I'm being cared for by: Two Left Paws Animal Sanctuary
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about George
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
Color: Cream Or Ivory
already neutered, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
My name’s George and I have quite a tale to tell. I was born on June 7, 2007. I was wandering down the middle of a busy highway when someone stopped to help me. I was so scared I just ran under her car and hid on the gas tank. The lady had no choice but to carry on her journey to work with me under her car. Several people tried to get me out but I was so scared I just clung on. Eventually my foster mom came to my rescue. She and another lady managed to get me out. I was scared, dehydrated and my paws were burnt from the hot metal on the car, but I survived. My paws have all healed up but I am still a little shy of people although I don’t mind being held, in fact as soon as you pick me up I will purr. I have got used to the other cats and I can often be seen running around with them. I would like to find a home where I wouldn’t be the only cat, and it would be even better if the other cat could be one of the other foster cats I live with.
Two Left Paws Animal Sanctuary is a non-profit, no-kill animal rescue organization dedicated to the rescue of companion animals.
Our Mission statement
We are a compassionate, innovative, and progressive sanctuary fostering alternative environments and humane standards of care. Through exhaustive efforts, we seek to help every homeless companion animal reach tomorrow.
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All of the animals in our care are altered, microchipped and up-to-date on vaccinations.
We require an application - see our website for the online forms; www.twoleftpaws.org
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