Flash - Kitten   

In shelter Cat

Rootstown, Ohio, 44272
Domestic Short Hair
Black (Mostly)
Lost or found date:
Pet name:
Flash - Kitten
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Meet Flash! This cutie was surrendered to us when his owners could no longer care for him and his siblings. He is about 4 months old now (3/20/2021 Best Estimate of his age) and is a typical happy and friendly little kitten. Flash is being fostered with three other cats, three dogs, and a human and does well with everyone!  Flash is used to his active foster household and would be a great addition to any home. Flash is litterbox trained and eating hard and soft cat food.  Like any kitten, he is learning the ropes of house manners and will occasionally jump on counters or scratch at surfaces he shouldn't. Flash's adopters will need to gently redirect him as he grows up to help him learn. Flash's adoption fee of $100.00 includes:  Test for Feline Leukemia - FeLV/FIV (negative) -Neuter surgery  -FVRCP vaccine -Feline Leukemia vaccine -Rabies vaccine (if old enough) -Routine de-worming -Topical flea protection -Nail trim -Microchip -Health record   If you are interested in adopting Flash, please go to our website (www.rosesrescue.net) to fill out an online adoption application. Click on our name "Roses Rescue" in blue above to be taken directly to our website.    


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