Addy is a pretty and petite 3.5 month old white and black kitten girl. She is the smallest kitten of her litter (Addison is her sister).
Addy is a mild mannered, shy girl with a lot of love to give. New people and fast unexpected movement can be very scary to her at first, but once she warms up to someone, her true personality starts to shine.
Addy enjoys laying next to her foster family for gentle pets. She is still a bit unsure about being held or picked up, but she’s already come a long way and with some extra time and patience, her confidence will continue to grow.
Addy enjoys the company of friendly quiet dogs and playtime with her other siblings. She would do best in a quieter home without small children.
All cats & kittens are up to date on vaccinations, microchipped, dewormed, fixed, and FeLV/FIV tested. Adoption fee is a minimum $90 per kitten donation to Feral Fixers. Discounted adoption fee if two kittens are adopted together, $150 for a pair. A brief screening questionnaire and contract apply!
If you are interested in meeting and adopting one of our cats please email: email@example.com
Our cats and kittens are in private foster homes and need a completed questionnaire before an appointment can be made to meet them.
All of our cats/kittens are in foster homes throughout DuPage County. We consider adopters within a reasonable driving distance.
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