In shelter Cat

Saint Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota,...
Domestic Short Hair
Lost or found date:
Pet name:
Hi, I'm Chanel. One of my few favorite things is instigating trouble with my buddies for play time and keeping my foster mom on her toes. I enjoy a good meal and some playing and snuggling with my foster mom and buddies. I love to play with all any cat toys and my buddies' tails, and even a cardboard box has been quite fun. It makes my foster mom smile. I have a couple of partners in crime (Coco and Gigi). We sleep in a pile and play (even a little roughhousing between us). I would be happy to be adopted with any of them . . . we all get along so well. Kittens need buddies! We require that kittens be adopted in pairs, or go to a home that already has another young companion animal. If you already have a young animal or another kitten in your home, great! If not, Chanel will need to be adopted with one of her siblings (Ms. Coco and Ms. Gigi) or another kitten. The adoption fee for a kitten is $225. If you adopt a pair of kittens from The Bitty Kitty Brigade, the adoption fee is $400. Note: Chanel is available for a foster-to-adopt arrangement. Chanel can move to an approved adoptive home when she is 12+ weeks old but will remain the property of The Bitty Kitty Brigade until medical care has been completed including her spay surgery.


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