Name My Adoption Fee! I'm Fully Vetted!
Here's My Story: Hi, I'm Gideon. My estimated date of birth is 4.11.2016. I'm friendly with cats, dogs, kids, and adults, and I live with both big and small dogs, cats, and a toddler! I'm a special kitty because of my goofy and playful personality. I love to run around, explore, and play with my human and animals foster siblings. I am also a Manx kitten who was born with Manx syndrome, which means I have incontinence, but I wear preemie diapers which keep everything clean. I wear my diapers without issue, and changing is a breeze. Diapers are inexpensive and I don't need any medication. My foster mom say my needs are easy to manage, and I have the best personality so I'm totally worth it! If you would like to learn more about my needs, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. I would love a fur-ever home to call my own. Could it be with you? Complete an adoption application at: http://petprojectrescue.com/adopt/adoption-application/
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ADOPTION FEE: All of our cats are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, Feline Leukemia/FIV tested, de-parasited & micro-chipped before being adopted out. Pet Project Rescue cats must remain indoor cats at all times, and we have a no declaw policy. Name my adoption fee! We are required to charge MN sales tax.. All applicants must meet our adoptable cats in person. We do not ship any of our animals to adopters. Please plan accordingly to pay for the adoption fee with a credit or debit card online. Thank you and please contact us with any questions.
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