In shelter Cat

Alturas, Modoc County, California, Un...
Domestic Short Hair
Black, White
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How to Adopt Me:  Contact us at and ask for an ADOPTION APPLICATION BLACKY is a young mother who has become more relaxed here in the shelter.  Her five babies were born about April 1 and are growing fast.  MALIBU sports small black spots on his white medium length fur (adoption pending).  TWILIGHT has larger black spots and white blaze on her back.  MIKA is a black girl with a little white spot on her throat like her mother.  ROO is a cream polydactyl boy (adoption pending), and BIANCA is a black with white splotches.  The kittens are getting more curious each day as their hearing and eye site improve. If you are interested in adopting Blacky once she is spayed (after her kittens are weaned) or you would like to put a hold on a kitten that is not already spoken for, email and come in to meet the Cat Coordinator, Linda during normal business hours. HPHS supports spay/neutering of all pets. Adopt from us and your new pet is spayed or neutered.  They are up to date with their shots as well.   Discount spay/neuter vouchers are also available at the Second Chance Thrift Store. Income verification is necessary tp receive the voucher.


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