ADAPO is a non-profit group, established in May 2004 in Olhão, with a mission is to improve the living conditions of the animals. It is dedicated to reducing the local feral population of cats and dogs by neutering and rehoming. Can you help?
Hi! I'm called Marmelada. Obvious really, it's because I'm a sweetie. I was rescued from a well in the outskirts of Fuseta. I must have been there several days before someone heard me crying and called the bombeiros. And then I was taken to the ADAPO* cat shelter: so many cats! Well, that was almost as traumatic! but I've been there for a year now, and I'm very calm.
These days my main hobbies are eating and lying around in the sunshine. I mean, I can get animated if you throw a toy for me to play with, but I'm quite laid back and good natured. If you were to adopt me, I would come to greet you at the door, and I would probably come to your lap when it's a bit chilly. I'd expect you to make a fuss of me.
I'm a neutered male, I have a chip and I've been vaccinated against rabies. If you'd like to know more, you can email, firstname.lastname@example.org You can also find more photos and videos of me on our Facebook page, in Portuguese and English.
Hello! I'm Mimí, a soft, female tabby who loves cuddles. In fact, when you approach me, I'll rise up on my back legs to meet your stroking hand. Once upon a time, I lived in an apartment, but my owner left me and I would so much like to have a second chance...
I'm a neutered adult, of about four or five years. I'm independent and calm, and despite living with other cats in the ADAPO cat shelter, I'd prefer to be the "only child" in a welcoming family. I have to say that I know I could adapt to a loving home and I love a warm lap.
I'm ready for adoption, and ADAPO will help deal with the chip and tests to ensure that I'm in peak health for you. To know more, email: email@example.com or see our Facebook page.
See more info on ADAPO and the cats available for adoption on the ADAPO Facebook page.
*ADAPO, or Associação pela Defesa dos Animais e Plantas de Olhão, is a local non-profit group established in 2004 by Célia Caravela.