GARFIELD was found at the door of the shelter, abandoned in a cat crate. Why, why, why did his people not take the time to come during business hours and sign him over, so we would have history on him? He seems to be the nicest orange tabby in the universe, and he is neutered and easy to handle. His hold time is finally up and he can be adopted! He is long and on the large size. Please come and meet him or fill out an application.
Please start the adoption process with an application, found here: www.friendsofcampbellcounty.org
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