I'm being cared for by: Good Mews Animal Foundation
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Michelle
Breed: Domestic Mediumhair
Color: Gray, Blue Or Silver Tabby
already spayed, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
Michelle is a beautiful, sweet-natured torbie rescued from Lake Lanier last year. She had a congenital defect in her left eye, but had surgery to remove the eye while in foster care and has completely recovered. She is very friendly with other cats and loves people, but it takes a while to earn her trust. She is extremely playful and loves to be petted – especially on her back and tail - but does not like to be picked up or held. She adores her kittens, Iggy, Kiwi, and Boomer (born last May) and loves to play with them. She would love to be adopted with one of them, especially Iggy, but gets along exceptionally well with other cats and would make an excellent companion for a young cat or kitten. She cannot be the only cat in the household.
Good Mews offers an alternative to traditional animal shelters in the Metro Atlanta area by providing a no-kill, cage-free haven for homeless, abused, or abandoned cats until placing them in permanent, loving homes. Good Mews promotes public awareness regarding the value of pets, animal welfare, pet overpopulation, and quality human-animal companionship through education and outreach programs.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Good Mews is open every Saturday from 10 - 4, the first and third Sunday of the month from 1 - 4. In addition, we participate in many offsite adoption activities throughout the month. Check the Calendar of Events on our website for details!
Our Adoption Process...
Adoption information can be located on our website (www.goodmews.org). Adoption applications can also be downloaded from that site. We participate in the ASPCA Meet Your Match Felinality program.
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