GiGi is a 4 year, female, Domestic Long Haired, Calico. GiGi's foster saved her from Baytown Animal Services where she was surrendered by her former owners. She is extremely laid-back, and she loves to snuggle up next to her foster mom and relax. GiGi would do anything for a nice long belly rub or a can of her favorite food! Her favorite thing to do is to play with her toys, and she cannot play with a toy that doesn't have catnip in it! GiGi is up to date on her vaccinations, spayed, microchipped, and searching for her forever home! If you're interested in adopting GiGi, please fill out our online adoption application! http://www.adopttosave.org/feline-adoption-application/
A Life to Live is an incorporated 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that was established in August of 2014 out of our love and passion for providing an opportunity and better quality of life for homeless animals. We offer a No Kill alternative that offers life saving programs and invaluable resources for homeless animals and the community.
Come Meet Our Pets...
All of our current Adoptables can be found on our website at www.adopttosave.org/adoptables/
If you're interested in meeting any of our Adoptables, please contact us and view our calendar of upcoming adoption events at www.adopttosave.org/events/
Our Adoption Process...
We require everyone interested in adopting to submit an online adoption application. Our traditional adoption fee for non-sterilized puppies/kittens is $75.00. Our traditional adoption fee for sterilized dogs/cats is $100.00. We run adoption promotions all throughout the year, so the fee does vary at times. We also require all applicants to sign an adoption contract and spay/neuter contract, if the animal has not already been sterilized.
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