Furkids is Georgia's largest no-kill animal shelter which cares for over 700 cats and dogs each day. The Furkids’ mission is “to provide a no-kill shelter for our rescued animals where they can experience the best care in a loving environment until they are adopted; to find permanent, loving, homes for our rescued animals; and to inform the public about pet overpopulation, promote sterilization and provide information for low-cost high-quality spay/neuter organizations.”
In 2013 Furkids rescued over 1,500 cats and dogs and found loving, forever homes for over 1,300 animals. The goal for 2014 is to rescue 2,014 animals.
Throughout the year I will be featuring Furkids’ cats who are available for adoption.
Gabriel is a nine-month old short haired yellow tabby kitten. Here is Gabriel’s description from the Furkids website:
Gabriel is an incredibly sweet and affectionate buff tabby boy. He was brought to Furkids along with his siblings at two weeks of age. He was bottle fed and raised in a home with other cats, kittens and dogs. He and his siblings all had a virus before coming to us that caused them to lose one eye. It has not made any difference in this wonderful group. They are healthy and fun and the most playful of kittens.
Click here if you are interested in adopting Gabriel or another cat from Furkids.
Click here to see all of the cats available for adoption from Furkids.
The following are the adoption fees for Furkids’ kitties:
- $85 for one adult cat (one year of age and older), $150 for two
- $125 for one kitten (under one year of age), $200 for two, $250 for three
- $175 for one adult cat and one kitten
- $45 for senior cats (8 years and older)
- Individuals over 62 years of age may adopt an adult/senior cat for only $45
The adoption fee includes testing, complete (up to their current age) medical care, vaccinations, microchip, and spay/neuter. Furkids will also give you, or mail to you, a copy of the animal’s medical records, which you can give to your vet.
Click here to see the Furkids Adoption Center locations in metro Atlanta.