I'm being cared for by: St Johns County Animal Control/Pet Center
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Princess
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
Color: Gray Or Blue
I am already spayed.
My name is Princess and I am a 3 year old female cat. I was brought in by my owners because they could no longer care for me. As this animal was a stray there may be some traits that are unknown at this time. Any new pet being introduced to a new home will need time to adjust to their new environment. Please reinforce house-training and behavioral training and be mindful of interacting with other pets. Come visit us today here at the Pet Center! #38087
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Our Adoption Process...
All cat adoptions at the St. Johns County Pet Center are $30 for males & $40 for females, which includes neutering/spaying, leukemia/aids testing, vaccinations and a micro-chip.
All dog adoptions at the St. Johns County Pet Center are $45 for males & $60 for females, which includes neutering/spaying, vaccinations, heartworm test and a micro-chip.
The Pet Center is located at 130 N. Stratton Road, just off US-1 between County Road 210 and International Golf Parkway. Our business hours are Tuesday through Friday 9:00am – 4:30pm & Saturday 9:00am – 4:00pm. We are closed to the public on Sunday. On Monday, the office is open but to the public it’s by appointment only to claim a lost pet. For more information, please call the Pet Center at 904-209-6190.
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