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In memory of Peter Zippi, a young man dedicated to the care of animals, The Peter Zippi Fund For Animals was founded in 1977 by Dr. Alice Villalobos. We have adopted out over 14,000 pets (mostly cats) since then. The Fund is run by wonderful volunteers who work tirelessly to help those who can't help themselves. The Fund sponsors medical treatment, shelter, and adoptions for lost and homeless animals.
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George

The best home for me would be one where my humans give me lots of attention and lots - and I do mean lots - of active play time.   I prefer to not share my humans with any other pet, so I need to be an only cat.

I'm a healthy, neutered guy with a microchip.  I've tested negative for FeLV and FIV, and I'm current on my adult vaccinations.  My adoption fee of only $60 includes the above services!

You can meet me at The Peter Zippi Fund in Hermosa Beach on Thursday evenings between 5pm and 6pm or on Sunday afternoons from 1pm to 3pm.
If you'd like to make an appointment or need additional information, please call 310.379.1264, or email contact at peterzippifund.com, and please provide your phone number so our adoption counselor can contact you.



 


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Our 2014 Event Schedule
   Fiesta Hermosa             UPDATE!               Aug 30, 31 and Sept 1    10am till 5pm each day. Hermosa Villiage Pkng Lot
 
 Don't Miss our          Annual Fundraiser          Oct. 26 11am to 4pm        VCA Coast Animal Hospital
 
•    OPEN ADOPTIONS:
Thursdays - 5pm to 6:30pm, VCA Coast Animal Hospital
Sundays - 1pm to 3pm, VCA Coast Animal Hospital 

They call me "Gorgeous George" for a reason:      I *am* a gorgeous guy!

I'm not quite two years old (estimated birth date of 11/12/12), a Flame Point Siamese and DSH mix.

When I lost my home and found myself in a small cage, I was *not* happy.  I acted out until my caretakers realized I needed more space and lots of attention and vigorous play time. 

So I came to The Peter Zippi Fund to find myself a new, indoor only home.  Now I get lots of attention from PZF volunteers but I really need a home of my own, where I can feel loved and secure once more.

I'm more of a "guy's cat":  I warm up to human males faster than to human females.