Due to their start in life, this cat is considered to be feral and will need an experienced forever family. Please be aware that they will thrive best in a calm home, and will need time to acclimate to their new environment. With the right amount of patience and attention, feral cats can become social and loving furkids.Date of Birth: 5/24/2008
David is a gray and white tuxedo boyQuite handsome we must say.He’s looking for a safe homeWith a great kitty buffet.David has been a FurkidFor quite a while.But when he has a forever homeWe may just see him smile.David is a bit shyBut with some patience he could just beA truly great petGive him a chance and you’ll see.
Furkids was founded in 2002 and has become Georgia's largest, no-kill, cage-free animal shelter. We care for approximately 500 animals a day. We operate a beautiful and fun shelter for our cats, as well as a foster home network for our dogs and kittens and special needs animals, and our seven retail adoption centers. Volunteers and donations are always needed to help keep things running at the highest standard. Come join our family - we have a great time saving Georgia's homeless animals together! We also operate an amazing thrift store six days a week in Norcross! We appreciate your donations for the store. Visit www.furkids.org for more details.
Come Meet Our Pets...
We conduct tours and meet and greets at our shelter by appointment. Adoptions are done seven days a week and the cats at our adoption centers can be seen during store hours. The first step is to complete an online application so an adoption counselor can contact you.
Our Adoption Process...
Please complete our online application. Once received, an adoption counselor will contact you to discuss the animal(s) you are interested in and discuss your application. Visit www.furkids.org for a listing of our requirements and adoption fees.
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