Sausha is a very handsome six-year-old male. He came to the shelter after having some trouble with his urinary tract. He will need to be on special urinary food that can be bought at most petstores. He is a talkative fellow and declawed in the front so will always need to be kept indoors. Thanks to these wonderful folks that are Brokers at Crye-Leike Realty Tellico Village "Paul and Linda Lou Stockinger", they have sponsored/paid this precious boy's adoption fee which is normally $84.
This precious kitty's adoption fee is FREE sponsored through LCFOA and includes spay/neuter, general deworming, FIV/Felv Testing, and FVRCPP vaccination. Also you get a bag of FREE Temptation treats, Blue Buffalo coupon package, a FREE educational coloring book for your kids, a FREE veterinary visit at any Banfield Hospital, a coupon for a FREE dose of First Shield flea/tick prevention with the purchase of a multi pack, and a FREE scratching pad coupon.
This offer is only through Loudon County Friends of Animals and an application is required. Go to our website at http://www.loudoncountyfriendsofanimals.com/. If you have any problems, just email us at LoudonCountyFOA@yahoo.com and we can email back our simplified application or call Kimmey at 865-809-1400.
This kitty is located at the Loudon County Municipal Animal Shelter located at 250 Jamie Drive, Loudon, TN 37774. Shelter is Open Monday thru Friday from 9 to 5, Saturdays 9 to 1 and Closed on Sundays and Holidays.
This ad was run by the Loudon County Friends of Animals and was not placed by the Loudon County Municipal Animal Shelter.
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