Adoptable Pets: Tabby Needs a Home for the Holidays

Delilah is available for adoption at One of A Kind Pets in Akron.

Watch the video above to learn more about Delilah the cat.

Adoption fees:

Dogs 6 months and older are $200. That includes up-to-date vaccinations, heart worm tests, flea prevention, microchip, spay/neuter and a rabies shot.

Puppies to 6 months are $250 and include the same preventatives as above.

Senior dogs are $150 and include the same preventatives as above.

Cats are $80. That includes up-to-date vaccinations, feline leukemia shots, flea prevention, microchip, spay/neuter, rabies shot.

Kittens and declawed cats are $100 and include the same preventatives as above.

Contact One of A Kind Pet Rescue at 330-865-6200.

Keith Best November 18, 2012 at 01:11 PM
I feel sorry for the cats and dogs. Eventually with the way Obama is ruining this country so many of us will be living in Rent- a -storage sheds that we will be forced to give up our pets.
Jerry November 18, 2012 at 04:12 PM
I got a 2 year old female gray and white cat from the center on West Market street. They got her from the pound when she was a kitten. I am not sure about this place now. I took her to our vet we use for our other cat. I took her to have her teeth cleaned, turns out she needed 9 of them pulled right away. She was in pain. She also was born with a bathroom problem. Sometimes she can't make it to her box in time. I was not given any paperwork from their vet or told anything about her. Don't get me wrong, I love this cat so much and she will get any medical help she needs. I just don't think this place takes very good care of their animals. Miss Lily now has a home where she gets more love than she can stand. I am glad I went in there back on Jan 5 to get her out of there.
Carla Hopkins January 02, 2013 at 10:06 AM
I already have a pet that my Parents hardly permitted me for. I love my pet and I wish Tabby gets a lovable home soon. http://www.inkpressboutique.com


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