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My name is Princess Fiona!

I'm being cared for by
Save a Stray
Adoption process

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Facts about me

Domestic Shorthair
Pet ID
18484221-Save a Stray
Hair Length

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with kids
Small blue checkmark Good with cats
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.

Princess Fiona rules her kingdom with love and a light touch. She’s loves to play and interact with her foster mom and siblings. She comes to you when she is called and she won’t run off to look for her prince because she is spayed, vaccinated, negative for FIV/FeLeuk and microchipped. She was born on Easter Sunday, so she is extra special.  Very petite and tortoise shell colored. This precious dilute tortilla would be a great addition to her forever family’s home.

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September 21, 2023, 9:57 am

Save a Stray

Contact info
Pet ID
18484221-Save a Stray
Mobile, AL 36608

Their adoption process


Submit Application

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Approve Application

A Save a Stray volunteer will contact you on receipt of your application.

Additional adoption info

Approved Save a Stray application is required for adoption. A contract between the adopter and Save a Stray concerning the care of the adopted pet and the process should the pet need to be rehomed is also required.

Adoption fees range from $85 - $100.

A home visit may be required.

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More about this rescue

Save a Stray strives to enrich the lives of pets in Mobile County through spay/neuter programs, providing vet care to shelter pets, and including shelter pets a risk youth groups.

Spay/neutering pets help to decrease the number of pets entering our shelter. By providing vet care to shelter pets healthier pets can be adopted by individuals or pulled by rescue groups. This program will also help decrease vetting expenses of rescue groups. Training programs with shelter pets and at risk youth increase the self esteem of the youth and make the pet more adoptable. A pet that knows a few basic commands is more likely to be adopted, become a family member, and remain in the home.