Hi. My name is Juno and I am about 8 weeks old as of 9/25.
My siblings and I were left in a box outside of a pet store. Luckily the kind people that work there contacted Placing Paws vets office and they took us in. We are now looking for homes. We are typical, playful kittens that would love to have a young companion, weather it be one of my siblings or another young cat.
If you are interested in Juno, Ash or Pebble please fill out an application on our website.
The adoption fee is $125. ($50.00 reduction in adoption fee for a pair). ADOPTION FEE: The adoption donation includes spay or neuter, microchip, age appropriate shots, deworming, flea preventative and a negative FIV/Luekemia test. ADOPTION PROCESS: PLEASE READ CAREFULLY. The first step in the adoption process is to fill out an application online at www.placingpawsrescue.org. Once we review the applications, those applicants that are thought to be a good match will be contacted as quickly as possibly. We ask that you please be patient with us as we are all volunteers. Then a telephone interview will take place and references will be checked. We will then arrange for you to meet the cat or kitten. We put all of the known information in the animals description. If the animal is listed on the website, we are still accepting applications for that animal. We only remove the animal when the final adoption paperwork is signed. The best way to contact us is by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. It is very difficult for the limited numbers of volunteers to return all calls. Thank you.
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