Breeds:
Domestic Short Hair
Colors:
Lost or found date:
07/15/2021
Pet name:
Zinc
Gender:
Male
Size:
Small
Age:
Young
Description:
Hi, I am Zinc and my brother Gypsum and I look so much alike that they have to mark our ears to tell us apart. We are both a classic Tabby coloring which means that we have swirls instead of stripes on our fur. I know the 2 fluff a lumps, Galina and Cinnabar think they are more beautiful but swirls are better than fluff. I love my brother Gypsum the most and sleep with him more often but both of us love to cuddle in a lap and get our head and tummies petted. 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, Zinc will need to be adopted with one of his siblings (Gypsum, Pyrite, Cinnabar, and Galina) 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: Zinc is available for a foster-to-adopt arrangement. Zinc 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.

Location


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