a concerned cat lover / Warner Robins (GA) Animal shelter
by Kathy Mackowski
(Bonaire, GA, Houston CO)
I was browsing your website about Turkish Angoras and remembered that this cat is at the Warner Robins (GA) animal shelter just recently. I adopted a second kitten in Sept, and the person in charge said they try to keep them as long as possible. Is there a way we can save her?
(478) 222-1345 Day/work
(478) 329-8853 Home/evening
(478) 918-5775 cell
Calico/Extra-Toes Cat (Hemingway Polydactyl) Mix: An adoptable cat in Warner Robins, GA
Medium � Adult � Female
This is a really pretty long hair female adult Polydactyl Calico. She has extra toes on her pretty white legs!
Please call the Warner Robins Animal Control at 478 929-7290 if you are interested in adoption.
208 Stalnaker Drive
Warner Robins, GA 31088
Basically this Polydactyl Rescue page is meant for the rescue organizations to advertise their work, but lets publish this for three reasons:
1) To find this kitty a home
2) To show how beautiful Polydactyls are
3) Because you mention here the Petfinder, which is a wonderful resource for any animal lover to find their new forever pet.
I added the “Warner Robins (GA) Animal shelter” to your headline to spread knowledge of their work.
I would love to hear if (and hopefully “when”) this pretty Polydactyl girl finds a home! (Does she have a name?)
I loved to read you adopted another kitty from a shelter - you really showed you have a heart and are a true helper of animals in distress, willing to help cats in shelters - they really need all the help they can get!
Perhaps you might consider sending us pics of your two cats? You can do so if you go to House Cats and go to the end of the page. You will find a similar form there to tell about your kitties. At the end of the text at that page is also a link to the Polydactyl cats and there is a form to use if your cats are Polydactyls. To me it seems the owners of these lovable many-toes felines really love them - there are so many “letters” there already!
Or if you'd prefer to spread the word of rescued cats as pets,
tell about your rescued cats here.
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