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You may call 919-772-2326 to speak to a counselor for more information prior to your visit. The SPCA has an adoption counseling process for adopters to learn adoption guidelines and adoption options.
I see you''re a little confused, and I must admit, I am too! People keep asking aloud why a wonderful kitty like Garcia is still waiting to be adopted, and it''s just a big mystery to me too! I''m Garcia, and not to brag, but I''m the best cat here! I''m gentle, and even know I that I should scratch only on my scratching posts. Give me plenty of those, and I''ll do my best to keep my claws off your furniture. I haven''t figured out my favorite toys yet, but I''m sure once you spoil me with a few, you''ll see my kitten side come out! I''m affectionate and love to be petted. I''ll even meow and chirp at you to let you know that I want some attention. While I have my independent moments, I still enjoy getting loved on by you. So - don''t I just seem like the whole package?!
~My adoption fee is $45.00.~
Many adoptions will take approximately 1 hour or more. Adoption requirements and tips to speed up the adoption process: Please be able to provide a valid photo I.D. with your current address (If your I.D. does not reflect your current address, bring a piece of mail with your name and address on it) Be able to prove that you are allowed to have a pet where you live (proof of home ownership or a copy of your rental lease including the specific pet policy) Bring along all members of your household, including dogs for an introduction to a new dog. However, we do recommend meeting with an adoption counselor before involving children in the pet selection process. To avoid longer wait times, we strongly recommended that dog-to-dog meetings take place after 1:00pm. Participate in adoption counseling process to learn adoption guidelines and adoption options. Adoption Fees: Dogs & Puppies: $115.00 Cats & Kittens: $95.00 Rabbits: $50.00 Adoption fees include: Basic wellness exam, first vaccinations, spay/neuter surgery, microchipping, deworming and flea preventative. All cats and kittens have tested negative for Feline Leukemia (FeLV) and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV). All dogs and puppies have received heartworm preventative, and dogs/puppies over the age of six months have been tested for heartworms. All rabbits are spayed or neutered. Understand that the SPCA of Wake County reserves the right to deny an adoption. You may call 919-772-2326 to speak to a counselor for more information prior to your visit.