Companion Animal Rescue League (CARL) is offering an adoption special on all cats and kittens through Labor Day Weekend. All cats and kittens are 50% off of the regular adoption fee - $60 instead of $120. And your newest family member will be spayed or neutered, fully tested and vaccinated and microchipped prior to adoption.
All types of cats and kittens are currently available for adoption from CARL – trendy tabbies, chic calicos, classic black cats, cool white cats and perfectly tailored tuxedos. A sampling of the CARL kitties can be seen at the following locations this Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. – Johns’ Creek Petsmart (3630 Peachtree Pkwy, Suwanee, Georgia 30024) and the Mall of Georgia Petco (3264 Buford Drive, Buford, GA 30519).
Gracie (pictured above) is just one of the many cats available for adoption from CARL. She is a female adult short haired dilute calico kitty. Here is her description from the CARL Petfinder site:
Gracie was rescued with her 5 newborn kittens from Gwinnett Animal Control. She was a very nurturing mom and remains gentle, loving, and affectionate. Gracie is playful with her one kitten that remains in the foster home (Chelsea is also available for adoption) and gets along well with other cats and dogs. She often seeks attention and enjoys being petted, but shies away from being picked up and does not enjoy being held, even though there's been improvement with this since coming into her foster home. Understanding, patience, and a gentle approach by those in an adoptive home will likely help Gracie become more comfortable with being picked up and held.
About Companion Animal Rescue League, Inc. (from the CARL Facebook page)
Companion Animal Rescue League, Inc. (CARL) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, no-kill animal rescue group made up entirely of volunteers. We do not operate a shelter, but rely on a network of foster homes to house and care for the pets in our program.
CARL's mission is to reduce the number of homeless dogs and cats in the metro Atlanta area, and substantially decrease the number of animals killed in shelters.