Date of Birth: 12/8/13
Mertz was part of a litter of 4 living outside that an older lady was feeding and loving. She was told not to feed them anymore by the owner of the property. She called a volunteer, Emily, at Barrow County animal control to help so they would not end up in animal control. The lady, Ms. Mertz, took them to Leftover Pets, where they were all fixed at a much lower cost to help the lady. The kitties, including the mother, were taken in by different rescues. Ms. Mertz was trying to do anything to help them all because she loved them, hence Mertz was named for the lady who saved her. This beautiful and unique orange tabby girl would love to find a forever home. Could it be with you? Apply to meet her today and find out if it is a purr-fect match.
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