Caturday Adoptions on September 16th!
We are so excited to host a cat adoption event this Saturday, September 16th with our friends from Meow or Never, a local non-profit organization that works to help stray cats and kittens of Atlanta find loving homes.
Join us this Saturday from 1 to 4 PM at our Sandy Springs store, located at 216 Johnson Ferry Road, Atlanta, GA 30328. Meet these adorable cats available for adoption and learn more about animal rescue opportunities in our community.
All photographs below are by Leesia Teh Photography, and all pet descriptions are courtesy of Meow or Never.
Female, Tabico (Tabby/Calico), 5 months
Star is about five months old, and was found at about ten weeks old living in a wood pile behind a fire station, with a severe respiratory infection and ulcerated eyes. After we took her in and got her the medical care she needed, she bounced right back! Now she is healthy, happy, and playful. Star is shy around strangers, but once she gets used to you, she has one of the loudest purrs you'll ever hear! She loves to rub on your legs to greet you when you come home.
Bailey & Charlie
Males, Silver Tabby and White, 3 months
Bailey and Charlie are bonded brothers who have been each others' comfort blankies all their lives. They are about 12 weeks old, and at five weeks old their feral mama dropped them off in someone's garage and never came back for them. It was a lucky garage they found, though, as the lovely couple living there immediately brought them inside, gave them a room of their own, and got them checked out by a vet to make sure they were healthy. They are friendly and social and love to be held.
Female, Tabico (Tabby/Calico), 7-9 months
This sweet girl was found living behind a McDonalds with her day-old newborns. Now that her babies are rambunctious kittens who can eat on their own, it's Hi-Five's turn to be spoiled! She got her name when she literally high-fived her rescuers when they came to pick her up. She is very affectionate, calm, and low-maintenance.
Male, White with Black Markings, 3 months
Blynkyn was found living with his brother and sister in a dirty mattress. He had ulcers in his eyes and a bad respiratory infection. He was taken to the vet immediately, and while we've been able to take care of the ulcers, he will always be blind in one eye, although it doesn't affect his playfulness or ability to get around. He also has chronic dry eye, which means he'll need eyedrops probably for the rest of his life. However, he's a GREAT sport about having that done, and is the sweetest little guy you'll ever meet. Blynkyn has never met a stranger and will run up to anyone for affection!
Male, Gray Tabby & White, 3 months