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K-52 Funshine Bear   

In shelter Cat

Billings, MT, 59101
Pet name:
K-52 Funshine Bear
Coat length:
Hello, my name is Funshine Bear. Im only 12 weeks old, current on vaccinations for my age and spayed. I along with my siblings are at the shelter.

My siblings and I were brought to HHP in hopes of finding forever homes. We are all very cute, loving, and impressionable. Good with other cats, patient dogs, and people of all ages. We would do well with families who are familiar with kitten rearing and behavior. Lots of play, affection, and patience to help our energetic and growing minds thrive. Please come and visit, well warm your heart with our purrs!

Adoption Fee: $125
This fee helps pay for the vaccinations, spay/neuter, boarding, food, and overall care and shelter of all animals in our care.

*Includes neuter with HHP vet. If a personal vet is preferred, a partial refund will be issued.

**If youre unable to adopt, please consider donating or volunteering your time to these deserving animals currently living at HHP. They require care and love on a daily basis, which adds up monetarily and also volunteer hours. Our shelter is funded by donations and adoption fees alone. The need is great within our community and your support matters.

If you have questions, please stop by any day between 1pm-6pm. Contact our office at (406) 896-1700 or Angie (406) 860-8735.


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