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Gideon Lou

* Featured on WAFF48 Tennessee Valley Living *
 
Gideon is a handsome orange tabby. He can be a bit shy at first but warms up quickly. Gideon loves to run and play but would prefer a home without dogs.
 
Gideon is fully litter box trained, up to date on his shots, neutered and microchipped. He’s looking for the purr-fect home.
 
If you’re interested in adopting Gideon, please click the link below to fill out an application

Sierra Lou

Sierra is a gray and brown tabby with stunning markings. She’s sweet and cuddly. Sierra loves playtime. This girl has the loudest purr I’ve ever heard. Such a sweetheart!

Sierra is litter box trained, up to date on her shots, spayed and microchipped. She is ready to find the purr-fect home. 

If you’re interested in adopting Sierra, please click the link below to fill out an application.

Cookie Lou

Cookie is a very sweet, playful girl. She can be a bit shy at first but warms up quickly. She is affectionate and loves to cuddle.

Cookie is litter box trained, up to date on her shots, spayed and microchipped. Cookie is ready to go to her fur-ever home. 

If you’re interested in adopting Cookie, please click the link below to fill out an application.

Note: Cookie was named after my children’s favorite storybook. Thankfully she hasn’t done any of these mischievous things but if you’d like to see a read aloud video, click this link: Cookie’s Week by Cindy Ward and Tomie dePaola 

Purrsley Lou

Purrsley is a 3 month old dilute calico. She is very affectionate and lives up to her name. Her motor is constantly running. She’s both sweet and playful but also loves to cuddle.
 
Purrsley is litter box trained, up to date on her shots and will be spayed, microchipped and ready to go to her new home around the end of October.
 
If you’re interested in adopting Purrsely, please click the link below to fill out an application.

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Inquiring minds want to know why we use “Lou” at the end of each name. This helps my Liaison identify who she is responsible for. So please use “Lou” when inquiring or applying to adopt one of these adorable kittens.

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