Hi, my name is Snowflake and I was left behind to fend for myself when my family moved out of their house. A GHP volunteer noticed me always sitting outside my old house and decided to take me in. I'm so glad she did because it was winter and I was always cold. I'm in a foster home with other cats but I'm not sure if I like them. I think I would like to be an only cat or maybe have a playmate if I can still have my own space. I've been working on trusting humans again since I was abandoned to fend for myself. I do love to snuggle in my foster mom's lap for pets, but then I need some time to myself. I'm doing better every day and would love to have a forever home where I can feel safe and loved for the rest of my life. Please email my foster mom Jeannie at Jeanniegahomelesspets@gmail.com to find out more about me.
Georgia Homeless Pets is a private, non-profit, all volunteer no-kill animal rescue for dogs and cats in need. Our mission is to save, care for and place animals into loving homes, promote population control through sterilization and encourage proper veterinary care, all in an effort to eliminate the euthanasia of animals in Georgia’s public shelters.
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We hold adoptions every Saturday & Sunday from 12 - 4
Saturday at the Austell and Smyrna PetSmarts
Sunday at the Austell PetSmart
Smyrna PetSmart: 2540 Cumberland Blvd SE Smyrna, GA 30080 770-432-8250
Austell PetSmart: 4155 Austell Rd Austell, GA 30043 678-945-1081
Our Adoption Process...
For information about adoptions, please click this link: http://www.gahomelesspets.com/adoption-forms.asp
The adoption fee for dogs is $225. This includes their shots up-to-date, spay/neuter, microchipping, deworming, and heartworm test (and treatment if needed).
The adoption fee for cats is $150 and includes their shots up-to-date, spay/neuter, microchipping, deworming, and combo test for Feline AIDS & Leukemia.
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