already spayed, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
Pile of cats…Lillian can often be found as a “building block”, all curled up and cuddling with everybody while everyone purrs in unison. Found as a stray, Lillian was at first very scared, always running away from everyone. Since then, she is starting to turn around thanks to consistent one-on-one interactions from our socialization group. As a no-kill organization, it is our mission to help them trust people and of course we are always looking for these special homes, willing to give a more reserved cat a home. Everybody that has always says that the rewards are just so overwhelming every time they take that step, meowing at you, rubbing against you, etc. That’s exactly what is happening with Lillian now. If things are quiet, she is starting to enjoy some gentle petting. The break-through has happened! Now what she really needs is to find a home with people, compassionate and willing to be patient with her, in return Lillian promises to be a great friend to your cat(s) and to surprise you when you least expect it with her taking the first (of many as most people will attest) step of showing you that she trusts you and enjoys her new life.
Save-A-Pet is a not-for-profit, no-kill adoption center dedicated to finding loving, quality homes for each cat and dog in its care. Our adoption center strives to create an environment which enhances both awareness of and support for the humane treatment of animals.
Our Adoption Process...
For adoption information, hours, please visit www.saveapetil.org/aboutus.asp Adoption fees are $125 for a dog 7 years or older, $150 7months up to 7 years, $250 for a puppy under 7 months, $100 for a cat, and $125 for a kitten. Please ask about our special adoption rate for pairs!
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