FieldHaven Receives $1,000 Senior Pet Adoption Assistance Grant

FieldHaven Receives $1,000 Senior Pet Adoption Assistance Grant

FieldHaven Feline Center, Lincoln, has received a $1,000.00 Senior Pet Adoption Assistance Grant from the Petfinder Foundation to assist with the adoption of Lawrence Longbottom.  The Petfinder Foundation Senior Pet Adoption Assistance Grant program is used to assist Petfinder members to help facilitate the adoption of senior pets. Grant funds must be used to help senior pets become adoptable by funding any of the following:  adoption fees, transportation to the adopter, assist the adopter with the cost of medication for the duration of the senior pet’s lifetime, spay/neuter surgery.  You can find Lawrence Longbottom and other adoptable cats from FieldHaven Feline Center at

The Foundation assists the 12,000+animalshelters and rescue groups that post their adoptable pets on A nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, the Petfinder Foundation helps adoption organizations find homes for the pets in their care through its Sponsor A Pet, Disaster Fund, Quality of Life and other programs. Since its founding in 2003, the Petfinder Foundation has given more than $20 million in cash and product grants to shelters and rescue groups in the United States, Canada and Mexico.

Just over a year ago Lawrence Longbottom’s life didn’t look so bright. He was wandering the streets of Sacramento and was a hot mess. He was taken to UCD for medical attention. The veterinary staff fell in love with him, and well that changed his life forever. UCD staff reached out to local shelters asking if they would take Lawrence Longbottom. Lawrence soon found his way to FieldHaven where he received the additional medical care he needed as well as a lot of love from FieldHaven staff and volunteers. Being a senior guy, Lawrence doesn’t race around the house chasing toy mice, instead he prefers to lounge on the couch with his person watching TV or sleeping at the food of the bed hoping to catch a glimpse of some birds flying by the window. Lawrence is the lap cat extraordinaire and is perfectly happy occupying a lap for the afternoon. If you are looking for a laid-back kitty companion and dedicated lap warmer please stop by and spend some time with Lawrence Longbottom. Just step into his room, put him on your lap and plan on staying for the day.

Lawrence is nine years old and FIV positively adoptable. His adoption fees are sponsored. Please visit this handsome boy at FieldHaven Feline Center, 2754 Ironwood Lane in Lincoln. Hours are Monday – Friday 10 AM – 5 PM (Tuesdays open until 6 PM) and Saturday noon – 5 PM. You can fill out an adoption application form here.

3 thoughts on “FieldHaven Receives $1,000 Senior Pet Adoption Assistance Grant”

  1. Erlynda Doyle says:

    My friend died very suddenly and her three 7yr old long-haired Siamese cats have nowhere to be placed. They are siblings and not easy to find a place for the three to stay together. If not placed/rescued immediately, they will be euthanized through fault of their own. They are in their empty home and are fed & watered by someone who cannot continue to do it. The house is now undergoing renovation so it will be sold. Please ~~ advise me on how to handle this situation.

    1. fieldhavenfelinecenter says:

      Hi Erlynda,
      Thank you for reaching out to us. Trish will be in touch with you regarding the matter in more detail. Thank you!

  2. Erlynda Doyle says:

    The Siames siblings, Boots, Cuddles & squeaky are fixed & vaccinated. They are in Madera,California.

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