Ginger is a 4-year-old orange tabby who is no stranger to the shelter life. Ginger has been with us a few times through no fault of her own. She was originally found as a stray running the streets, then was adopted and returned because her owners did not have enough time to care for a cat. The last time she was returned because she and the resident cat did not get along. Ginger is ever so ready to finally have a home to call hers forever! She’s a laid-back lady who would rather live with her people than other animals. A calm dog may be OK but we think she would do best as the only kitty. Ginger has been through quite a bit in her short time so a quiet household would be perfect for her! If you’re interested in Ginger, visit her at the Feeders Supply on State Street then head on over to our website (www.nafcanimalshelter.org) to fill out an adoption application. She is spayed, microchipped, and up to date on vaccinations. Her adoption fee is $20.
This Week's Circulars
Muriel M. LaDuke, passed away Wednesday November 25, 2020 at her home. She was the former Muriel King, born in Chicago, Illinois and was the former Executive Director for Southern Indiana Respite. She was also the founder and Executive Director of Kaiser Home Support Services. She was very i…
David Troder Pacey, 69, of Milford, OH, passed away on Thursday, November 26, 2020 at IU Health Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis, IN. He was born on April 12, 1951 to Arthur and Marie Graves Pacey in Jeffersonville, IN. He was a former Realtor and member of First Baptist Church Charlestown…
Patricia Ann Hilbert, 62, of New Albany, passed away on November 20, 2020. Scott Funeral Home, Jeffersonville, is entrusted with the arrangements.
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