Hey there! My name is Draco. I was surrendered with my 5 other siblings so that my entire litter could find forever homes of our own!
Heres what you need to know about me:
- Im quite the biscuit maker! Im most definitely a pro at it if you ask me!
- Im a snuggle bug who just wants to love and be loved. I would make the best cuddle bug ever!
- I absolutely LOVE to play with toys! Stuffed mice, jingle bells, luers with feathers, etc. Theyre all my favorite!
- I would do well with other kitties, dogs, and children with proper introduction!
**Draco will be neutered, vaccinated against rabies and FIV/Feline Leukemia combo tested prior to going to his new home. He has been given his first feline distemper vaccine and a simple dewormer and flea and tick treatment.** Please keep in mind kittens require a series of vaccinations until they reach 6m of age, this can be costly!**
Draco will have an adoption fee of $55 with an approved adoption application. This fee will cover the cost of his neuter, feline distemper vaccine, simple dewormer, and flea and tick treatment. This fee does NOT cover the cost of his FIV/Feline Leukemia combo test or rabies vaccination. These additional fees are paid by his adopter, directly to the vet clinic at time of pick up.
If you would like to meet with Draco, you must first complete an adoption application which can be found here:
Once completed, you must submit to shelter staff via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by fax. Shelter staff will review your application once received and touch base with you to schedule a meet and greet.
The Liberty Animal Shelter is currently open by appointment only.
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