Sandy, spayed female born 2008.
Would you ever adopt a kitty, microchip her, and then not want her back when she is found? Meet Sandy. Sandy was found huddling in the vestibule of an Animal General employee’s building. She brought her to work and we scanned her for a microchip. After a few missed calls we finally got a hold of the owner. Yes, Sandy was her cat of several years. Yes, Sandy had been missing for over a month; she escaped through a non-screened first floor window. But no, she didn’t want Sandy back because she had already gotten a new cat. Sandy is very endearing, a little nervous, doesn’t mind another friendly cat, and loves to have her chin and ears scratched. Come meet her at Animal General and give this girl a real forever home.
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Mattie, neutered male born approx September 2006.
Mattie was adopted and then returned because he’s so talkative. He would really be best served by having an adoption video, not just photo, to portray his charm. Mattie was returned, not because he was a bad boy but because he was lonely and kept his owners up at night. He wanted the company of other cats like he had at Animal General, and his owners weren’t able to provide that for him. If you don’t already have a cat, we’d be happy to pair him with a friend from Animal General. His owners said: “Mattie is a wonderful kitty, affectionate and interactive, and very playful.” Mattie loves people, is a lap cat, and loves to have conversations. Please adopt Mattie into your two or three-cat family.
Mattie was adopted by a long-time AG client. He’s doing extremely well and their other kitty likes having his company. Success!