You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.Gina was rescued from the Austin City Pound on 7/14/22 when no one came to claim her. She is a siamese mix who is also a very, very friendly girl. She is probably about a year to 2 years old. Gina has tested positve for feline leukemia and neg FIV, is now spayed and is current on shots. She will be adopted as a strictly indoor only girl. Feline leukemia can transfer to other CATS (not dogs) and therefore, she will be adopted to an INDOOR only home without cats. Adoption fee will be waived to the right home. A pet carrier is required at the time of adoption and you must be 21 to adopt from MCHS. To meet Gina or any of our other cats, go to mchs.rescuegroups.org and complete and submit our online application. We will review and get in touch to set up a meeting time. Our address is 101 22 ST SE, Austin, MN. We are located off of I-90 via exit 180B to 218 SOUTH. We are just past our local airport. THANKS.
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