Rogue and what we believe is his sister, Echo were left in carriers on the front porch of our shelter back in June. We were never able to identify the person who abandoned them.
Rogue is very friendly and loves attention. He loves to be petted and will head butt you and give kisses. Rogue MUST be adopted with Echo as these two have been through so much.
Rogue is fine with other cats and is great with children.
Rogue is estimated to be 7-9 years old and is mainly white with black tabby markings. He is already neutered, vaccinated, tested negative and microchipped. Rogue is on thyroid medication twice a day and was recently at the vet and it seems we have his levels stabilized now. He will need to be on this medication for the rest of his life.
Rogue and his sister, Echo would make a great addition to any family. If interested in adopting the two of them please complete our online application at www.ittybittykittypa.org. Theres no obligation to adopt if you apply.
All cats are up to date on vaccinations, dewormed, tested for FeLV and FIV, and are spayed or neutered if they are 5 months of age or older. Our adoption fee also includes the microchip and lifetime registration for all of our cats and kittens. Kittens adopted under the age of 5 months will come back to Itty Bitty Kitty, Inc. to be spayed or neutered as part of our adoption agreement. All of this care is included in our adoption fee of only $100.00!
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