Meet Lana

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Meet Lana2017-12-16T13:25:39+00:00

Lana

ID: H211408

Get to Know Lana

Lana was adopted as a kitten but was sadly surrendered when she started to have seizures. Since then she has had several seizures while in our care. Lana was diagnosed with cerebellar hypoplasia, a condition in which the cerebellum of the brain fails to develop properly, which her doctors believe is the reason for her seizures. Since being placed on several medications Lana has been doing very well, but she will need to be on the medication for the rest of her life to prevent seizure activity. As a member of our Pet Sponsor Program, Lana's medication will be completely covered at our Pet Health Centers. Lana is also visually impaired due to her condition, which makes her a little wobbly on her feet. Since Lana has an impairment, she can be sensitive, so we need an adopter who understands basic feline body language. She loves making biscuits in a cushy bed and loves her toys! She is so gorgeous, and she knows it! She craves love and affection, is very social, and would do well in a home with other pets! When visiting our Port Washington campus, please ask about meeting lovely Lana!

  • Can be both active and calm

  • Good with all pets

  • House-trained

  • Needs regular mental and physical enrichment

  • Good with kids 10+

  • Needs a home where there are always people around

  • Meet and greet recommended

Next Steps for Lana

All adoptions are subject to approval and you must be 21 or older to adopt. We cannot guarantee the selection of adoptable animals at the time of any appointment and animals cannot be held for your visit. Our experienced Adoption Counselors will make every effort to match you with your perfect pet.

Social distancing protocols will be observed while on campus and face masks must be worn at all times. In the event that there are too many people inside, visitors will be asked to wait in their cars and will not be allowed to crowd around the entrance or front of the building.

Adoption fees offset a fraction of the cost to save the animals in our care and prepare them for adoption into responsible, loving homes. This can include rescue transportation, wellness exams and vaccinations, spay/neuter, food and board, grooming and much more.

Our adoption fees are as follows:

Puppies (up to 6 months)
$375
Adult Dogs (over 6 months)
$125
Small Breed & Pure Breeds (over 6 months)
$300
Kittens (up to 6 months)
$125
Double Kittens
$200
Adult Cats (over 6 months)
$75
Double Adult Cats
$100
Where applicable, a $50 Spay/Neuter deposit is required for kittens, $75 for puppies. Please note that adoption fees at our mobile adoption locations may vary.

High-Quality Medical Care

For the first 15 days following your adoption, we care for an adopted animals in our medical center. An adoption counselor will provide any adopter with specific details on what medical services are covered. After this period, adopters can transition to our Pet Health Center where our high-quality veterinary care continues.

Our Pet Health Center

We offer low-cost, high-quality veterinary care to all dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens—including pets not adopted here. Our quality veterinarian team provides all the services you would expect from a private veterinary practice, and when you visit our Pet Health Center, not only do you receive low-cost pet care, but proceeds help support our mission to save lives.

Discounted Specialty Services at The Animal Medical Center (AMC)

North Shore Animal League America has partnered with The Animal Medical Center (AMC) in New York City to provide high quality specialty veterinary services for our adopters at a discounted rate. Every North Shore Animal League America adopter is issued a special tag that entitles the adopter to 20% off any specialty medical services. Simply show your tag when you check in at AMC and 20% will automatically be deducted from your final bill.

Training and Behavioral Services

Our talented group of dog trainers—and cat trainer— help adopters smoothly transition their new pet into their home. We also provide puppy training classes in our Little Learners school. Learn more about our on-campus puppy training.

Pet Supply Store

We know that there are things you’ll need to bring your newly-adopted pet home and items you’ll need to continue to care for your pet. The good news is that the prices in our Pet Supply Store are often lower than some of the large, discount chain stores, and our store is staffed by knowledgeable, animal professionals who can answer all of your pet care questions. Best of all, all proceeds benefit our animal welfare programs and help us save more lives.

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Location & Hours

North Shore Animal League America
25 Davis Avenue
Port Washington, NY 11050

Phone
516-883-7575

Hours
The Alex and Elisabeth Lewyt Canine Adoption Center and Bianca’s Furry Friends Feline Adoption Center are open daily from 10:00am to 6:00pm with no appointment needed.

Social distancing protocols will be observed while on campus and face masks must be worn at all times.

Holiday Hours
December 24 - Christmas Eve
10:00am to 6:00pm
December 25 - Christmas Day
Closed

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