The “adoptable cat of the week” in metro Atlanta this week is Savannah from Furkids. Savannah is a six year old female black domestic short hair cat. Here is more about Savannah from the Furkids’ website:
“Savannah is an amazingly wonderful girl who has been overlooked for much too long. She has been a resident of the Furkids’ shelter for most of her life, but she is the kind of kitty that just goes with the flow.
Savannah has a list of great qualities that she would like for us to tell you about: she makes excellent biscuits, gives great head-butts, and rolls over for belly rubs. Savannah is so friendly and will greet you at the door to rub up against your legs when she wants attention. When she is chilling in a cat bed, she will welcome anyone who comes over to visit with purrs. She has a beautiful onyx fur coat that is quite luxurious and will enjoy receiving as much petting as you are willing to bestow. Someone is missing out on what could be the perfect companion for life!
Savannah is truly an affectionate girl who deserves to find a forever home. She has waited patiently, so please consider adopting her so Savannah can experience what it is like to be a pampered cat.”
Click here if you are interested in applying to adopt Savannah.
Click here to see all of the cats available for adoption from Furkids.
About Furkids (provided by Samantha Shelton, Furkids’ Founder and Director)
“Furkids, Inc., founded in 2002, is a 501(c)3, charitable, non-profit organization that provides a cage-free, no-kill shelter for rescued cats and dogs where they can experience the best care in a loving environment until they are adopted. Each year, Furkids rescues, shelters, sterilizes, rehabilitates, and places hundreds of animals in permanent, loving homes.
Furkids is one of the most successful nonprofit animal rescue organizations in the southeast, operating the largest cage-free, no-kill shelter for homeless cats in Georgia and a no-kill shelter for dogs. Furkids cares for more animals on a daily basis than any other local organization, including the Atlanta Humane Society. Currently, Furkids cares for approximately 600 cats and dogs at the organization’s shelters, adoption centers and in its foster program. During its ten years, Furkids has rescued and altered more than 7,000 animals. The 2011 union of Furkids with SmallDog Rescue & Humane Society expanded operations to include both homeless cats and dogs.”