Peanut is a sweet, young tabby with a cute smile…. She wants to love and be loved by you, and will sometimes surprise us with her charming ways when strangers come into the Cat Adoption Room....she will shyly, but sweetly, allow these strangers to pet her. And she will love them back! She may always be a tab skittish, but then, we've seen her blossom so much since she came to us as a 'feralish' kitten, she may eventually want to be her family's official 'greeter at the door'. Whenever I come in the door she gives me 'happy tails'.....the quivery way to say she is glad to see me. She is 2 years old and has spent her entire life now in our adoption room. She wants her own home. All cats have been spayed or neutered, tested negative for FeLV/FIV and current on age appropriate vaccinations. For more information about adopting this pet, please contact our Adoption Coordinator, Alida at 865-617-3975 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org (Voice contact is preferred). You can find a copy of our adoption application at http://www.ppawspayneuterclinic.com/PDF/CatAdoption.pdf
The PPAW Spay/Neuter Clinic is a 501c(3) non-profit organization located in Greenback,TN whose mission is to provide low cost spay/neuter services to the residents of East Tennessee. Adoption fees help keep our surgery and vaccination prices low and affordable for all.
Cats, like all mammals, engage in play as youngsters and continue to do so even after they have grown up. Play is a complex learning activity that helps kittens develop social relationships and helps them hone their physical and mental skills. But it is also fun, which is why adult cat continue to do it. You can spend many enjoyable hours just watching with amusement as your cat plays. You may find her chasing imaginary playmates in her own world of make-believe. Try giving her a paper sack or a box with holes cut into it so that she can invent games for herself. But interactive play is best. How you and your cats play together is only limited by your imagination. Cats do not require expensive toys. The best toys are regular items such as ping pong balls (6/$1.50 at Wal-Mart), soda bottle caps, straws, and milk bottle caps.
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Our adoption fee is $50 (cash, credit or debit card only-no checks) and includes a Leukemia Test-we are a non-profit organization and we also accept donations. We always need Purina (only) Cat and Kitten Chow, clumping cat litter or dust-free clay litter, bleach and paper towels. All animals are spayed/neutered, wormed and up-to-date on age appropriate shots, prior to leaving our facility. PPAW is a low cost Spay/Neuter clinic; our daily hours change. Please call 865-856-7729 to check our schedule before coming over to meet this wonderful cat. We are usually open 10-5 M-F and 10-2 on Saturday. For more information about adopting this pet, please contact Alida at 865-617-3975 or email: email@example.com (Voice contact is preferred). You can find a copy of our adoption application at http://www.ppawspayneuterclinic.com/PDF/CatAdoption.pdf
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