This week for Adorable and Adoptable, we have a kitten that is aptly named.
Kitten (heart that name) is a 9-month-old muted calico kitty with beautiful eyes. Just look at them! Sources tell us she’s very laid back, calm, quiet and sweet. Who needs a cat when you can have a Kitten?
She loves to be pet and scratched and is a purring machine! Meet her and fall in love with her at the GBHS.
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Sometimes, it’s an animal’s inner beauty that really makes it shine. Einstein came to #GBHS because his young owner was going to college and her parents no longer wanted the responsibility of caring for an animal. He arrived with a sweater adhered to his skin and patches of hair missing all over. However, his sweet personality won the staff over immediately, and he was placed into foster care where his skin had time to heal, and his hair had time to grow back. One of our staff members fell in love while taking him to appear on TV to promote the foster program, and now he has a forever home where he is spoiled and loved – skin issues and all. Einstein's story is just one of many examples of how fostering saves lives, giving animals time to recover so they look as beautiful on the outside as they do on the inside! Choose love by joining or supporting our foster program today – more information at gbhs.org/communitycare #Bham #BhamAL #Birmingham #DogsofBham #AdoptDontShop #Foster
All adoptable pets from the GBHS are neutered/spayed, microchipped and up-to-date on all vaccines. They also have more than just cats, dogs and puppies. They sometimes have birds, ferrets, reptiles, pigs, bunnies and other pets up for adoption.
All active and retired military members and their immediate family members receive waived adoption fees with a valid ID presented at the time of adoption.
You can find all of the adoptable pets at GBHS right here. It’s updated regularly as pets become adoptable.