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Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Hi I'm Odo. You can also call me Mr. Long and Lanky and I'm all love. You'll find me loping through the house, all mellow, checking on my people, and then settling in to such a deep slumber I'll miss a meal! I'm a wonderful lap kitty with a loud and unstoppable purr. I love my people time, cuddling up to your neck and dozing off while you rub my belly. Bring me home with a brother: Dax or Sisko! I'm also deaf and will need extra time to transition to my new family and a new schedule. Teach me a few basic signs for food, water, and play and you'll be communicating perfectly. My foster family is happy to teach you. 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, Odo will need to be adopted with one of his siblings (Dax and Sisko) 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: Odo is available for a foster-to-adopt arrangement. Odo can move to an approved adoptive home when he is 12+ weeks old but will remain the property of The Bitty Kitty Brigade until medical care has been completed including his neuter surgery.


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