Date of Birth 06/22/2012
Are you ready for a little story about how a sweet and handsome guy like me became a Furkid? It all started one day when Furkids saw me posted on the Facebook page for an animal control location in Athens, Georgia. The animal control staff raved about what a sweetheart I was, and BEGGED for someone to please come to my rescue. What did Furkids do? What they do best of course - SAVED ME! The staff was so grateful that they cried tears of joy as I left for my chance at a happily ever after. Just think about that for a minute. To be able to bring the staff at animal control to tears, where they see the unfortunate end to so many animal lives, is a big deal. They've been through it before, time and time again - yet my sweet disposition and stellar personality is one that they couldn't bear to lose. I must be pretty special, huh?!
Now that I'm officially a Furkid, I can't WAIT to meet my forever family. The Furkids volunteers know me as an adorable chunk of love and affection! Let me spoil you with my adoration, brighten up your home with my luxurious orange coat, and call you MY human. Give me the chance to know what it's like to have a family - I promise, you won't be sorry. I'm so grateful for this second chance at life and can't wait to go home forever! Fill out an application with my name on it 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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