Domestic Short Hair, Mixed
Gray, White
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Please contact Eleanor Castro ( for more information about this pet.Sweet girl looking for her forever home!BLAIR NEEDS A FOREVER HOME!!!! Name:  Blair      Best Guess for Breed:  Domestic shorthair Best Guess for Age:  8-9 weeks as of 6/27/21      SEX:  Female Approximate Weight:  About 1.1 lbs as of 6/13 Coloring: Gray and white Type of Hair: Kitten fluff! Gets Along With:  Given Blair’s young age, we assume she will get along with cats, kids and dogs. Don’t forget that she will need a proper introduction period - but don’t worry, we can help you with tips and tricks! Currently Living at:  foster in the DMVA area Litter:  Brian, Bert, Briana, Bridgette Special adoption considerations:   N/A I am Looking For: Hi! I’m Blair. I’m looking for a home where I can run and play and be my kitten self. I would love some kitten, cat, dog or human siblings to help me get my energy out.  What My Foster Says About Me:   For a kitten, Blair is a real lovebug. She's also full of adventure and pleasantly curious.    When she's not out discovering new things, Blair likes a soft belly rub or to just hold your finger in her paws. She has been in my home for just 24 hours and every time I've found her under the bed or couch, she's come out immediately for some rubs.    Blair has a great demeanor. She's fun and active, but she's not overly mischievous and can learn quickly. After encountering the spray bottle a couple of times, she recognizes the counter top is not a place for kitties and has quickly turned her attention to other things, like chasing balls of lint . Blair likes to chase other things too: balls, ropes, feathery toys.    She's got a calm, self-confident attitude that does well with older children. She was very receptive to my friend's 9 year old child and played with him.    If you engage her a bit during the day, sweet Blair will sleep through the night. She is truly a delight and so much fun to be around.  Kitten Vetting Requirements : Your kitten may not be fully vaccinated upon adoption.  You will be responsible for providing whatever remaining vaccines are needed to complete the kitten vaccine series. Due to this kitten’s young age, she/he has not yet been spayed or neutered.  As part of the adoption contract, it will be your responsibility, as the adopter, to ensure that this is done no later than 10/14/2021. There are   NO EXCEPTIONS and NO EXTENSIONS to this date . TO ADOPT: The adoption fee for this kitten is $175 ($300 for two cats or kittens adopted together), which includes the cost of routine vetting. If you are interested in adopting, please complete the Adoption Questionnaire online   HERE . Lucky Dog Animal Rescue does our best to provide accurate information about the cats we have for adoption. That said, we cannot make any guarantees about age, breed or temperament. Thank you for contacting Lucky Dog Animal Rescue and helping to save a life! Please visit us online at .  BE A FOSTER!!! Fosters make it possible for Lucky Dog Animal Rescue to save and care for homeless and abandoned dogs! To learn about fostering, please contact ! BE A SPONSOR!!!! Sponsors help Lucky Dog support the many dogs we save.  To learn more about sponsorship, please contact !       


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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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