Owner decided cats are too expensive, leaving Puma at Concord kill shelter


Update: Rescued by Princeton’s Meow August 2016

This is Puma, a tabby beauty whose owner believed he/she was too expensive to keep and turned this precious kitty over to Cabarrus County Animal Control, a kill shelter in Concord, North Carolina. Since the shelter is packed, Puma may be killed for space at any time and needs immediate rescue or adoption.

You can help Puma by sharing this story and by clicking here to pledge toward rescue. Puma is also available for adoption!

CONCORD NC Cabarrus Animal Shelter ID: 1828
Species: CAT Gender: UNKW Breed: SHORT HAIR
Found: 8/2/2016
Notes: Owner surrender owner can no longer care for all the cats!! PLEASE SHARE FOR RESCUE AND VETTING PLEDGES WE CAN NOT DO THIS ALONE THEY NEED YOU TOO!

The Cabarrus Animal Shelter is located on 244 Betsy Carpenter Pl SW Concord NC. Please contact Jana Loos if you can help us rescue or adopt a cat from Cabarrus Shelter Cats. Jana is the new Cabarrus County Adoption/rescue coordinator, email Jana at jrloos@cabarruscounty.us or call (704) 920-3288 If you are interested in rescue or adopting a cat or dog.

You can also contact Marleen Jenkins at Cabarrus Shelter Cats volunteer Facebook community page here, by text at 704-425-4403 or by email at jenkins.marleen@gmail.com.

Confirmation is needed as soon as possible. A veterinarian contracted by Cabarrus County Animal Control comes in by appointment one day a week to kill any cats who aren’t marked for rescue or adoption.

Social media has played a major role in saving shelter pets. Let’s do all we can to get Puma out of the shelter before time runs out. This shelter doesn’t play, and this sweetheart is unlikely to get a stay of execution if not rescued or adopted.

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