ADOPTED! Cinnamon

DOB 05/03/2019

Meet gorgeous Cinnamon!  Cinnamon is described as a sweet-spicy flavor that goes perfectly with decadent treats such as chocolate.  Well, this precious girl is a little of both who will blend perfectly with the sweet forever family that chooses to take her home.  Cinnamon is the “spicy litter” mommy that includes her babies Paprika, Cayenne, Nutmeg, and Rosemary. She has raised four beautiful babies and is ready for a home of her own.  Cinnamon is a sophisticated little lady both in appearance and demeanor.  She is a quiet kitty in a slender frame who carefully observes her environment.  She responds to people and other animals with quiet confidence approaching gracefully as they enter the room.  She rubs against your legs to invite pets and remains close by to receive long, gentle strokes down her back.  She touches her face to the face of others to express her acceptance.  Cinnamon is socialized with other cats as well as dogs.

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Cinnamon will be great in a home including children or other cats/kittens. Given a proper introduction process, most cats do learn to get along very well with dogs and puppies as well. Cinnamon has no special needs and will make a very special addition to the family.         

Like all SNAP pets, Cinnamon is spayed, up to date on shots and vaccinations, and micro-chipped.    

Cinnamon is ready to meet you by special appointment. If you are interested in finding out more about Cinnamon, fostering or adoption, please email us at . You can also apply for adoption online.  

You may visit to preview  all our available cats, kittens, dogs, and puppies or learn more about  volunteering with SNAP. Please feel welcome to drop by one of our area PetSmart, Petco, or Pet Supermarket adoption centers as well.  

SNAP is a non-profit 501c3 animal rescue organization dedicated to spay and neutering programs, rescues and adoptions for Atlanta-area pets. See more about us here or follow us on Facebook for the latest updates on SNAP people, pets and adoption news.

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