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My name is Gimli!
I'm being cared for by
Blount County Animal Center
Adoption process
1.

Sign Adoption Contract

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Age
Adult
Sex
Female
Pet ID
10509
Hair Length

My info

Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Adoption Fee is $25 and includes; Spay/Neuter, Age Appropriate Vaccines, and Dewormed (Flea Treatment if needed) and Combo Tested for FIV/Felv.
Estimated Birthday 4-12-2016
Adoption Fee is $25 and includes; Spay/Neuter, Age Appropriate Vaccines, and Dewormed (Flea Treatment if needed) and Combo Tested for FIV/Felv.
Estimated Birthday 4-12-2016
Shelter

Blount County Animal Center

Contact info
Pet ID
10509
Contact
Phone
Address
Maryville, TN 37804

Their adoption process

1.

Sign Adoption Contract

Additional adoption info

Dog/Puppy Adoption Fees are $140 for Puppies under 1 year, $110 for Adults 1 to 6 years, and $95 for Adults over 6 years. Includes; Spay/Neuter, DA2PPV, Bordetella and Rabies Vaccinations (if age appropriate) and includes indicating tags, Heartworm Testing, Deworming, and Flea Treatment if needed. Cat/Kitten Adoption Fees are $45 and includes; Spay/Neuter, FVRCP and Rabies Vaccinations (if age appropriate) and includes indicating tags, FIV/Felv Testing, Deworming, and Flea Treatment if needed.
Dog/Puppy Adoption Fees are $140 for Puppies under 1 year, $110 for Adults 1 to 6 years, and $95 for Adults over 6 years. Includes; Spay/Neuter, DA2PPV, Bordetella and Rabies Vaccinations (if age appropriate) and includes indicating tags, Heartworm Testing, Deworming, and Flea Treatment if needed. Cat/Kitten Adoption Fees are $45 and includes; Spay/Neuter, FVRCP and Rabies Vaccinations (if age appropriate) and includes indicating tags, FIV/Felv Testing, Deworming, and Flea Treatment if needed.

Go meet their pets

The animals are available Tuesday through Friday from 11 to 2 - APPOINTMENT ONLY! SERIOUS ADOPTERS ONLY!! Saturday 10 to 1 - APPOINTMENT ONLY! SERIOUS ADOPTERS ONLY!! Located at 233 Currie Ave in Maryville, TN. CLOSED Monday, Tuesday and Holidays
The animals are available Tuesday through Friday from 11 to 2 - APPOINTMENT ONLY! SERIOUS ADOPTERS ONLY!! Saturday 10 to 1 - APPOINTMENT ONLY! SERIOUS ADOPTERS ONLY!! Located at 233 Currie Ave in Maryville, TN. CLOSED Monday, Tuesday and Holidays

More about this shelter

The Blount County Animal Shelter, housed within the Blount County Animal Center Complex, has been protecting and assuring the welfare of both animals and people of Blount County, Tennessee since November of 2009. County residents can surrender animals at the shelter, located at: Animal Shelter 233 Currie Avenue Maryville, TN 37804 865-980-6244 Intake Schedule: Tuesday - Friday 11:00 AM - 3:30 PM Mission To serve the community through innovative approaches to sheltering, adopting and spaying and neutering of animals, and to educate the public on responsible pet ownership and animal welfare. Stray Animals Stray animals will be held at the shelter for a minimum of three days, but pets with tags will be held for five days to give owners a chance to claim them. After the holding period, the animals are available for adoption. The shelter euthanizes an animal only if absolutely necessary (public danger or liability, damaged beyond repair, behavioral issues, etc.).
The Blount County Animal Shelter, housed within the Blount County Animal Center Complex, has been protecting and assuring the welfare of both animals and people of Blount County, Tennessee since November of 2009. County residents can surrender animals at the shelter, located at: Animal Shelter 233 Currie Avenue Maryville, TN 37804 865-980-6244 Intake Schedule: Tuesday - Friday 11:00 AM - 3:30 PM Mission To serve the community through innovative approaches to sheltering, adopting and spaying and neutering of animals, and to educate the public on responsible pet ownership and animal welfare. Stray Animals Stray animals will be held at the shelter for a minimum of three days, but pets with tags will be held for five days to give owners a chance to claim them. After the holding period, the animals are available for adoption. The shelter euthanizes an animal only if absolutely necessary (public danger or liability, damaged beyond repair, behavioral issues, etc.).