Breeds:
Domestic Long Hair, Mixed
Colors:
Gray (Mostly)
Lost or found date:
07/14/2021
Pet name:
GiGi
Gender:
Female
Size:
Medium
Age:
Baby
Coat length:
Short
Description:
Three 3-week old kittens were brought to our shelter when a woman realized that the feral cat in their neighborhood only moved 1 of her 4 kittens and had not returned after 8 hours.  These three were bottle babies (GiGi, BeeBee and CiCi) and have grown up to be spry, beautiful characters ready to find their forever homes. While in foster they have been loved by a 10 yr. old lab and a 10 year old tortie.   GiGi loves to snuggle and she adores her littermates; lots of romping goes on when these three play.  Please consider adopting GiGi and possibly a littermate or two?  Signed, Foster Mom.ADOPTION INCLUDES: Spay or Neuter,Worming,Vaccinations (excluding rabies),Microchip,Free Vet visit at Participating Offices,30 Days of Health Insurance provided by PetHealth (some restrictions apply). Adoption Fees may vary, but our standard fees are: Kittens and Cats $85, Puppies $175 and Dogs $125. We offer Discounts on Senior Animals and Special Needs Animals. We also offer special incentives for Seniors and Military.You can fill out an application on line at https://www.thhs.org/info/adoption . Staff recommend that you use the Chrome or Firefox web browser to access the form. Currently, we are open for walk through visits for cats/kittens only. Please do not bring children under the age of 16 for walk through visits and we do ask that you wear a mask. We do have a small meet and greet space to accommodate young people for adoption meet and greets.  We strive to keep our pets, staff and you safe and healthy during this pandemic.

Location


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
 
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