Meet Tye and Ciara - Sunday's Rescues in Action cats available through St. Francis Society Animal Rescue.
Tye - A quiet spirit, Tye has beautiful green eyes that look deep into your soul. Her white whiskers stand out against her Siamese-featured face. Her toes are white and so is the tip of her tail. Tye has a spark of playfulness that surfaces when she's with her babies. She is accepting of other non-aggressive cats and dogs. She enjoys being held and stroked as evidenced by her sweet purr and half-closed eyes when she experiences love and affection.
Ciara - A wonderful combination of intelligence and spunk, Ciara also loves her share of attention and affection after she's played her heart out. She can be a talkative girl that speaks to her intelligence. This little character doesn't mind the company of other non-aggressive cats and dogs.
About St. Francis Society Animal Rescue: St. Francis Society Animal Rescue (SFSAR) is a Tampa, Florida-based non-profit, all-volunteer organization. Founder, Raquel Aluisy established the organization in the back of her garage in 1997, essentially marking the beginning of the no-kill rescue group movement in Hillsborough County. Since then, more than 8,000 dogs and cats have been rescued and found their way into the care of St. Francis Society Animal Rescue.
Adoption Center Location. PetsMart (Citrus Park), 12835 Citrus Plaza, Tampa, FL 33625. Hours are Saturdays & Sundays, Noon to 5 p.m.
Contact Info. http://www.stfrancisrescue.org/ , or call 813-830-7251.
To Adopt Tye and Ciara. Interested adopters should visit the St. Francis Society website and complete an online application. They will be reviewed on a first-come, first-serve basis and contacted about their application status within 24 hours. A meet and greet will be set up for suitable adopters at the PetsMart Adoption Center at a mutually convenient time. Should prospective adopters have questions about Tye and Ciara, they can email email@example.com. If they do not have online computer access, they can call 813-215-5421.
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