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Adorable adoptable: Tank from RescueCats

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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 Tank from RescueCats. Tank is a five-year old male domestic short hair gray kitty with a white bib and paws. Here is more about Tank from Bill Crockett, Assistant Adoption Coordinator for RescueCats:

Tank is a really big five-year old gray and white tuxedo boy. We think he had collar embedded in his neck at some point in time and looks like he has had a bit of a rough life. He reminds you of an old linebacker with a huge neck (it’s hard to tell where his head ends and his neck begins) and a bit of a bent ear, but don’t let his looks deceive you. He loves to be around people, has a tiny cute squeak for a meow, and his purr is as loud as a diesel motor. If he could talk, I’m sure his stories would be quite interesting. He really deserves his own home and would be a great companion for anyone.

Tank is in good health, neutered, is current on his shots, negative for FeLV and FIV and microchipped. His adoption fee is $110 plus $10 for the microchip.

Click here to apply for Tank.

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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