I've been a lover
I've been a rebel
Not quite a saint
Not quite a devil
I've been many things
but I've not yet been...
I've stolen food
I've stolen kisses
A little too curious
I've had some near misses
But the biggest adventure to me
is to be...
I've made some friends
My mom loves me dearly
But, see, she rescues
So there's not nearly
Enough love--just for me---
Casey was found as a kitten in a parking lot and was rescued along with his calico sister by a Planned PEThood of GA foster. He and his sister were sent to another foster for socializing. Casey is a beautiful boy and likes to think he rules the show. He initially did not like small children or dogs, but sometimes these things change as cat grow and mature. The best option for Casey would be a home with adults who are willing to give him time to adjust to his surroundings. If another cat is in the home, it would be best if that cat is active, playful and confident.
Casey is spayed, has tested negative for FIV and Feline Leukemia, has a microchip and is up to date on his shots. The fee to adopt Casey is $ 90.00
Planned PEThood hosts adoption events each week end at several locations. You can meet Casey on (Saturday / Sunday) at the Mall of Georgia Petco (Buford Drive in Buford).
Additionally, Planned PEThood hosts weekend adoptions at Petsmart in John's Creek (Corner of McGinnis Ferry Road and Peachtree Parkway in Suwanee) and Lawrenceville Petsmart (Lawrenceville Suwanee Road at HWY 120 in Lawrenceville).
If you would like to meet Casey or know which adoption site he will be attending this week, please call his foster, Kara at 678-862-4844.
Would you like to adopt Casey? Print and complete this application, then scan and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. It will be reviewed and the foster will then contact you. The application is located here: http://pethoodga.org/images/documents/PPHGA%20Cat%20Application-051414.pdf
To sponsor Casey, please donate here: https://donatenow.networkforgood.org/pethoodga
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