I was found in a window well with my 3 siblings, including Marty who is also available for adoption. Im the introvert of the family and will need a little time to adjust to my new home.
With some time, I will do well with older children, 10 and over, but probably best in an adult only home. We recommend a feline-free home for now to encourage her to buddy-up with her people family. She will easily adjust to well behaved dogs.
Shes just looking for the right family for her.When adopting a kitten, consider a second kitten to avoid ""single kitten syndrome"". Two kittens keep each other busy, get into less trouble, are better socialized and can keep each other company while youre gone.
When introduced properly, most cats and kittens adjust well to children and other pets in the home. Its critical that cats have a safe place to retreat to if interactions become overwhelming and that all early interactions are well supervised. If you already have a cat, please talk to us about how to introduce them to each other successfully.
All our cats and kittens are spayed or neutered, up-to-date on shots and worming and have been treated for fleas. They also are microchipped and the registration fee is complimentary.
The fee for all our cats and kittens is $150 with a $50 discount for adopting a second cat or kitten.
If youre interested in adopting, please complete an application at www.catspawjamas.org.
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