I'm being cared for by: The Animal Awareness Society
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Montgomery
Breed: American Shorthair
Color: Gray Or Blue
You know I got my name for a famous general....just cause I am an all round wonderful fellow and quite handsome too. I like my lap time cause it gives me a chance to keep my motor in tune. I will say that my foster home is wonderful, but I would sure like to have my own digs. Interested?? Let's set up a meet and greet, I am sure it could have a wonderful life together.
The Animal Awareness Society (TAAS) is a non-profit, no kill, all-volunteer organization formed in 2003. TAAS strives to end the unnecessary suffering and deaths of cats and kittens, dogs and puppies, that may have been abandoned or are feral (not socialized) in our community. TAAS is actively working to reduce the number of stray, homeless, and feral cats through low cost spay / neuter, foster and adoption programs, pet care education, and T-N-R (Trap-Neuter-Return).
TAAS has no operating facilities and consists solely of volunteers working from their homes. TAAS believes there is an alternative to euthanasia and a better way to deal with the ever-growing population of homeless animals. These alternatives are: 1) low cost spay / neuter programs, 2.) education, 3.) adoption programs and 4) a feral T-N-R program.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Our pets can be seen at 102 Hillary St, Randleman, NC 27317 by appointment.
We have adoption fairs every Saturday from 11am to 4 pm at Petco in Greensboro on Wendover Ave.
Our Adoption Process...
If you are interested in Adopting one of our pets you can fill out an application at www.catawareness.org. If your application is approved we will set up a home visit and deliver the pet to your home. Our adoption fee is $75.00 This include the following:Spay/Neuter - Rabies - Testing - Shots - Microchip.
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