already neutered, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with cats.
I am already neutered, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with cats.
Sully is a funny, silly, affectionate, sweet, friendly cat. Sadly, he is FIV positive but he has no symptoms. He is about a year old. Sully will entertain you and snuggle with you. He would love to have a home of his own before the holidays. Please consider adopting him as he can live a long normal life. His adoption fee is $55 which covers his neuter, microchip and his vaccines. Please email us at NAPR411@gmail.com Thank you!
We are a small group of Volunteers who help save pets from being euthanized and adopt them to loving homes. We use a system of foster homes to help the pets acclimate. We have to board pets when we don't have enough foster homes. We hope that one day all pets will have a home.
Come Meet Our Pets...
To meet our pets, we would set up a time that is mutually agreeable after we receive the application. We do adoption events in New Albany, Ohio.
Our Adoption Process...
To adopt from us: You fill out an adoption application and we do a vet reference. Your pets must be kept current on vaccines, spayed/neutered and receive monthly heartworm prevention. After meeting one of our pets, a home visit is required to see if all a good match. Our adoption fee is: $190 for dogs; Adult cats are $55 and Kittens are $95.
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