I'm being cared for by: Happily Ever After Green Bay Adoption Center
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Bailey
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
Color: Brown Tabby
already neutered, up to date with shots, and declawed.
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, and declawed.
Well, hello there! I'm Bailey, a handsome cat who knows how to get what he wants! My estimated birthdate is June, 2010. I'm a very smart guy who knows how to charm my way into the hearts of all the people that come to visit and take care of me! I'm especially talented at convincing them to let me run around and play when there are no other cats around to bug me! If you're looking for a single adult cat to bring into your home, I'm your man! I'm even four-paw declawed! Please stop by to meet me soon! Love, Bailey **Bailey is currently located at HEA's Green Bay Adoption Center, 2065 Holmgren Way. The Adoption Center is open weekdays from 6-8 pm, and weekends from 11 am-4 pm.
About Happily Ever After Green Bay Adoption Center
Through the work of the sanctuary and its education, adoption, rehabilitation, and spay/neuter programs, the mission of Happily Ever After is to provide both temporary and lifetime care to animals and bring about a time when all the companion animals born in to this world will be guaranteed a quality of life in a loving home.
Our Adoption Process...
1. Potential adopter must fill out an adoption application. (This includes a vet reference if you have a vet as well as three personal references.) 2. Potential adopter must meet and spend time with the animal they are interested in making a part of their family. 3. If approved for adoption, adopter must agree to the terms of the adoption agreement, which includes an adoption donation of $125 for cats ($175 for two cats), and $225 for dogs.
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