Planned PEThood of Georgia Pet of the Week: Emma

By Planned PEThood of Georgia March 7, 2019
Emma, unfortunately, crossed over the Rainbow Bridge after a Brief Illness.  

Planned PEThood of Georgia is a non-profit organization. Their mission is to reduce the number of animals killed in the local shelters and to provide affordable services, not to make a profit. They keep overhead costs low in order to keep their prices affordable. Donations are welcome to assist with their efforts!

Hi, my name is Emma and I have had a rough few years. I have been bounced from place to place, and am ready to find my final forever home. As you can see, I have very unique markings and its super soft too. I prefer a quiet life. A home with a retired person would be lovely. We could enjoy our days together. I make wonderful biscuits and happy purrs. I am super affectionate and really enjoy my sunny spots in the house. I enjoy sitting beside my foster mom on the couch and sometimes I venture into her lap for a quick pet. I live with dogs and other cats right now and I am fine with them, but a calmer home without small children would be best for me. I hope you look into my deep green eyes and fall in love. I really want to find MY PERSON!

About my past: I was originally rescued from a feral cat colony. I was scared and alone and dumped by my former owners. I didn't know what to do until a nice woman came along and helped me. After her wonderful care, I was adopted into what I thought was my forever home, but again I was lost, alone and afraid. I was picked up by animal control as a stray and unsure of my fate once again. Now I have found my way to Planned PEThood of Georgia and they have promised to find me the perfect home!

Emma is negative for FIV/FeLV, spayed/neutered and up-to-date on vaccinations. She has a microchip that will be transferred to the adopter upon completion of the adoptions process. The adoption fee is $90.00.

She is available for adoption through Planned PEThood of Georgia, a 501(c)(3) non-profit animal welfare organization in Duluth.  Email Lauren, if you would like to meet Emma or know which adoption site s/he will be attending this week.

You can find Planned PEThood of Georgia, Petfinder page, HERE.  On Petfinder, you can find more information about the kittens featured, or different kittens and cats to bring home. Connect with Planned PEThood of Georgia on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

Planned PEThood of Georgia has adoption events from 12 to 4 at four locations each Saturday:
PetSmart Johns Creek, 3630 Peachtree Parkway Suwanee GA 30024
PetSmart Lawrenceville, 875 Lawrenceville-Suwanee Rd Lawrenceville, GA 30043
PetSmart Bethlehem, 916 Loganville Highway Bethlehem, GA 30620
Pet SuperMarket Johns Creek, 5805 State Bridge Rd. Johns Creek GA 30097

To see previous cats featured from Planned PEThood of Georgia please go on their links: America,  Moody, Sirius, Lupin, and Tonks, Twilight and Eclipse, Rosalee, Storm, Willow, Butterfly, Dale, Ariel, Skye, Pookie Bear and Hushpuppy, Clooney, Amethyst, Emma,

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