I'm being cared for by: Greater Birmingham Humane Society
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Pumpkin
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
I am already spayed.
Hello there! I'm Pumpkin, a one-year-old brown tabby kitty girl who needs a new home. You see, my previous owner had too many pets, so they brought me here to GBHS to find a new place to live. Right now I'm trying to get used to my new surroundings so I'm a little shy. But I know that there is a "cat whisperer" out there who understands and will help me come out of my shell. Right now I'm by myself, but I'm willing to see how I'd do with other pets. I know my person is out there - so please come meet me. After all, it is Pumpkin season! Primary Color: Brown Tabby Weight: 6.44 Age: 1yrs 0mths 2wks
The Greater Birmingham Humane Society's mission is to promote the humane treatment of animals and people through education, advocacy and services.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Directions to shelter (300 Snow Drive): From south of Birmingham - I-65 North to Lakeshore Exit. Left onto Lakeshore Parkway (1 1/2 miles) and right on West Oxmoor Road. Turn right onto Snow Drive at the second traffic light. Follow Snow Drive around past the US Postal Office. You will see signs for GBHS at the bottom of our driveway (which is right before the second right-hand curve on Snow Drive). Follow the drive up to the building. **Snow Drive is a horseshoe which will take you back to West Oxmoor if you go too far. **
From north of Birmingham - I-65 South to West Oxmoor Exit. Right onto West Oxmoor Road. Turn left onto Snow Drive at the traffic light after Jack's Corporate Office and UPS. Follow Snow Drive around past the US Postal Office. You will see signs for GBHS at the bottom of our driveway (which is right before the second right-hand curve on Snow Drive). Follow the drive up to the building. **Snow Drive is a horse-shoe which will take you back to West Oxmoor if you go too far. **
For more information please call us at 205-942-1211. We are open Sunday from noon to 4:30 p.m.; Monday CLOSED; Tuesday-Friday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.; and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. for adoptions. Animal visitation ends 30 minutes before closing time to allow ample time for the adoption process.
Our Adoption Process...
Fees for adopting a pet at the GBHS are as follows:
* Puppies 6 months & under: $100 (already spayed/neutered) * Dogs over 6 months: $75 (already spayed/neutered). (With our Seniors for Seniors program, dogs age 5 and older may be adopted by senior citizens, age 55+, for $25.) * Cat or kitten: $50 (already spayed/neutered) * Rabbits: $25 (already spayed/neutered) * Ferrets: $50 (already spayed/neutered) * Guinea Pigs: $10 each or 2 for $15 * Hamsters: $10 each or 2 for $15 (includes a carrier)
The adoption fees include:
* Bath * Flea & tick preventive * Deworming treatment * Initial vaccinations * Rabies vaccination - for pets over 3 months * Feline leukemia test - for cats 3 months and older * Heartworm test - for dogs 6 months and older * Heartworm preventive - for dogs 6 months and older * Microchip, corresponding tag & registration * Additional medical care as needed * Spay/neuter surgery * Daily care
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