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In shelter Cat

Dorset, ON, P0A 1E0
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Tabby (Brown / Chocolate)
Joey is a female brown tabby with white who is 9 weeks old and located in Guelph. 

Joey has been in foster care with her mama and siblings since they were one week old and are now ready to find her forever families. She is the quintessential kitten and LOVES to play and have fun chasing toys. Her favourite toys to bat and chase are springs, crinkle balls, and balls that make noise. But good luck finding them, she has a secret stash hidden some where, their foster parents just can’t find it! 

Joey loves to tumble and play together with her siblings, but enjoys a good snuggle when play time is over. Having been in foster care from a very young age, she is well socialized and shows little fear, unless she hears the vacuum monster. She  is often found at the top of the cat tree together with her siblings. She loves cuddles with her foster humans as well and enjoy a good scratch to get her purring. She would likely do well with a cat savvy dog with proper introductions. 

Joey is spayed, microchipped, & have their first vaccine. Booster vaccines are the responsibility of the adopter which will be due shortly after adoption. Adoption fee is $250.

Please note, we only adopt our kittens to homes with another young pet or in pairs. To apply, please submit an adoption application.


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