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My name is Captain Grimshanks!

Domestic Longhair Cat for adoption in Greensboro, North Carolina - Captain Grimshanks
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I'm being cared for by:
Guilford County Animal Services

Facts about Captain Grimshanks

  • Breed: Domestic Longhair
  • Color: Gray Or Blue
  • Age: Senior
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 07121754
  • Hair: Long
Captain Grimshanks is a handsome 9 year old cat who is looking for his new family after being picked up as a stray.

About Guilford County Animal Services

About Our Shelter...

The Guilford County Animal Shelter is an open door, county run facility that rehomes stray, unwanted, abandoned, and surrendered animals.

Come Meet Our Pets...

The Guilford County Animal Shelter is located at 4525 West Wendover Ave. in Greensboro, NC
We are open Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 12-6pm, and Sunday from 1-5pm. The animal shelter is closed on Tuesdays, however staff are available to answer phone calls.
We do host off site adoption fairs, please visit our Facebook page, Guilford County Animal Services, to find out where our next adoption fair will be held.

Our Adoption Process...

The Guilford County Animal Shelter houses many wonderful animals who are waiting for their new homes.
We recommend that you come out to the shelter any time during our open business hours to spend time with the shelter animals.
Once you've picked a dog or cat you'd like to adopt we have a three page application you'd need to fill out, if you rent your home we would need to verify a pet policy with your landlord, and if you have other pets you'd need to provide proof of an up to date rabies vaccine. We require a valid government issued photo ID for any individual who wants to adopt an animal from the shelter.
Adult dogs are $95.00 to adopt, puppies under 6 months of age are $150.00; adult cats are $50.00 to adopt, and kittens under 6 months of age are $105.00. The adopt fee is due when the adoption application is turned in.
If the animal you've chosen to adopt is already spayed or neutered they can go home with their new families the same day; if the animal is not yet spayed or neutered it would have to stay at the animal shelter until it can be altered.