Lefty came to us when his family couldn't keep their home, and he and his brother Tommy almost found themselves in harms way. Tommy has found a wonderful new home but Lefty is still waiting patiently for his forever family. He is called Lefty because he has one white leg . He is a big handsome tuxedo that can walk gracefully across a table covered with breakables and not break a thing! He is playful, about 2 years old, neutered, combo negative and vaccinated. He may be a little bit Oriental Bombay with his almond shaped eyes. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 770-831-5513 to meet him.
Cat Rangers rescues kitty's that are facing eminent danger such as euthanization in a shelter or risk of abandonment. Every kitty we find a home for, allows us save another! For more information on CatRanger kitty's you can email us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or call 770-831-5513. Our adoption center, La Maison du Chat, is located in Buford, Ga.Our adoption fee's range from $125-$145 and include vaccines, Felv/FIV test, and spay or neuter, first 2 weeks of food. La Maison du Chat is a home built just for our rescued kitty's with no cages. The adoption experience is a very pleasant personal experience like sitting in your own living room with our wonderful loving furkids and a cup of tea or coffee if desired. Our center is open from 12-6 on weekends and Tuesday and Thursday, and we always accept appointments any day of the week.It is always best to call to let us know you would like to visit. La Maison du Chat is located at 289 W Shadburn Ave in Historic Buford, Ga. 30518 and our phone number is 770-831-5513.
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