Meet Lex! He and his siblings were born in the woods to a feral mom and a kind lady later caught them and brought them into her home. He's a sweet, playful kitten and needs to be adopted with one of his siblings: Kiki, Topaz, Turbo or Storm.
Our policy is only to adopt bonded kittens together. This bond will help the kittens adjust to their new home because they have the comfort and friendship of each other. Even if there are other pets in the home, this bond will continue. While single kittens that are not bonded with another kitten from their litter or foster home may be adopted, there must also be another cat in the new home under the age of two. Adopting two kittens is always recommended because a kitten left alone during the day can become lonely and bored, which sometimes can lead to mischief.
Interested in adopting? Click the following link to complete a pre-adopt application:
https://fayettehumane.org/adopt/catapplication/For full details about ADOPTING, please visit our Adoption Guide (https://fayettehumane.org/adoption-information/adoption-guide/).
All our dogs are tested for heartworms, spayed/neutered, up-to-date on age appropriate vaccines and flea prevention.
Cats are tested for FLV/FIV when age appropriate, as kittens tested at an age less than 16 weeks tends to lead to unreliable results. All our cats are spayed/neutered, up-to-date on age appropriate vaccines and flea prevention.
FindpetTM is a Participating Pet Recovery Service Registry for the AAHA Universal Pet Microchip Lookup Tool. AAHA provides an
internet-based application that enables veterinarians, humane organizations, pet owners or other persons to search various Pet
Recovery Service registries and identify those registries on which a particular microchip is registered. AAHA is not affiliated or
involved with any specific microchip registry and has no relationship, financial or otherwise, with this Participating Pet Recovery
Service Registry ("Registry"). This Registry has given AAHA permission to search the Registry's database in order to assist pet
owners in being reunited with their pets. AAHA does not maintain a database of microchips of its own. It only links to registries such
as this one. The AAHA Universal Microchip Lookup Tool only searches the databases of companies that elect to participate in the