Dutchess is a 2 year old Siamese cat. She has a sad story that will hopefully have a happy ending.
Dutchess was transferred to the Haven from a partnering animal control shelter. They had taken her in after she was shot in the hip. The bullet broke several bones. She had to have surgery and doctor's put a metal plate in - allowing her to walk. She still has a slight limp but can now walk and she's no longer in pain.
She's fixed, microchipped, up to date on shots, tested for Feline Leukemia/Feline AIDS, de-wormed, and treated for fleas and ticks. All she needs now is a home to call her own!
The Haven is a no-kill adoption guarantee animal shelter. If you are interested in meeting or adopting Dutchess, contact the Haven in Fairhope.
559 S. Section Street
P. O. Box 1063
Fairhope , AL 36532-33
Office (251) 929-3980
Fax (251) 929-0358
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