Whiskers Project is happy to announce the opening of the Lucky Cat Thrift Store! Come shop our new quaint and friendly thrift store that supports felines. The Lucky Cat Thrift Store is open Wednesdays through Saturdays 10am-4pm. We are accepting donations during store hours. Also, if you would like to help at the store, we have two different 3 hour volunteer shifts, from 10am-1pm and 1pm-4pm. Come have some fun and meet some great customers. Animal Lovers are the best!
You can find us in Blairsville at 5933 Hwy 515E, next to the Blairsville RV Sales Lot. We have a lot of great deals just waiting for you!
This wonderful Trio is looking for a lucky place to call home. Avis is trying to come out of his shell, Alisha is a little cautious kitty but she is a lot of fun, and Arlo loves being with his bother and sister. They are all extra cute and precious cuddle bunnies. We have a special adoption fee for all three, $125!
To find out more about this Featured Feline, click over to our Available Pets page for additional information.
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From the Owner: “Our semi-feral kitty, Howard is missing. It took us over a year to gain his trust after he showed up on our property almost 3 years ago. We had him neutered and he’s up to date on his shots. He is still a little on the “wild” side, so he probably wouldn’t go willingly with people besides us. He’s a big orange, fluffy kitty with green eyes. In the past he always stayed close to our home, which is in the Town Creek School Rd/Dallas Collins Rd area. He was always very “street smart” and if he felt threatened, he would quickly run and hide or climb a tree. He was last seen around 5/3/2015.”
If you see him, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or Mike at Union County Sheriff’s Animal Control Office: 706-439-6052.