Opt to Adopt: When Life Gives You a Lemon, Adopt Him – Greenville, SC



Lemon is available at Kitten Action Team in Greenville, SC:

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Photo from Petfinder.com

Lemon (Musick/MCE70), 9 wks., DSH-Brown Tabby, Male.

Rescued from a goat farm in rural Greenville County with siblings. The peacocks living on the farm pose a danger to the kittens. Beautiful and ready for a furever home. Very social, sweet, playful and loving. Small ulcer on left eye. No loss of sight and no drainage.

You can see beautiful Lemon on his Petfinder.com page: HERE.

Remember, adopt cats, we deserve it!!!!!  More Forever Homes More Often!  Purrrrr! Zip! Later!

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42 thoughts on “Opt to Adopt: When Life Gives You a Lemon, Adopt Him – Greenville, SC

  1. Marg

    Hi there Lemon. So glad you got away from those darn peacocks. And we have a paws all crossed for to find that wonderful forever home. You are just so cute. You all have a great day.

  2. Pat Hatt

    Those peacocks can get nasty, we’ve had a few of them in our day, but they were caged, so couldn’t do much. Hopefully a great home will come soon.

  3. Laila and Minchie

    The only good thing about peacocks is that their feathers make the best toys! Love all your stripes, Lemon! Hoping you find the purrfect forever home real soon.

    Brian, we vote for your shelter every day.

  4. Kitties Blue

    What a sweetie pie. If he grows into those ears, he will be a substantial man-cat. We will purr and pray for him as we continue to do for Scuttles. XO, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

  5. da tabbies o trout towne

    best fishes two ewe wee dood…hope yur in yur for everz in time for a pic a nic thiz week oh end !! ♥

  6. Whisppy

    Who knew that peacocks could be a danger to kitties? We don’t think you’ll have long to wait before your furrever family brings you home, Lemon!

  7. Clooney

    Purrs to Lemon for finding a loving, safe forever home, we are so happy he was rescued. We like your new pic of Scuttles, so cute…purrs to the sweet girl for finding her forever home too.

  8. Sherri-Ellen T-D

    Little stripey Lemon is no lemon in my books! He is adorable…bet he finds a forever home within a week!!!
    Thanks for sharing him Brian & Dad 😉
    Love Sherri-Ellen & Nylablue (too stoned on Valium to care…)

  9. Fraidy Cats!

    squeee!!!!!!!!! just…squeeeee!!!!!!!!!!! 😀
    Lemon is a little cutie! we sure hope somebuddy scoops him up fast!

    Pip, Smidgen, Minnie, Hollie

  10. meowmeowmans

    I never even thought of peacocks as dangerous to small animals. But that does make sense. We are purring for little Lemon to find a forever home lickety split!

  11. janet waite

    Okay… So I adopted a dog-attacked cripple from my Vet years ago, and she never had ANY idea that she was less then PERFECT. Now I see TONS of comments from hundreds of people: Well, just please go and adopt this sweet Baby!! I would ‘cept I have 3 kitties now: stray I adopted from my back yard; stray I adopted from the local pet shelter 10 yrs ago; and stray I adopted from my Cats Exclusive pet shelter a year ago……. What are OTHERS doing to save this sweet baby?!?! I would even pay to have him shipped here (to the West Coast of USA!) but that might be too stressful for the kitty.. BUT the local rules limit me to THREE babies or I would hafta get a “shelter license” which would be too weird. Come On, Folks: STEP UP!! Save a life; this sweet baby would be SUCH an amazing benefit to anyone’s home. God Bless You………

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