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From Pat, who posts these notices:

If you are interested in learning more about these cats and the King George Animal Rescue League, please PM me to let me know: I get weekly e-mail messages from KGARL with information on all the cats, including photos, and I'll be glad to forward the current one and/or earlier ones on to you.

Thanks, and God bless!
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As of March 19, 2017, there are 11 Cats/Kittens needing homes available at the King George Animal Control (KGAC). A PDF version of this update, showing pictures of the cats with names and information (2 not shown), is available at this address: https://gallery.mailchimp.com/6e39ca..._2017_cats.pdf.

SOME OF OUR CATS ARE URGENT. IF YOU CAN PULL ANY CAT, PLEASE LET US KNOW IMMEDIATELY!!!!

The King George Animal Rescue League (KGARL) is able to help transport animals if you are a rescue group and have your paperwork on file at the KGAC (call 540-775-2120 for details).

Reasonable transport may be provided upon request, but very long distance transports (more than 70 miles) will be your responsibility. KGAC will waive pull fees for 501(c)(3) rescue organizations, and KGARL will help with vaccinations, and transports (up to ~70 miles).

Please pass these photos and this info onto rescue organizations that you may know who could save them. When doing so, please pass on all information required, including the rules for adopting/pulling from KGAC.

PLEASE CIRCULATE!!!

If you can rescue any of these cats or need to know more about any of them, please contact Brandi Janezeck at KGAC, [email protected] or 540-775-2120.

The KGAC facility is located at 11377 Citizens’ Way, King George, VA 22485. KGAC is open 10:00-4:30 Monday thru Friday; 10:00-1:00 Saturday; closed Holidays and Sundays.

Thank you!


King George Animal Rescue League

http://www.kgarl.org
www.facebook.com/kgarl
www.facebook.com/groups/kgarlvolunteers
1-888-KGARLVA

Our mailing address is:
King George Animal Rescue League
PO Box 1003
Dahlgren, VA 22448


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