Date of Birth: 04/06/2014
I'm Shannon, it's so nice to meet you! Furkids rescued me and my four bundles of joy from animal control. Their names are Armuchee, Rosedale, Lindale, and Livingston. They've all gone on to their forever homes, and now it's my turn! I currently reside at the dog shelter because I am FeLV and FIV positive. Despite my illnesses, I'm still a sweetheart that enjoys every second of life! I love human affection and have been known to be quite entertaining. People use this word 'adorable' to describe me, whatever that means. I would love to become a part of your family, and would need to go to a home with no cats or other FeLV positive cats. I'm ready to know what it means to belong, and be loved by an adoring family of my own - apply to adopt me today!
The adoption fee for FIV+ cats is $0. That's right $0 for a full-vetted, healthy, spayed or neutered, micro-chipped kitty friend that happens to have FIV. But wait, there's more! Adopt an FIV+ cat and receive one-year of free-vetting at our Doraville cat shelter for this cat. We want to show you that FIV+ cats are just like every other cat. Let us prove it to you and adopt an FIV+ cat today!
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For more information on FIV, please click here:http://www.bestfriends.org/theanimals/petcare/cats_fiv.cfm
Our FeLuk cats have their very own special room at our dog shelter. You can come visit me during public hours every Wednesday (10-5), Thursday (12-7) and Saturday (10-5). The shelter is located at 1520 Union Hill Rd. Alpharetta, GA 30005. Please call 678-624-1003 if you have any questions. Also, my adoption fee is $0, plus I come with one year of FREE vetting!
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