Chips Ahoy has a great demeanor for a kitten. She is super easy going and wants to be friends with everyone. Within a few days she won over the older cats in her foster home, and is now friends with everyone. Don't let her small size fool you, Chips Ahoy is an absolute bundle of energy. She is also very people oriented and follows her foster dad around the house getting underfoot and wanting to participate in everything. She loves to be petted and held, especially if she can see whatever is going on. Once she is tired out, she loves to be snuggled close and will insist on falling asleep on your lap. Chips Ahoy will do best in an active home where she will get the stimulation that she needs. She does great with other cats, and we think she would also do well with a dog or children. While Chips Ahoy does well not biting or scratching during play, she does sometimes like to nip an earlobe to show affection. Her foster dad is working with her on this. Chips Ahoy came to us from a hoarding situation in Wisconsin in June. She was born around 4/1/21 and would love to go home with another cat. Her adoption fee is $106. Two kittens are better than one! Visit http://www.kittenlady.org/twokittens to learn more about why. When possible, we prioritize adopting kittens as pairs or into homes with other cats. **Our shelter is open by appointment only for approved applicants. If you would like to adopt, the first step is to fill out an application at sftsrescue.org/adoptable-cats.** All of our kittens are spayed or neutered, microchipped, and are as vaccinated as their age allows. Kittens under 4 months may not yet have Rabies vaccines and need an additional FVRCP booster. They have received routine dewormer and flea/tick prevention. Kittens are tested for FeLV and some are also tested for FIV. All animals receive any necessary veterinary treatment such as surgeries, dental procedures, and other treatment as needed.
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