Jillian is a precious, very loving 1 year old female. She is super sweet and affectionate. Gets along with other dogs and cats but especially loves humans. She will make a great family companion. This precious girl is truly a lap cat and totally a love muffin. I am the owner of LCFOA and fostering this angel with me and she is one of those hard to find cats that we all want that are all over you with love. Will follow you around like your her mother.
This precious kitty's adoption fee is $50 or two for $75 and includes; Spay/Neuter, Deworming, FVRCP & Rabies vaccinations, Advantage for fleas, and tested for FIV/Felv (negative). If you need a pet carrier to take your kitty home in, we sell a cardboard one at our cost for $10. 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 FREE new spring cat toy they just Love, 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. WOW what a DEAL!!!!!!
Our kittens and cats are in foster homes so you have to make an appointment to come visit. If you will please fill out our application first, then you will be approved before you visit and can take your new baby home with you. Please go to our website and click on the application button on our Website; http://www.loudoncountyfriendsofanimals.com/ If you have ANY problems downloading then please just email us so we can email you our few simple questions.
If you have any questions, please call Kimmey at 865-809-1400. You can also email us at LoudonCountyFOA@yahoo.com. LCFOA is an approved IRS 501(c)(3) non profit and a Tennessee Chartered Non Profit Corporation.
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