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In shelter Cat

Battle Ground, WA, 98604
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Our PUFA kittens were in situations with no mothers to raise them. They were all bottle fed. Our kittens are all pretty special and we strive to place them in the very best homes possible. They are very sweet kittens and are full of kitten antics.

To help them find their forever homes we are sending them all home with “Love our Kitten Kits” to make the transition for both kittens and new adoptive families start off with everything they will need for their care.
They all come with a 16lb bag of Iams Kitten Food, Litter and Litterbox, Scooper and Toys. 

They have been Tested for FELV/FIV, have had all Vaccines, including Rabies and are Spayed/Neutered and Microchipped. We do not have an adoption fee, but donations are gladly accepted.

If you are interested in giving us a furever indoor only home, please contact Sharri at

Stanley is quite the snugglebug, always in search of a person that he can cuddle up to.  Stanley is a bottle fed kitten since 10 days old.  He loves to play, and zip around his foster moms house, he is very easy going, and laid back.  He is comfortable with respectful dogs, and would do best with another kitty, or if at all possible his twin sister, Iris as they are quite fond of each other.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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