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Adorable adoptable: Spike from RescueCats

Spike is available for adoption from RescueCats in metro Atlanta.
Spike is available for adoption from RescueCats in metro Atlanta.

Every day there are thousands of homeless pets in shelters in metro Atlanta who all have the same wish - a forever home. They are dreaming of waking up in a home where they are loved and cherished and are a member of the family.

Each week I will be featuring pets from local shelters and rescue groups who want to be your furry forever friend. These adorable sweethearts want nothing more than their very own human and a warm place to sleep at night.

Today’s featured pet is Spike from RescueCats. Spike is a two-year old male domestic short hair Siamese-Snowshoe mix kitty. Here is more about Spike from Bill Crockett, Assistant Adoption Coordinator for RescueCats:

Spike is a very handsome, big Siamese/ Snowshoe guy. He was born March 1, 2012. He loves to follow you around and have a good conversation. Spike absolutely loves attention and would love to just hang out with you. He is a really special guy. Spike is FIV positive, but is in very good health. He is micro chipped, neutered, and current on all of his shots. His adoption fee has been reduced to $60. You couldn’t go wrong adding this guy to your home. He would make an excellent addition!

Click here to learn more about FIV+ cats from the Best Friends Animal Society website.

Click here to apply for Spike.

Click here to see all of the cats available for adoption from RescueCats.

About RescueCats (from the website)

RescueCats is a nonprofit, state-licensed, no-kill group dedicated to rescuing owner released and homeless kittens and cats. To prevent pet overpopulation, we have all kittens and cats spayed or neutered, and we provide a safe and loving shelter until stable, loving homes can be found. We work very hard to be a role model for other groups and educate the public about the necessity of spaying and neutering and proper care of animals. More than 7,000 animals have been saved by RescueCats.

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