Adoption Fee: $199
Adoption Application: Copy & Paste
Tigger is the mom to Emma, Scarecrow, Ella and Oreo.
Tigger gets along well with all of her kittens.
This little family is being rehomed because the owner doesnt have time for them. Everyone has been spayed or neutered, up to date on vaccines and preventions. They can be adopted together for a reduced fee. Please consider adopting more than one to help keep this family together.
All of these cats are microchipped, and the fee is pre-paid for a lifetime.
Please copy and paste the following URL for the adoption application:
To see all of our pets, please click this link.
Paws of Dixie Animal Rescue adopts in the New England area. Our adoption fee includes the spay/neuter, up to date shots, Microchip, Alabama Health Certificate, and the transport service to get the new family pet to you.
The pets are delivered by a licensed transporter.
COMPLETED APPLICATIONS TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER INQUIRIES. If you are interested in adopting, the FIRST step is to complete an application.
Please be advised that our volunteers are busy rescuing, transporting, and caring for our animals. We will respond to your application as soon as possible. Upon review of your application, the rescue in AL will contact you, so you can ask any specific questions that you may have.
NOTE: All Paws of Dixie animals are located in AL foster homes. They will be transported north after adoption.
If there is more than one decision maker in the home, all of them should be in agreement.
We DO NOT adopt to anyone under the age of 21.
Thank you for your understanding
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