Name My Adoption Fee! I'm Fully Vetted!
Hi, I'm Franklin. My estimated birthday is 9/5/2011. I love to be near my people, and I am the quintessential lap cat. Smart, alert, and curious, I sometimes think I am a dog because I have the unique talent of playing fetch! Whether you work away from the home all day, or want a lap cat to hang out with you all day at your computer, I'm flexible and would do fine with either. My chill nature means I'd love a relaxed home that suits my mellow personality. I promise I'll be quiet in return... I'm not a vocal cat (though I love to purr). I do well with mellow dogs and cats who are gentle and docile, and have lived with both. I would love a fur-ever home to call my own. Could it be with you? Complete an adoption application at: www.petprojectrescue.com/adopt/adoption-application
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LET'S MEET! If you plan to meet with this pet, please email Pet Project Rescue at Office@petprojectrescue.com in advance to verify that the animal will be present at our scheduled event. Visit www.petprojectrescue.com for a full list of event dates!
ADOPTION FEE: All of our cats are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, Feline Leukemia/FIV tested, de-parasited & micro-chipped before being adopted out. Pet Project Rescue cats must remain indoor cats at all times, and we have a no declaw policy. Name my adoption fee! We are required to charge MN sales tax. All applicants must meet our adoptable cats in person. We do not ship any of our animals to adopters. Please plan accordingly to pay for the adoption fee with a credit or debit card online. Thank you and please contact us with any questions.
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