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My name is HARVEY DENT - FIV+!
Adoption process
1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

2.

Pay Fee

3.

Take the Pet Home

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Black & White or Tuxedo
Age
Senior
Sex
Male
Pet ID
636171
Hair Length
short

My info

Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Has special needs

My story

This beautiful black and white boy is HARVEY DENT! He arrived at the shelter on 05/04 and he is now available for adoption. Harry is current on his vaccines and about 10 years old. At his age, Harry needs a home that will love him until the end of his days, and take good care of him. Harvey is up-to-date on vaccines and neutered; he will be microchipped when adopted. His ID at the shelter is 636171 and he is waiting to meet you in cage 670. Unfortunately, Harvey Dent tested positive for Feline Immunodeficiency Virus. Because FIV can be transmitted to other cats, he should be the only cat in a household or live with other FIV positive cats. Cats with FIV often live many years with good health, but can be prone to infections and illnesses because of their compromised immune systems and FIV may shorten their lives.

Please note, all of the pet listings on Friends of Shelter Animals for Cobb are done by volunteers, not shelter staff. If this pet came in as lost (not an owner surrender), we don't know how they might be with children, other pets, or if house trained. You can bring your pet to the shelter for a meet & greet with your potential new best friend. When calling the shelter about a cat or dog, please use THE ID NUMBER, names are oftentimes made up by volunteers.

This pet and many others are available for adoption from the Cobb County Animal Shelter 1060 Al Bishop Dr. Marietta, GA 30008, call (770) 499-4136 for more information. Shelter hours are: Tues. - Sun. 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. by appointment only until further notice, CLOSED Mondays & Holidays.
This beautiful black and white boy is HARVEY DENT! He arrived at the shelter on 05/04 and he is now available for adoption. Harry is current on his vaccines and about 10 years old. At his age, Harry needs a home that will love him until the end of his days, and take good care of him. Harvey is up-to-date on vaccines and neutered; he will be microchipped when adopted. His ID at the shelter is 636171 and he is waiting to meet you in cage 670. Unfortunately, Harvey Dent tested positive for Feline Immunodeficiency Virus. Because FIV can be transmitted to other cats, he should be the only cat in a household or live with other FIV positive cats. Cats with FIV often live many years with good health, but can be prone to infections and illnesses because of their compromised immune systems and FIV may shorten their lives.

Please note, all of the pet listings on Friends of Shelter Animals for Cobb are done by volunteers, not shelter staff. If this pet came in as lost (not an owner surrender), we don't know how they might be with children, other pets, or if house trained. You can bring your pet to the shelter for a meet & greet with your potential new best friend. When calling the shelter about a cat or dog, please use THE ID NUMBER, names are oftentimes made up by volunteers.

This pet and many others are available for adoption from the Cobb County Animal Shelter 1060 Al Bishop Dr. Marietta, GA 30008, call (770) 499-4136 for more information. Shelter hours are: Tues. - Sun. 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. by appointment only until further notice, CLOSED Mondays & Holidays.
Shelter

Friends of Shelter Animals for Cobb

Contact info
Pet ID
636171
Contact
Address
Marietta, GA 30008
Donation

Their adoption process

1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

The shelter is operating by appointments only now. Go to https://nqa3.nemoqappointment.com/Booking/Booking/Index/as65fg9dr953 to schedule, a

2.

Pay Fee

3.

Take the Pet Home

Additional adoption info

Adoption fee is $115.00, that includes altering, age appropriate shots, combo testing for cats, a heartworm test for dogs and a microchip. You need to show your driver's license, and the shelter accepts cash, Visa or MC.
Adoption fee is $115.00, that includes altering, age appropriate shots, combo testing for cats, a heartworm test for dogs and a microchip. You need to show your driver's license, and the shelter accepts cash, Visa or MC.

Go meet their pets

1060 Al Bishop Dr. Marietta, GA 30008 The shelter is operating by appointments only now. Go to https://nqa3.nemoqappointment.com/Booking/Booking/Index/as65fg9dr953 to schedule, and select Adoption. You can call 770-499-4136 Tues. through Sun. from 10:30 to 4:30 for more information (closed on Mondays & Holidays).
1060 Al Bishop Dr. Marietta, GA 30008 The shelter is operating by appointments only now. Go to https://nqa3.nemoqappointment.com/Booking/Booking/Index/as65fg9dr953 to schedule, and select Adoption. You can call 770-499-4136 Tues. through Sun. from 10:30 to 4:30 for more information (closed on Mondays & Holidays).

More about this shelter

We are volunteers for Cobb County Animal Services Cobb County Animal Services was established in 1971. As part of Cobb's Department of Public Safety, we serve the entire county, protecting the residents and animals of Cobb. The mission of the Cobb County Animal Services Unit is to enforce state laws and county ordinances pertaining to animal control and management; educate the community on responsible pet ownership and wildlife care and provide housing and care for homeless animals, while coordinating their adoptions when possible and humane euthanization when adoptions are not possible.
We are volunteers for Cobb County Animal Services Cobb County Animal Services was established in 1971. As part of Cobb's Department of Public Safety, we serve the entire county, protecting the residents and animals of Cobb. The mission of the Cobb County Animal Services Unit is to enforce state laws and county ordinances pertaining to animal control and management; educate the community on responsible pet ownership and wildlife care and provide housing and care for homeless animals, while coordinating their adoptions when possible and humane euthanization when adoptions are not possible.