February Adoptions!

Hi, my name is Rufus! I am five years old and weigh 75 pounds. I was pulled in by an animal shelter that doesn’t adopt out pit bulls. I had large calluses on my joints and my teeth were severely worn down to nubs. I ended up getting kennel cough that quickly turned into pneumonia. In April, I got my freedom ride and I now live with my foster family! I am very laidback and would rather take a nap than chase a ball. My foster parents say I am gentle and walk well on a leash. However, I am a big scaredy cat and don’t like thunderstorms or fireworks. I love kids, but cats not so much. I think I would be good with other dogs if I can have proper time to decompress. I would love to be a part of your family, if you’ll have me. 

To learn more about Rufus and other “Adopt-A-Bulls” visit friendstotheforlorn.org or email adopt@friendstotheforlorn.org.

Hi, I’m Ms. Baggins, a female Tortoiseshell domestic medium hair! Much like my namesake, I love going on adventures! Whether it’s sneaking out to explore the hallway beyond my room or climbing the highest cat tower around, if there is a challenge to be had, I want to be at the center of it! Recently my siblings and I encountered the great red dragon (the broom) and have been valiantly fighting it off to protect our land. Like all adventurers, I’m very brave, so I’m normally the first of my siblings to warm up to new people and places. I’m very sweet and social – and a bit sassy!! I would love to be adopted with at least one (or all!) of my siblings (Merry and Samwise), since we get along so well! If you think you could be our new adventure partner, we can have lots of fun and cuddles for years to come! I am spayed, up-to-date with vaccines, negative for Feline FIV/FeLV, dewormed, microchipped, and will be eligible to receive a 30-day free trial of pet health insurance at the time of my adoption. My adoption fee is $125.00 (but if you adopt me with one of my siblings, our adoption fee together is $190.00).

To see some of our cats available for adoption, please visit www.fancyfelinerescue.org. If you are interested in adopting, read about our adoption process, www.fancyfelinerescue.org/adoptprocess, then complete our online Adoption Application, www.fancyfelinerescue.org/adoptapp, or email us at FancyFelineResQ@bellsouth.net
And don’t forget to “LIKE” us on Facebook, www.facebook.com/FancyFelineRescue!

***Fancy Feline Rescue of the South is in dire need of foster families and volunteers to help with cleaning, feeding and socializing our cats at the Rescue Center and/or helping at our special off-site events as they occur. If you are willing to give of your time and your heart to help our kitties, please complete our online Volunteer Application at www.fancyfelinerescue.org/volapp.htm. The gratification of knowing you make a difference in the lives of these deserving cats is overwhelming.***
Fancy Feline Rescue of the South is a licensed, non-profit, no-kill, all volunteer rescue organization dedicated to individual attention and excellent care to homeless cats, working hard to find them appropriate permanent homes.

Hello there, my name is Winnie! I am an American Staffordshire, American Bulldog, Chow Chow mix! I am four years old and weigh 50 pounds. I came into Fulton County Animal Services as a stray with a high fever and a bad upper respiratory infection that turned into pneumonia. The shelter was no place for me to recover, so one of FTTF’s fosters stepped up to take me! Thanks to breathing treatments and antibiotics, I am all better. I enjoy the other dogs that I live with and love rides and exploring outside. My foster parents say I’m very strong and they’re working on me not pulling on a leash. I spend most of my days chewing on my bones and hanging with my humans. I have a good amount of energy and would do well with another furry sibling! While I love my foster family, I cannot wait to meet my forever family!

To learn more about Winnie and other “Adopt-A-Bulls” visit friendstotheforlorn.org or email adopt@friendstotheforlorn.org.

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