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Stardust ~ Courtesy Posting   

In shelter Cat

Moorhead, MN, 56561
Pet name:
Stardust ~ Courtesy Posting
Domestic Short Hair
Dilute Tortoiseshell
Stardust is a domestic short haired dilute tortoiseshell female kitten who is not yet spayed.  Stardust is the largest kitten in a litter of 6, and her peach colored "splotches" are most pronounced on her toes and on her face.  Stardust may develop more peach patches as she matures, and does have several white spots on her abdomen and one on her neck.  Born on May 22, 2022, and sister to Grayson, Java, Mocha, Sherbert, and Twix.  Active, playful and curious.  Can be adopted with a sibling or go to a home with another young, active cat.  De-wormed and litter box trained.  Ready for new homes weekend of July 27, 2022, after vet check and first vaccinations.  Adopter must sign a spay/neuter contract.  Unknown with dogs.  Brief exposure to respectful children older than 8 years and did well.  Location:  Fargo, ND.

Stardust is not an official Adopt A Pet kitten, but a courtesy kitten posting as we are assisting in finding her a forever home.  Email for more information.  Re-homing fee to cover care and vet expenses.

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