Please note that AVA does not adopt out a single kitten unless there is another kitten or young cat ( under 3 ) in the home.
Update September 28th - Turnip, Yam & Cassava will be at the Pet Valu, 1900 King St E in the King/Rose Plaza Please read Turnips biography and requirements needed for adopting. If you think she would be a good match and you meet the criteria then please go to avacats.org/adopt/adoption-form and fill out an online application form, an adoption coordinator will be in touch. Please choose the Hamilton/Burllington location
Turnip and her littermates Yam & Cassava were rescued from a not so good barn situation. This older farmer had 10 kittens from 2 different litters running around and had gathered them up in a big carrier. They were about 10 weeks at the time so needed some socialization. They were split up to different foster homes for more one on one time. Turnip has been flea treated twice, dewormed twice, received 2 sets of FVCRP vaccines plus her rabies, spayed and microchipped. Her foster mom says " Turnip is very shy at first but when she warms up she is a very sweet, affectionate little girl. She loves head scratches and spends her time playing and sitting at the window watchin the birds." Her adoption fee is $225, But as of October 1st changes to $275 to reflect the increase in adoption fee when a booster vaccine has been received. Turnip loves playing with her littermates so it would be nice if she found a home with one of them if not she MUST go to a home with another young cat ( under 3 ) or kitten to keep her company, cuddle with and show her the ropes. Two is better than one, twice the fun and 1/2 the work. It is recommended that she starts out in a small safe room at first with food, litter and toys til she adjusts to her new surroundings. AVA has an indoor and no declaw policy. Little kittens are NOT appropriate for children under 6.
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