already spayed, in need of an experienced adopter, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
I am already spayed, in need of an experienced adopter, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
Karina - was rescued from the outdoors, but now she loves being an indoor kitty. She can be a little quirky at times but once she trusts you she loves being petted and loves"butt rubs". She gets along with other cats,but she could do well as the only cat. She loves food a lot, so she has to be monitored as to intake. Karina is now about 2-3 years old, spayed, shots, Leukemia neg. Adopter should have a vet reference. Please call Linda: 610-737-4057.[8-28-12]
Adopting a pet is a lifetime commitment, So you want a reliable organization. Forgotten Felines and Fidos has been serving the Lehigh Valley and surrounding areas since 1989 and has years of experience behind its dedicated volunteers. This no-kill animal shelter is nestled in the beautiful countryside of Germansville, PA
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Adoptions at our shelter in Germansville PA Saturdays-12:00-4:00PM 6022 Mountain Rd, Germansville, PA 18053 Shelter number: (610) 760-9009
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We require potential adopters to fill out a questionnaire and then when adopting, sign an adoption contract. Our fee is $50 for cats that are 4 mo and older. $70 for kittens. $20 is refundable upon completing the spay/neuter. All cats are microchipped before going to their new home. Adoption questionnaire is available on our website.
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