Five Friends Find New Homes at PetSmart’s National Adoption Weekend

Gainesville

SNAP is delighted to share that five cats and kittens found new, forever homes during the PetSmart Animal Adoption weekend on September 15th and 16th.  SNAP-2 IT appreciates the partnership with PetSmart, our volunteers and fosters, and everyone who came out to adopt or just say hello.

Gainesville, an adorable, sweet gray and white fluff ball – found a new home with a loving family who had recently, and unexpectedly, lost another cat.  Most of Gainesville’s siblings have also been adopted – all except for McDonough.  You can view McDonough any time at our Howell Mill location, where she lives full time.

Parcheesi is a lovely Siamese with gorgeous blue eyes who suffers a loss of vision in one due to an eye infection when he was a kitten.  Parcheesi, the last of his siblings to be adopted, is going to live with a senior who is looking forward to his company.

Johnny Boy is a lovely young adult fluffy Norwegian forest cat.  Although he is a little shy, we know that he will be right at home with his new cat guardian!

Charlie Brown is a striking young adult cat with subtle shades of color throughout his black coat.  Charlie Brown was spotted online!  You can always view SNAP’s adoptable pets by viewing the listings on Petfinder.

Little Johnny is a solid black purr-machine with a devilish sense of adventure.  He quickly became a favorite with volunteers and visitors alike in the permanent Howell Mill adoption center.  Johnny has gone to live in a wonderful home with two other cats, and we are excited to see how he grows.  Johnny is one of our latest Emory cats, and has multiple litter mates who are still waiting for their forever home.

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