Domestic Medium Hair
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Friends to the Forlorn Adopt-a-BullJANE 9 WEEKS OLD DOMESTIC MEDIUM HAIR BLACK FEMALE Jane was found as a stray on the side of the road in Dallas, GA when she was just 4 weeks old.  She ran up a tree and one of our volunteers spent 4 hours and successfully got her down.  We were going to call her Tarzan because she was in the tree but she ended up being a girl so she become Jane.  She was fairly healthy just a little skinny and scared.  She has been nursed back to health and is a sweet little spitfire.  She is eating great, using the litter box and is ready to find her forever family.  She has been around medium-large dogs and does well with them.  We have not had her around other cats yet but she should do fine and would probably enjoy the companionship.  She is still a little timid but warms up quickly.  She loves to make biscuits with her paws and play with toys.   She has 2 kitten vaccines and has been dewormed and is FELV/FIV tested negative.  She will need 1 more kitten vaccine and will be spayed and microchipped.  Her adoption fee is $125.00.  If you are interested in adopting Jane please complete an adoption application at: You can email an questions to


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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