Birmingham, AL - Domestic Shorthair. Meet Carlie a Cat for Adoption.
The Greater Birmingham Humane Society (GBHS) strives to place our adoptable animals into responsible and loving homes through our adoptions program. We are also busy educating the public both in the schools and through our daily interactions with the public. The GBHS has an outreach education program where we are able to go into the schools and help encourage the youth of our community to care for all living things. Our volunteer program allows caring and dedicated volunteers to help care for the animals and find them loving homes. The GBHS also has a full-time humane education/cruelty prevention staff member who works with the local law enforcement agencies to help stop the cruelty to animals in our city and county. For more information about any of these services please visit our website at !
Bandit - ADOPTION PENDING, a Birmingham Norwegian Forest Cat cat was adopted! Here's how you can benefit by looking at adoption as an option to buying a Norwegian Forest Cat for sale in Birmingham, or seeking a Norwegian Forest Cat cat from a breeder in Birmingham.
This one named Julie is a couple years old now. She is being fostered in Birmingham AL. She was found on a grocery store parking lot looking for bugs to eat. She loves to be pet and snuggle. She talks to you when she wakes in the morning and is hungry. (not crying, but talks- it is so cute). Julie is up-to-date on all shots including rabies and has been spayed. She likes other kitties. She plays and plays. She was so shy when I first got her, she has definitely come out of her shell and will make a wonderful companion. She will talk to you if you spend enough time with her. She will lay down to have her belly rubbed and curl up in your lap to fall asleep. She loves to snugle on the bed with you. She is a small cat. , but will come around eventually if someone shows patience towards her. She has come around for me. It took a year for her to be my best friend. She does still hide on occasion. But mostly when others are in our home. But she talks to me and snuggles with me.
Vet reference and home check required. Adoption fee.
Adoption fee, vet reference and home check required. For more information please contact .As always, every dog, puppy, cat and kitten available for adoption from Greater Birmingham Humane Society will be spayed or neutered and current on vaccines. Potential adopters will be required to submit an application and be subject to an approval process. All members of the household who will live with the adopted pet (including other pet dogs) should be present, and owners should bring vet records for current pets.Please Note: We only adopt our pets to homes in the Greater Birmingham, AL area and its surrounding counties.We are located at 2808 Crescent Avenue in Homewood, AL, and we're open on on Saturdays from 12:00 pm - 4:30 pm. Alabama Animal Adoption SocietyThinking of adopting a dog or cat in Birmingham, AL? While there are many sources offering pets for adoption throughout Birmingham, AL, one of the best ways to find the pet of your dreams is through our pet rehoming service, from a pet owner who can no longer care for their companion.So, for everyone in the Birmingham area that is looking for their first, second, or even fifth feline companion – we have put together a list of great places in and around Birmingham to adopt a cat to celebrate these great occasions! Remember, it is ALWAYS better to adopt an animal in need instead of buying one, and there are lots of great places in the Birmingham area to help you soothe your crazy cat lady (or man) needs!