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Save a Stray

Save a Stray is a new group of old hats. We are determined to enrich the lives of the shelter pets of Mobile through spay/neuter programs, shelter medicine, and training classes. Spay/neuter progams are offered to decrease the number of pets entering our shelters. Shelter medicine will be provided for pets in our shelters so healthier pets are adopted or pulled by rescue groups. We hope to increase pet adoptions and the chances of that pet becoming a family member through training classes with shelter pets and at risk youth groups.

Mobile, AL,36608
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Mrs. Buttersworth

Domestic Short Hair | Foley, AL

Age : 3 Months 24 DaysYoungFemaleSmallBrown Tabby


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Meet Mrs. Buttersworth

This unique girl is looking for her forever home. She was picked up at a local race track after someone dumped her there. She was a bit nervous at first, but very understandable bc her very short life has been stressful for a kitty. She has really blossomed while in foster care. She now is more confident, playful and loving. Fill out an application today at

Adoption Process
application, interview, possible home check, adoption contract if approved, Save a Stray will rehome if needed

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