Rebecca - AVAILABLE is a 4 months old female Domestic Shorthair/Mix cat who weighs 4 pounds and has been with us for 31 days, 9/25/22.
My name is Rebecca and I am kitten full of energy and zest for life! I am still learning what good behavior looks like and would like to go to a home that is expecting me to be active and mischievous at times. I may do better if I am adopted with another kitty my same age so that I can have a constant playmate! I would love for you to come meet me today at The NOAH Center.
Did you know some cultures believe that black cats bring good luck. Some countries believe they have been known to represent prosperity!!
COVID-19 and our Adoption Procedures:
The NOAH Center is currently open to the public 11am - 6pm M-F and 11am - 5pm S & S. We build our COVID policies following current CDC recommendations and are no longer requiring masks.
All animals will have signs on their suites indicating their availability. After you find an available animal who you are interested in adopting, we will conduct an in-person interview and then complete the adoption if it seems like a good fit for both the individual animal and your family/home life.
Please call our facility with any additional questions: 360.629.7055
Note that many cats do not reach full size until they are about a year and a half old. The weight listed here is the cats current weight.
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