Cinder is a sweet young guy that is always ready for adventure! He is happy, curious and sure little to brighten up your home and life with his adorable kitten antics. All he asks in return are plenty of toys, a comfy bed, and lots of love! Come meet Cinder today!
He has been neutered and given age appropriate vaccinations, dewormed, given flea/tick prevention, disease testing for FeLV & FIV, a 24Petwatch microchip, and his adopter will receive 30 days of Pet Emergency Insurance.
Georgia SPCA is an adoption agency that rescues dogs and cats from GA shelters that are in danger of euthanasia. Once we pull an animal, it is vaccinated, quarantined for health reasons, dewormed, treated for fleas & ticks AND spayed or neutered prior to being placed up for adoption. We spay and neuter ALL of our pets including puppies and kittens.
Come Meet Our Pets...
We are open M-F 11-7, Sat 11-5 and Sun 1-4. The GA SPCA is on Buford Hwy is between McGinnis Ferry Rd. and Sugarload Parkway. We also have cats and kittens available for adoptions daily at the Flowery Branch Petsmart.
Our Adoption Process...
We begin our process with an adoption application. Once approved we sign a contract with the adopter. There is an adoption fee which varies depending on what type of pet. Our adoption fees help us pay for normal business expenses and animal care such as spay/neuter, vaccinations, Feline Leukemia and FIV testing for cats, Heartworm testing for dogs, deworming, flea & tick prevention, heartworm prevention and microchips.
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