Beautiful Buff Girl with Orange EyesBuffy was rescued from behind a Thai Restaurant and boy was she happy to have a human hold her and keep her safe. She holds a special affection for humans and this girl is just beautiful in every way. Her gorgeous orange eyes (lead right to her soul) are truly accented by her pretty buff color and she is just as sweet as can be, however, she can become overstimulated at the rescue and nip (never breaking skin), but we believe that in the right mellow environment, she will make the most purrrfect kit for the family, as long as you are willing to take your time and not be too anxious and can work with her for a couple of weeks. She was also featured on the cover of one of Georgia's largest circulation magazines in an article on Cat Cafe's. She is truly one of our favorites and can't wait for her to find her right furrrrever home!!!
If you'd like to meet one of our kitties go to www.catrangers.org and submit an application form or go to https://www.catrangers.org/forms/form?formid=6170How our Adoption Process Works:
We take loving care to help match the right kitty with the right family.
1. Ideally identify a couple of kitty candidates on our website, use the advanced search capability to find what you need. You can also tell our team what you are looking for and they will help with suggestions. If you are seeing our kitties on an adoption website you may want to pop on over to www.catrangers.org where we often have even more pictures.
2. Fill out an application online at catrangers.org. Once we have an application our adoption team can work with you to arrange appointments for either virtual or in person meetings with candidate kitties. Kittens are kept in foster homes to make sure they are being properly socialized. Visits may be virtual, at foster's home or at the CatRangers Center in Buford.
3. Our adoption team conducts a personal interview with you and then a virtual home visit to make sure you are fully prepared for a new kitty. Our team also calls and checks your vet reference and personal references. (We really want to you and our kitty to have the very best chance for a lifetime of loving success.)
4. Once application is approved and adoption fee is paid (currently $155 per cat), we reserve the kitty you have selected. The $155 includes all vaccines up to the time of adoption. Kitties have been Felv/FIV tested, treated for fleas and parasites, and have been microchipped. Your adoption fee includes a spay/neuter if your selected kitty has not already been altered.
Some kitties are very popular and you need to move fast to select those you are interested in and get through the process to try to get your first choice in a furever friend. However, please do be patient with our volunteer team. And while you are on our website, if you are interested in volunteering or fostering, please fill out applications!
CatRangers rescues kitties that are facing imminent danger such as euthanization in animal control facilities or risk of abandonment. Every kitty we find a home for, allows us save another! For more information on CatRanger kitties you can email us at email@example.com or call 770-831-5513. Our adoption center is located in Historic Buford, Georgia. CatRangers Center is a homelike environment set up just for our rescued kitties, with no cages. Currently we are open for visitors by appointment only. Please email us or call us for an appointment. CatRangers Center is located at 289 W Shadburn Ave in Historic Buford, Ga. 30518 and our phone number is 770-831-5513. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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