My name is Olive!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Alpharetta, Georgia - Olive
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Crabapple Knoll Pets for Adoption

Facts about Olive

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Gray Or Blue
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Female
  • Hair: Short
Domestic Shorthair, grey, spayed female, 9 pounds, DOB: 03/26/2014. Olive is a sweet, charcoal girl who had a rough start in life. She has an old eye issue that is fully healed and makes her that much more unique. She is FIV/FELV negative and microchipped. Olive will meow as soon as she recognizes you and loves to be petted. At this point in time, however, she would rather not be picked up…she prefers to come to you. She would benefit from a patient and kind handler who is willing and able to invest a little time and TLC to help her conquer her shyness. Once she gets to know you, Olive will eat out of your hand and keep you company. She is a super sweet girl who is quite playful and full of life. She loves being scratched and will roll on her back so you can pet her belly. She would do best in a home where she is the only cat or living with other submissive and calm cats. This charcoal beauty deserves a wonderful forever home. Please consider making her a part of your world. If you would like to meet her, stop by Crabapple Knoll Veterinary Clinic, Alpharetta, GA

About Crabapple Knoll Pets for Adoption

About Our Rescue Group...

Our Stray Program began in 1988, with one dog named Redman. He was rescued by a client who indicated that he had belonged to a homeless man. The man had since disappeared, and the red Chow was ill and now living on his own. We brought him to our Clinic and named him Redman. He tested heartworm positive, was treated for that condition and was also neutered. One of our Veterinarians fell in love and adopted him. Unfortunately, Redman did not live long due to heartworm disease, but enjoyed several great years with his new owner. It was because of Redman that our Stray Program for sick and injured animals came to fruition. We began a fund to support the Program and, since then, have found many sick and injured pets their forever homes! Thanks to Dr. Joe Gaston, we are able to continue our work to help sick and injured strays, and have the opportunity to give back to our pet community!

Come Meet Our Pets...

Our Clinic is located at 12604 Crabapple Road, Alpharetta, Georgia 30004. Our hours of operation are Monday-Friday 6:30AM to 9PM and Saturday-Sunday 8AM to 5PM. We have a few adoption events at the Clinic each year. All of our adoptable pets may be visited at the Clinic at any time. However, if a pet is labeled as being fostered, please call ahead so we can arrange to have the pet available for you.

Our Adoption Process...

Our goal is to find good homes for all of the sick and injured pets we have, and to adopt them out in the best health possible. Each pet is fully vetted and cared for by our amazing Veterinary Staff! Our adoption fee is $125, which includes a spay or neuter, age appropriate vaccines, and a microchip. We offer a two week trial period, during which time you may return the pet for a full refund if the placement does not work out. We will accept a pet back after two weeks, but no refund will be issued. If a pet is returned after a longer time period we may require a $125 relinquishment fee. We do not perform home visits or have any particular adoption requirements, such as fenced yard. We do, however, reserve the right to turn down potential adopters if we feel like it will not be in the best interest of the pet.