----------- Interested in Adopting a kitty?! The first step in the adoption process is the adoption application which is located on our website rescueandadopt.org/adopt. It costs $15 to apply, and that $15 will be subtracted from the adoption fee, which is processed as a donation and eligible to be a tax write-off. Our website includes a lot of info, including a FAQ page with lots of answers. From there if all looks good we will contact you to schedule a meet and greet with you and the adoptable kitty. We are a foster system so we do not have a facility. Visits to meet an adoptable animal at a foster family is by appointment only. If all goes well at the meet and greet, the next step from there would be the home check and adoption visit where we bring the kitty with us to your home to ensure that you have all the basic supplies set up in an isolation/ introduction room. We can also help answer any additional questions you may have at this time. Then we would do the adoption paperwork and finalize the adoption.  show less

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Ferals for Farms!

Domestic Short Hair

Adopting Feral & Semi-Friendly Barn & Farm Cats FREE All Natural Organic Pest Control! We work mostly with TNR (Trap, Neuter/Spa... show more

Adopting Feral & Semi-Friendly Barn & Farm Cats FREE All Natural Organic Pest Control! We work mostly with TNR (Trap, Neuter/Spay and RELOCATE) of abandoned, stray and feral cats living in dangerous situations and locations. Living in sewers, on the streets, under bridges, in parking lots, beside highways and in non cat friendly neighborhoods are just some of the places we have rescued kitties from. We trap them using live traps or nets, and then get them much needed vetting - so no more kittens! When trapping cats we find that many times there are just one or two in the area, but most times there is a whole colony of 6-30 cats of various ages. For the kittens that are under about 6 months old we set them up indoors with a foster family, and work to socialize them to be placed in an indoor only forever home. For the older kitties that are set in their ways and not open to trusting people, they are placed at a barn foster until we find a forever farm for them to live the rest of their days out at. Forever farms do not have any fees for adopting and no adoption application. We require a minimum of 2 cats be relocated together. They may not be bonded, but this way they have a friend and companion that is also new to the area. We have many cats that are full on feral and will only been seen from afar once acclimated and released. But we also have many cats that are semi-friendly and are essentially just outdoor cats. When setting them up we provide a large cage to acclimate them to the area, as well as the initial necessary supplies: Litter box, litter, food, bowls, bedding. After a minimum of 3-4 weeks they are acclimated the kitties can be released from the cages. We then will pick up the cage and any unused supplies you do not wish to keep. Cats are fully vetted, including: tested for FeLV, FIV, intestinal parasites, up to date on rabies and FVRCP, spayed/neutered and ear tipped. We can, upon request, microchip the cats. Most cats are FeLV and FIV negative, but we do have a few that are FIV positive and healthy, and still need forever homes too! FIV positive cats can successfully and safely live with other cats! Ask us for more info! These cats make wonderful rodent, bird and pest control for farms, gardens, granaries, barns and any large properties including wineries, warehouses, dry docks, marinas, stables, nurseries, orchards, pet stores. Any place natural pest control is desired. We deliver!! Making it easy on you, we will come to you! Any location in MD, PA, VA, WV or surrounding areas. The farther from BWI area, the more cats we would prefer to place, as it's more gas mileage and time for our non paid volunteers. Please consider giving a second chance to a kitty that doesn't deserve to live day by day scavenging for scraps and being hunted by nasty people looking to torture them for the fun of it. Many stray, abandoned and feral cats are used for dog fighting bait so saving 2 today gives us the room to pull 2 more off the streets! Email us for more info! ASAHAmaryland@gmail.com or find us online at rescueandadopt.org We constantly have cats in need of barns, farms, wooded areas, warehouses, wineries, brewerys, churches... where ever they may be welcomed, cared for and safe. So the picture posted here is llikely not the kitty we have currently available. But we can send you pictures!  show less

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Kitten: Lenny

American Shorthair

Lenny was a kitten at large, rescued from the streets and healing quite nicely from roughing it outdoors. He's still making up for all t... show more

Lenny was a kitten at large, rescued from the streets and healing quite nicely from roughing it outdoors. He's still making up for all the meals he missed, but otherwise this sweetie is ready to find his forever family! Lenny is playful and friendly with other cats. He would probably be fine with a friendly dog also. Lenny is fully vetted, tested for FeLV and FIV, and UTD on his shots.  ----------- Interested in Adopting a kitty?! The first step in the adoption process is the adoption application which is located on our website rescueandadopt.org/adopt. It costs $15 to apply, and that $15 will be subtracted from the adoption fee, which is processed as a donation and eligible to be a tax write-off. Our website includes a lot of info, including a FAQ page with lots of answers. From there if all looks good we will contact you to schedule a meet and greet with you and the adoptable kitty. We are a foster system so we do not have a facility. Visits to meet an adoptable animal at a foster family is by appointment only. If all goes well at the meet and greet, the next step from there would be the home check and adoption visit where we bring the kitty with us to your home to ensure that you have all the basic supplies set up in an isolation/ introduction room. We can also help answer any additional questions you may have at this time. Then we would do the adoption paperwork and finalize the adoption.  show less

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Lex

Domestic Longhair

Lex's prior owner passed away and there was no one to take care of Lex, so he came to us. Lex is super affectionate and loves rubbing hi... show more

Lex's prior owner passed away and there was no one to take care of Lex, so he came to us. Lex is super affectionate and loves rubbing his face on you and being petted! He has a very majestic appearance and he’s a total love bug. He also likes the company of other kitties - if they are in the house he will make them his friend! Lex had some dental issues when he came to us and those are in the process of being treated.  Lex is fully vetted, tested for FeLV and FIV, and UTD on his shots. His estimated sge is 5-7 years old.  ----------- Interested in Adopting a kitty?! The first step in the adoption process is the adoption application which is located on our website rescueandadopt.org/adopt. It costs $15 to apply, and that $15 will be subtracted from the adoption fee, which is processed as a donation and eligible to be a tax write-off. Our website includes a lot of info, including a FAQ page with lots of answers. From there if all looks good we will contact you to schedule a meet and greet with you and the adoptable kitty. We are a foster system so we do not have a facility. Visits to meet an adoptable animal at a foster family is by appointment only. If all goes well at the meet and greet, the next step from there would be the home check and adoption visit where we bring the kitty with us to your home to ensure that you have all the basic supplies set up in an isolation/ introduction room. We can also help answer any additional questions you may have at this time. Then we would do the adoption paperwork and finalize the adoption.  show less

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Mat the Cat

American Shorthair

Mat came to our rescue when his owner passed away. He is in perfect health (aside from a seasonal sneeze) and has the most adorable disp... show more

Mat came to our rescue when his owner passed away. He is in perfect health (aside from a seasonal sneeze) and has the most adorable disposition. Mat always chirps and meows in greeting when his human walks in the room, and enjoys pets and playtime. Wet food time is his favorite, but he also enjoys cardboard box time and cardboard scratcher time.  Mat is generally low-energy, opting to lay nearby his human while they work, though sometimes he enjoys jumping to the top of the bookcase to observe his domain, and occaisonally indulging the cat gods with a sacrifical item knocked off the bookcase...  ;) Mat is up to date on his shots and tested negative for FeLV and FIV.    Interested in Adopting a kitty?! The first step in the adoption process is the adoption application which is located on our website rescueandadopt.org/adopt. It costs $15 to apply, and that $15 will be subtracted from the adoption fee, which is processed as a donation and eligible to be a tax write-off. Our website includes a lot of info, including a FAQ page with lots of answers. From there if all looks good we will contact you to schedule a meet and greet with you and the adoptable kitty. We are a foster system so we do not have a facility. Visits to meet an adoptable animal at a foster family is by appointment only. If all goes well at the meet and greet, the next step from there would be the home check and adoption visit where we bring the kitty with us to your home to ensure that you have all the basic supplies set up in an introduction room. We can also help answer any additional questions you may have at this time. Then we would complete the adoption paperwork to finalize at the time of adoption.  show less

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Nugget

Domestic Shorthair

Nugget is like a nugget of gold, only showing his shining personally to those who put in the time to unearth his value. Nugget is a bit... show more

Nugget is like a nugget of gold, only showing his shining personally to those who put in the time to unearth his value. Nugget is a bit shy at first but he's a total sweetheart once he gets comfortable. If encouraged, he will sit on your lap for pets and cuddles. Otherwise he loves curling on the softest blanket he can find. Nugget loves to play and he's currently fostered with one other cat who doesn't like him, but he is determined to become best buds with them!  Nugget is fully vetted, tested for FeLV and FIV, and UTD on his shots.  ----------- Interested in Adopting a kitty?! The first step in the adoption process is the adoption application which is located on our website rescueandadopt.org/adopt. It costs $15 to apply, and that $15 will be subtracted from the adoption fee, which is processed as a donation and eligible to be a tax write-off.Our website includes a lot of info, including a FAQ page with lots of answers. From there if all looks good we will contact you to schedule a meet and greet with you and a the adoptable kitty. We are a foster system so we do not have a facility. Visits to meet an adoptable animal at a foster family is by appointment only. If all goes well at the meet and greet, the next step from there would be the home check and adoption visit where we bring the kitty with us to your home to ensure that you have all the basic supplies set up in an isolation/ introduction room. We can also help answer any additional questions you may have at this time. Then we would do the adoption paperwork and finalize the adoption.  show less

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Princess Diana

American Shorthair

Princess Diana was found with a feral colony shortly after giving birth to what seemed to be her first litter of kittens. We brought her... show more

Princess Diana was found with a feral colony shortly after giving birth to what seemed to be her first litter of kittens. We brought her and her kittens in and got them fixed up and now it's this girl's turn to become a queen!  Diana is very sweet, cuddly, and playful - definitely not meant to be in a feral colony. She enjoys calm children and is great with other cats and dogs, as long as they are calm too. Diana is up to date on her shots and tested negative for FeLV and FIV.    Interested in Adopting a kitty?! The first step in the adoption process is the adoption application which is located on our website rescueandadopt.org/adopt. It costs $15 to apply, and that $15 will be subtracted from the adoption fee, which is processed as a donation and eligible to be a tax write-off. Our website includes a lot of info, including a FAQ page with lots of answers. From there if all looks good we will contact you to schedule a meet and greet with you and the adoptable kitty. We are a foster system so we do not have a facility. Visits to meet an adoptable animal at a foster family is by appointment only. If all goes well at the meet and greet, the next step from there would be the home check and adoption visit where we bring the kitty with us to your home to ensure that you have all the basic supplies set up in an introduction room. We can also help answer any additional questions you may have at this time. Then we would complete the adoption contract to finalize at the time of adoption.  show less

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Rufus

American Shorthair

Rufus was found by TNR rescue volunteers on the roof of an abandoned house in Baltimore City while they were working in an alley. They h... show more

Rufus was found by TNR rescue volunteers on the roof of an abandoned house in Baltimore City while they were working in an alley. They heard loud meows from a roof & saw him stuck. The neighbors said he’d been on the roof for about a week and one of them helped catch him and bring him to us! Rufus is FIV+ but it doesn’t affect him! With regular vet care, FIV+ cats live long, healthy and normal lives - and yes, they can live with other kitties without risk of infecting others.  Rufus looooooves attention and gets along fine with other cats.  He's good with older kids and friendly dogs too. Total love bug!! Playful and sweet! If you want the kitten energy and love in a big cat he is your boy. Rufus is fully vetted, tested negative for FeLV, and UTD on his shots.  ----------- Interested in Adopting a kitty?! The first step in the adoption process is the adoption application which is located on our website rescueandadopt.org/adopt. It costs $15 to apply, and that $15 will be subtracted from the adoption fee, which is processed as a donation and eligible to be a tax write-off. Our website includes a lot of info, including a FAQ page with lots of answers. From there if all looks good we will contact you to schedule a meet and greet with you and the adoptable kitty. We are a foster system so we do not have a facility. Visits to meet an adoptable animal at a foster family is by appointment only. If all goes well at the meet and greet, the next step from there would be the home check and adoption visit where we bring the kitty with us to your home to ensure that you have all the basic supplies set up in an isolation/ introduction room. We can also help answer any additional questions you may have at this time. Then we would do the adoption paperwork and finalize the adoption.  show less