Hi, My name is Melody ( Melly) I was rescued from a overwhelmed farm when I was pregnant. I gave birth on 4/8/16 and my 6 beautiful kittens have all been adopted. I am only about 2 years old, just a kitten myself. I am a little shy at first but as soon as I get to know you I will melt. I am a companion cat, I like to sit next to my foster humans so I can get all the face and back rubs possible. I love pets and I will purr super loud when I get my face and back scratches. I also enjoy being brushed and I get along well with other cats. I like playtime as well, I love to chase feathers and stringy toys. The way to win my heart is by giving me boiled chicken as a treat :) I am available on foster to adopt basis as well. The perfect family for me is a calm family. I am liter box trained, and I eat soft and dry food. If you are interested in adopting or fostering me please complete an application online.
Adoption fees include:
Cats: Felv/FIV tests, worming treatments, flea prevention, earmite treatments, distemper vaccine/s, rabies vaccine (if age appropriate) and sterilizations.
Dogs: wormers, flea treatment, sterilizations, age appropriate vaccines and HW test.
ALL ADOPTION FEES ARE CASH ONLY.
For pre-approval to adopt please visit our website at https://gt-as.org/ and click on 'Adoptions'then scroll down to the the cat adoption application.
GTAS is a foster-based rescue organization.
Many of our cats are at the Roseville and St. Louis Park Petsmart stores. Our animals are available for meet and greets at the Petsmart stores. All adoptions are done on line by submitting an application at www.gt-as,org. Once your form is submitted, references and a background check will be done. An adoption coordinator will contact you and let you know if your application has been approved. Cats are also available for meet and greets at the Roseville Petco store.
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