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Daisy bonded with Frankie   

In shelter Cat

Hamilton, ON, L8K 2J3
Pet name:
Daisy bonded with Frankie
Gender:
Female
Breeds:
Domestic Short Hair
Date:
07/17/2022
Colors:
Black
Size:
Small
Age:
Baby
Coat length:
Short
Description:
Please note that Daisy and Frankie are bonded and must be adopted together. Update September 14th - Daisy and Frankie are at the Pet Valu, 115 Hamilton St N Waterdown. 
Please read  Daisys  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 and fill out an online application form, an adoption coordinator will be in touch.  Please chose the Hamilton/Burlington location.
Daisy and her brother Frankie were found at about 5 weeks on their own in a rural setting, mom had been killed.  They went to a foster home where they were cared for til they were old enough  for adoption.   Daisy has been flea treated twice , dewormed x 3 , received 2 sets of  FVCRP vaccines with rabies, spayed and microchipped.  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.      Daisy just loves playing with her toys, eating all the great food and her nice warm bed. Daisy and Frankie MUST be adopted together.  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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Action Volunteers for Animals - Hamilton stonemorgante@yahoo.ca

Location


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