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Georgia SPCA: Spotlight on McMuffin

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One of our new rescues is called McMuffin.

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His name, McMuffin, is very significant. He spent most of his life with his feral mom in the woods behind a local McDonalds. For the last 4 months, one of our wonderful fosters has been feeding and socializing them. McMuffin was trapped and neutered some months back, hence his "tipped" ear. That's how you can tell from a distance that a feral cat is altered. The good news is, McMuffin has slowly gotten socialized!

Day after day, Tammy has worked with him, and a few weeks ago she trapped them both so that the mom could be spayed. She's kept McMuffin, and he's getting more friendly by the day. He'll jump in her lap, and purrs for pets. His favorite thing is to lick chicken human baby food off her finger. That's what she used to gain his trust, and it's worked! McMuffin still has a ways to go before he totally loses his "at guard" stance of a feral cat, but he's come such a great distance, we know he'll get there one day.

If you'd like to meet this special kitty, please call or email Tammy at 770-601-8889 or He qualifies for our PAWS FOR CONSIDERATION program, which means you can take him home for a period of time to see how it goes.

McMuffin is one of our SHINING STAR CATS with an adoption fee of $50. This includes his neuter surgery, disease testing for FeLV & FIV, age appropriate vaccinations up to the adoption date, deworming, flea/tick prevention, heartworm prevention, 24Petwatch microchip, and 30 days of 24PetWatch Pet Insurance.



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