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A special weekend message from Clyde at Good Mews

Clyde is available for adoption from Good Mews Animal Foundation in metro Atlanta
Clyde is available for adoption from Good Mews Animal Foundation in metro Atlanta
Good Mews Animal Foundation

Clyde from Good Mews Animal Foundation in metro Atlanta has a special message that he posted on the Good Mews Facebook page earlier today:

Well, this is it everyone! Tomorrow is the last day for our Spring Flea market! It has been a great 5 weeks and we are hoping our last day will end with a bang! So you want to be sure to come by and take advantage of all of the fantastic deals! We have jewelry, books, kitchen items, home décor, artwork, pet items. Geez, I could go on and on but I really think you need to come and check it out for yourself. And the best part about it, the majority of the items are 50% off!! So please stop by and shop!

Oh yea . . . I wanted to ask one more favor. The shelter is low on cat litter (scoopable-clumping) and paper towels. As you can imagine, we go through a ton of both. So if you stop by the flea market, would you mind bringing some donated litter and paper towels? That would help our flea market be an even bigger success. Or if you are near the shelter, you can always drop it off there.

So remember . . . the flea market is our biggest fundraiser of the year and we need your help to make it a huge success. So please come and shop tomorrow! We open at 9am and it ends at 5pm.

Oh . . . I forgot to tell you - I am Clyde and I would love a forever home! So come and meet me too!!

Sandy Plains Exchange (Publix) Shopping Center, 1860 Sandy Plains Road at Scufflegrit Road, Marietta 30066 (behind QuikTrip)

Click here for more information on the Good Mews Flea Market.

Clyde is a six-year old male domestic short hair orange and white kitty and is available for adoption. The following is some additional information about Clyde from the Good Mews website:

Clyde is a little sad right now. He was adopted from Good Mews as a kitten in 2008, and after 6 years of being in the only home he had ever known, he was returned. Sadly, Clyde was returned due to litter box issues. Each year, hundreds of cats lose their home because of litter box avoidance. The majority of the time it is because of a medical issue that can be quickly resolved. If it is not medically related, hopefully with some time and patience, you can figure out what the problem is and resolve it.

We do not know why Clyde was missing the box and we do not know if it will happen in a new home. But he will need a patient adopter willing to work through any issues if they do arise.

Clyde is a very sweet boy that is on the quiet side. He is mild-mannered and adores human attention. He would gladly sit in someone’s lap or just sit close beside them. He got along fine with his kitty friend in his previous home, so we feel he would do well with another kitty in his new home. He would also do fine as a single cat.

Clyde would love a second chance at happiness. He is a great cat that certainly deserves it. So if you are looking for a handsome boy to share your life with, how about considering Clyde?

Click here if you are interested in adopting Clyde or another cat from Good Mews.

Click here to see the cats that are currently available for adoption from Good Mews.

Click here to see an awesome video of the kitties in action at the Good Mews Shelter.

About Good Mews Animal Foundation

Good Mews is a cage-free, no-kill cat shelter offering an alternative to traditional animal shelters in the Metro Atlanta area. They provide a safe haven for homeless, abused, or abandoned cats until they can be placed in permanent, loving homes. Since 1988, Good Mews has placed over 7,000 cats in forever homes. The shelter receives no government support and relies solely on donations of time, services, goods and money from its many supporters and local businesses. Good Mews is home to approximately 100 residents on any given day – most of whom reside at the Shelter in Marietta, with some cats residing in foster homes.

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