Hellloooooooo Handsome!!! LOOK at this Beautiful Boy, Emery!! Emery is a Siamese kitty with striking blue eyes and blue "points". Emery is about 5 years old, and is a *Major* Love Bug!! He loves to snuggle in bed or on the couch with you...loves for you to pet him and just purrs his little hearts out when you do!! This sweet and gorgeous li'l guy is also playful, and is a champion biscuit maker! Emery loves people and wants to be your favourite boy. He is also pretty possessive of his humans so Emery needs to be the only kitty in his home. If you would like to meet handsome Emery please call Heather at 626-513-6622.
Gurrs and Purrs is a private 501(c)(3) non-profit rescue organization. Our mission is to provide care and rehabilitation for dogs and cats that have been abandoned, abused and neglected and to provide as many of these deserving animals a second chance at loving permanent homes. We also stress the importance of educating the community regarding proper pet care including spay/neuter and micro chipping. Gurrs and Purrs relies solely on volunteers and individual donations.
We need volunteers and Donations both monetary and physical items please see our website for more informantion on How You Can Help, http://www.gurrsandpurrs.com/#!how-can-i-help, we have paypal set up on our webpages for monetary donations.
Donate to Our Rescue Group...
Come Meet Our Pets...
The Urban Pet Store at 900 Fair Oaks Ave, South Pasadena, CA 91030 Saturdays and Sundays from noon - 7 PM.
Our Adoption Process...
An application and adoption donation is required, please contact Heather Johnston at 626-513-6622 or come into The Urban Pet Store at 900 Fair Oaks Ave, South Pasadena, CA 91030 Saturdays and Sundays from noon - 7 PM.
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