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In shelter Cat

Thousand Oaks, CA, 91360
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Coat length:
Black with a little white on her back
DOB Circa – June14, 2022

Jill is a very affectionate and very sweet young female kitten. She begins to purr the moment you pick her up.  She loves to cuddle and plays well with her brother Jack (black kitty too) and the fosters adult cats.  She also gets along with the foster’s elderly dog.  

If you are looking for a sweet, young female kitty, or perhaps a pair,  Jill (and/or Jack) may be a perfect fit for you.  

If interested, please send a completed application to  You may find a copy of it here:

Looking to help Pink Paws Rescue and Adoption??

Consider volunteering.  We have a need for volunteers on the weekdays (must be over the age of 18) and on weekends in the cat room in PetSmart in Simi Valley.  We keep some of our cats there during the week and they need someone to provide them fresh food and water, to play with them and to clean their litter boxes and cages. 

We also need fosters who have time, patience, a room and plenty of love to give to hep us socialize and prepare our cats for adoption.  Of course, if you dont have time and you wish to donate, we accept monetary donations as well as supplies.  

If you are interested in volunteering or donating, please send a note of interest to


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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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