Reason for surrender: stray
Animal ID#: A31850280
PROJECT MEOW OF WEST PHILADELPHIA
c/o Calvary Center for Culture and Community
801 S. 48th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19143
Personality Type: Private Investigator: curiosity knows no bounds and is always finding the hidden nooks and corners of your home.
Description: Hi there. My name is Joanelle and I have some personality if you want to know the truth. A picture speaks a thousand words. If you want a cat who loves to get into your dresser drawers when you leave them open or on your desk while you are working, then I am the cat for you. I am very playful, but I don't like other cats. I kind of like getting all the attention to myself if truth be told. I will jump on the bed and flip over on you at night if you don't mind. Dogs are cool. I will just put them in their place like I do with the resident dog I am currently living with. So, in summary, if you want a curious, fun and playful cat, then I am the queen for your house.
Joanelle is spayed, FeLV negative and FIV positive, current on shots, treated for fleas and worms, microchipped and is litter box trained.
Adoption fee: $50.00
Single kittens must be adopted with another cat/kitten or into a home that has a playful cat or dog for company.
To adopt please complete and return a PAWS adoption application to ProjectMEOWAdoptions@gmail.com or mail it to us at PO Box 32078, Philadelphia, PA 19146. The adoption application is available at the Baltimore Pet Shoppe, or online at direct link at http://tinyurl.com/PMAdoptionApp
For additional information, contact us at email@example.com
Please use my number A31850280 when applying to adopt this cat.
This cat is being fostered through the partnership of Project Meow and PAWS.
Project MEOW is a 501(c)3 non-profit animal rescue organization and is dedicated to saving the lives of West Philadelphia's homeless, abandoned and unwanted animals.
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MORE ABOUT JOANELLE
House trained • Spayed/Neutered • Current on vaccinations • Prefers a home without: Cats • Primary Color(s): Gray, Blue or Silver • Coat Length: Short
(posted by st 10-4-16)
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