PCT provides top-quality veterinary care for program cats and keeps careful health and veterinary records from the date kittens enter the program through their entire lives. All PCT cats are spayed or neutered unless they are being considered for the PCT breeding program.
PCT cats are carefully socialized as kittens and gradually exposed to experiences and public places to make them calm and confident. Siberians are fearless, quiet, playful and calm. They can take up to 5 years to fully mature but remain playful throughout their lives. These cats love to be close to family members and get along great with children, dogs, cats and other animals. They are more likely to chirp or trill than meow. They are also very creative ad intelligent; Siberians are problem solvers. They are loyal, loving and enjoy playing fetch and other interactive games with their humans, which may be why some people say their temperament is dog-like. Siberians are mellow, relatively quiet cats.
Therapy Cats are provided to qualifying individual.
Purr-fect Cat Therapy formed the Purr-fect Cat Therapy / RA program, PCT Inc. pairs high quality trained PCT cats with qualified clients, Social workers * Residential coordinators * Occupational therapists * AAT Volunteer * .... who could benefit from therapy feline assistant.
We provide ongoing lifetime support and hands-on assistance to all of the Client- Therapy cat match.
Please Note: Therapy Animals are NOT Service Animals. A Service Animal as defined by the American with Disabilities Act is “individually trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of a person with a disability”. Service Animals are allowed in public places such as restaurants, retail stores, etc. Therapy Animals are NOT entitled to this same privilege. To learn more about Service Animals visit the Pet Partners , Love on a Leash national websites.
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