REHOMING COURTESY POSTS
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Allyson was born in the spring of 2014. We found her litter in our neighbor's back yard, they were strays. We got a voucher for her spaying and shots. Allyson is a healthy young female with no medical concerns. She has been on monthly flea prevention. She would prefer to be the only pet, as she is annoyed by her siblings and chooses to spend most of her time outside (running around the neighborhood visiting all her friends ). Everyone loves her but, unfortunately, her neighborhood friends have cat allergies or dogs, so none of them can bring her inside or adopt her.
Allyson is a sweet cat; she loves being outside and sleeps indoors when I can get her in (which is most nights). She loves to snuggle up on my daughter's bed. She has been raised in a multi-pet household, which included cats and dogs. She is also accustomed to being held and loved on by children. We love her and hope someone will adore her as we do! Please contact Elayne at (336) 675-3549 for further info.
I have a 3 year old Yorkiepoo that I want to rehome. He is 100% potty trained, he knows commands like sit, lay down, roll over, paw. He is very sweet and compassionate. He loves attention. My only issue with him is that he has separation anxiety. If someone could take up the time with him, I'm sure the anxiety would famish. He needs more attention than I could give him, being that I have 2 grandchildren and a Morkie. My wish is that he finds a loving family that will love him like he deserves! Please contact me at email@example.com for more information!
We found a feral cat with 3 kittens. One kitten has been rehomed, we need homes for the other two kittens. They are weaned from their mother and ready to go. One bLack kitten with a small amount of white and a black/white kitten. We plan on covering the cost to spray the feral cat but need to find homes for her babies. If interested in helping by adopting, please call at 919-883-7606. Thank you.