Hi there, Im Jill! Im new to the shelter along with my mom and siblings. Although Im not quite ready for adoption yet, shelter staff is currently accepting adoption applications for me in the meantime!
Im sure youre excited to get to know me, so heres what I have to say!
- I am super sweet and affectionate when Im not running around playing with my siblings!
- I LOVE to run super fast just like my siblings. Were speed racers!
- We also dabble in parkour, jumping from a cat tree to cat tower to a scratching post! We are quite the entertainment!
- My favorite toys are stuffed mice and jingle bells!
- I dont mind being snuggled for a little bit before I go back to playing!
- I am expected to do well with other animals and children as long as I have a proper introduction. I am just a baby after all!
If you have specific questions about Jill, contact shelter staff.
**Jill will be spayed and FIV/Feline Leukemia combo tested prior to going to her new home. She has been given her first feline distemper vaccine and a simple dewormer and flea and tick treatment.** Please keep in mind kittens require a series of vaccinations until they reach 6m of age, this can be costly!**
Jill will have an adoption fee of $55 with an approved adoption application. This fee will cover the cost of her spay, feline distemper vaccine, and simple dewormer. This fee does NOT cover the cost of her FIV/Feline Leukemia combo test, this additional fee is paid by her adopter, directly to the vet clinic at time of pick up. Jill is not yet old enough for rabies vaccination. This will be taken care of by her adopter, once the appropriate age has been reached.
If you would like to meet with Jill, you must first complete an adoption application which can be found here:
Once completed, you must submit to shelter staff via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by fax. Shelter staff will review your application once received and touch base with you to schedule a meet and greet.
The Liberty Animal Shelter is currently open by appointment only.
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