In shelter Cat

Conroe, Montgomery County, Texas, Uni...
Domestic Short Hair
Black, White
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Feeling the need for a kitten in your life?  Then please consider this little family of 4 friendly feline faces--two black and white brothers named SPLASH and Smudge along with sisters Sable and Splotch.  They're not only funny and playful, but are comfortable being handled by total strangers and can really rev those engines!  Due to their current small size and tender age we advise against adopting to families with kids under about 5 years of age, but these kittens should easily adapt to life with other pets (gentle cats and dogs).  They were rescued along with their mom and will soon be ready to go to new homes.  The adoption fee is just $75.00 each plus a one-time charge of $10.99 for a LIFETIME microchip registration with HomeAgain.  These kittens will already have been spayed/neutered and are current on their vaccinations, worming, flea control and heartworm prevention.  Additionally they've tested negative for the very serious diseases FIV and FeLuk.  To submit an online adoption application (no cost or obligation) please click on the green arrow icon near the top of the page.  Rescue kitties rule!


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