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My name is Julia Grant!

Egyptian Mau Cat for adoption in Albemarle, North Carolina - Julia Grant
Photo 1 - Egyptian Mau Cat for adoption in Albemarle, North Carolina - Julia Grant
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Photo 3 - Egyptian Mau Cat for adoption in Albemarle, North Carolina - Julia Grant
Photo 4 - Egyptian Mau Cat for adoption in Albemarle, North Carolina - Julia Grant
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A.R.K. Animals Require (K)are Rescue

Facts about Julia Grant

  • Breed: Egyptian Mau
  • Color: Brown Tabby
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Female
  • Hair: Short
Julia Grant is the sweetest Egyptian Mau that you will ever find. She is a talker and will keep you entertained. She was rescued with her one kitten from Animal Control. Her kitten was adopted and Julia would love to have a home of her own. You could not ask for a more loving cat to join your family.

About A.R.K. Animals Require (K)are Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

We are a small private rescue that uses foster homes for the rescued cats, dogs, rabbits, Guinea pigs and other small animals. We rescue many senior and special needs cats and dogs. We rescue the "unadoptable" as well as the adoptable. We are trying to save Stanly County NC companion pets from euthanasia.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We have monthly adoption events at Our Lady Of Annunciation Catholic Church Office (Conference Room) We encourage everyone to come and meet and play with our companion pets.
Our Lady of Annunciation Catholic Church
416 N 2nd St
Albemarle, NC 28001

Our Adoption Process...

You will need to fill out an Adoption Contract.
The Adoption Fee is a Monetary Donation to A.R.K. Rescue so that we may continue to help homeless animals.
All cats/dogs/rabbits are spayed/neutered and fully vetted. Everyone comes with an adoption kit that includes their food (month's supply), toys, bed, scratching post/condo for cats.
All cats that are adopted are inside cats only.
All dogs are to live inside your home.
All rabbits are to live inside your home.