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In shelter Cat

Hamilton, OH, 45013
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
This special girl was found with her siblings in a very bad situation and is learning to trust humans. She has come such a long long way! We are so proud of this angel. She allows petting and even lets certain people hold her! She is best friends with Peacock and they love to snuggle and reassure each other. Pigeon & Peacock are a bonded pair, and are looking to go home together.All AAF cats and dogs are vaccinated, spayed or neutered, and microchipped. All cats receive a FelV/FIV combination test while dogs over the age of 8 months are tested for heartworms. All pets are also treated for both intestinal parasites and fleas. The AAF is proud of the medical attention that is given to each and every pet as their health and well-being is of the utmost importance to our organization.

The adoption fees for our pets areas follows:
 Kittens: $85
 Cats 5 Months and older: $60
 Puppies: $150
 Dogs 5 Months and older: $135

You can visit us and all of our pets who are available for adoption:
 Tuesday-Friday 4 PM 7 PM
 Saturday and Sunday 1 PM- 4 PM

You can meet the cats and kittens, however we do not do same day adoptions. An application is required and must be qualified prior to an official adoption appointment. You can see our dogs from the adoption aisle, however, prior to a personal meeting, you must submit an application and receive an adoption appointment. If you have any questions, stop in or call us at 737-PETS.

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