They were adopted in May but the owner's mom moved in and unfortunately had allergies. These beautiful girls were orphaned as kittens and then lost their beloved family due to allergies. Even with all the disruptions and changing in their young lives, they are well-behaved and sweet girls. They have been together since birth and comforted each other through all the changes and tough times. Because they rely on each other for comfort, and are strongly bonded, we must ask that they be adopted together. It would be cruel to break them up. We WILL give a discount for adopting 2 or more kitties. Could you give them a forever home? They could brighten up your home with their energy and love in return. And, a home is the only thing they have asked for at this point. They just want to be part of a family again and know that they are safe and loved.
Sanibel is negative for FIV/FeLV, up-to-date on shots, spayed and microchipped. Her adoption fee is $ 90.00.
Planned PEThood hosts adoption events each weekend at several locations.
1) the John's Creek Petsmart (Corner of McGinnis Ferry Road and Peachtree Parkway in Suwanee)
2) the Mall of Georgia Petco (Buford Drive in Buford)
3) the Lawrenceville Petsmart (Lawrenceville Suwanee Road at HWY 120 in Lawrenceville).
If you would like to meet Sanibel or know which adoption site she will be attending this week, please call her foster, June McCloud, at 770-680-5519, or email at Ajune23@bellsouth.net.
Would you like to adopt Sanibel? Please print and complete this application, then scan and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. It will be reviewed and the foster will then contact you. The application is located here:
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