Karen is a gorgeous grey girl who has had an unfortunate life. She arrived to the shelter a couple of years ago as a young kitty. After months and months of waiting in a cage, she was adopted. Unfortunately, Karen arrived back at our shelter in bad shape: covered in fleas, with open areas and scabs from her scratching, as well as areas of hair loss from her stressful life. Sweet, loving Karen deserves better! She is a wonderful cat who just wants a little love and attention. She is very affectionate and will rub up against you asking for some attention and showing you her affection. The veterinarian thinks that Karen has a significant flea allergy, so it is imperative that Karen must be kept on monthly flea prevention so that she can remain a healthy, beautiful girl with clear skin and a gorgeous full grey coat. Karen is a wonderful, loving cat who deserves a great family who will care for her and protect her from those pesky fleas! Can you be her new family?
It is an $85 adoption fee to adopt a cat or kitten and includes spay/neuter, FIV testing, Feline Leukemia testing, Heartworm testing, de-wormer, rabies, microchip, and a general health exam. No profit is generated from the adoption fee.
Adoption applications can be filled out online at:http://www.inapl.org/adoption-application.html
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The Animal Protection League shelter is located at 613 Dewey Street, Anderson, IN 46016
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