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Adopt George

Male Adult Domestic Shorthair

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Paws Crossroads Animal Rescue

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About George


Fred, George, and Sabre are 3 brothers that were all surrendered together by their owner. Their owner was unable to care for them physically or financially any longer. They are all 1-2 years old, and very friendly. They are larger boys (10+ pounds). They get along with one another, and would be fine in a multiple-cat home. We think they would do fine introduced into a home with dogs as well, as long as time is given for them to adjust. They have also been around children and enjoy their company.

All 3 boys are neutered, tested negative for FIV/Feline Leukemia, are up to date on vaccines, and have been dewormed/treated for fleas. They also come with 30 days of FREE health insurance. To adopt any one, two, or all of them, please complete our adoption application at Their adoption donation is $100 each. We would consider a lower fee to adopt more than one.



Shots up to date
Ok with kids
Ok with dogs
Ok with cats

Paws Crossroads Animal Rescue

Berwick PA 18603

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