Munchkin cat Breeders in Georgia

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Cities, Towns, and/or Counties We Serve:

Metro Atlanta

About Our Rescue Group:

Pup & Cat Co. is a non-profit humane society/foster home organization. We are a “no-kill” organization, which means we do not euthanize animals for space or financial reasons, so we ensure that every adoptable animal finds a permanent home. We have been rescuing dogs and cats for almost 15 years in a number of northeast Georgia counties including Barrow, Hall, Madison, Oglethorpe, Oconee, Clarke and Gwinnett.

Many of our animals come from county shelters. Others come from people giving up their pets because they cannot or will not care for them. Some are rescued off the street where they have been abandoned. In addition to providing for basic needs such as food and vaccinations, we also rescue many animals who are sick or injured and need extensive veterinarian care.

Pup & Cat Co. has a rigorous spay and neuter program, thus our motto:

~Don't Litter! Spay and Neuter~

A spay and neuter program not only makes a substantial difference in the number of homeless animals, therefore reducing the number of animals euthanized; spay and neuter can extend the animal's life and well-being by preventing various types of cancer that occur frequently in unaltered males and females. Pup & Cat Co. spays or neuters every animal before he or she is adopted out.

In addition to spay and neuter, all of our animals will be fully vaccinated, dewormed and on heartworm and flea prevention. Dogs will be heartworm tested and negative and cats will be Felv/Fiv tested and negative. Puppies and kittens will be required to have further vaccinations at the appropriate time and age as per the recommendation of the adopter’s veterinarian and at their own expense

Come Meet our Pets:

Since Pup & Cat Co. is a foster home organization we do not have a physical shelter facility. Our adoptions are done by appointment or on adoption days. We hold adoptions at the PetSmart in Buford, Georgia across from the Mall of Georgia every Saturday of the month from 11:30 AM to 3:30 PM. Please be aware that not all of our dogs and cats are brought to PetSmart on adoption days. If you are interested in a particular dog or cat, please e-mail us in advance to check on whether the pet you are interested in will be available to see. If you need directions to the store, please call (678) 482-7449.

Our goal is to place the right pet in the best home for the animal. We do our best to ensure that the pet you choose is the right fit for your home, personality, lifestyle, and family members.

Our Adoption Process:

A Pup & Cat Co. Pre-Adoption Application will be required to be completed for each animal. There may be a waiting period while the application is processed and references checked.

Typical adoption fees are $200.00 per animal. Please keep in mind however that some of our animals may have had extensive veterinary care and therefore may have a higher adoption fee to help cover their medical expenses. Prior to completing a Pre-Adoption Application please check with Pup & Cat Co. on the adoption fee to be charged for the pet that you are interested in adopting. Also, please note that Pup & Cat Co. does not de-claw. Our adoptable cats that are front de-clawed have come to us that way.

Animal abuse

by siriusnut

Clearly that kitty tree is not equiped with a suitable velvet fluffy pillow and enough toys, I can understand the kitties objections, I mean really, and Munchkin clearly isn't getting ALL of the petting in this scenario, that, to a cat, is grounds for like, jail time or something isn't it? Fines? Like you have to hand feed them catnip laced anchovies once a week or something? Pretty kitties :)


Why do people breed deformed cats?

Cats weren't meant to have no hair, have folded ears, or no tail, or short legs. It's not natural. No animal-loving person could possibly breed for what is clearly a deformity.

Any opinions?
You fail to realize they carry a high risk of illnesses. They must be very, very carefully bred in order to avoid these, and even then the risk is high. They're cute of course, but it is, in the end, a deformity that should not be bred.
Just because it is a natural mutation does not make it okay. If a human was born with no limbs, is it natural? Of course. But it is still…

Many of the things you are calling "deformed" are harmless, natural mutations. The Manx cat is a naturally occurring breed from the Isle of Man. Spynx and Peterbalds are also naturally occurring - and harmless. The Spynx, other than being cold, is a very hardy cat. The Scottish fold is another naturally occurring mutation - as is the long haired gene! These breeds you site are not unhealthy, so you're really misinformed. They carry no higher risk of illness than any other breed or domestic short hair. What does a folded ear, for instance, have to do with healthy kidneys, or…

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