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Code: BFT2022

Bond (I'm in foster care!)   

In shelter Cat

Brooklyn, NY, 11238
Pet name:
Bond (I'm in foster care!)
Domestic Short Hair
To meet or adopt Bond, please visit! We are not able to reply to DMs, emails or inquiries made through 3rd party pet adoption websites.
Age: young, approximately 9 months old as of 9/15/2022.
Temperament: playful, affectionate, silly
Bond is deaf. Thus his adoption fee is REDUCED to $150.

Bond turned up in his fosters backyard as a kitten back in March. Now inside, hes a pretty happy little guy! He likes company once he decides a person is safe and he isnt suspicious at all. Just likes flopping around and playing with toys and getting petted. Bond still has a lot of kitten energy, and can be silly (like when he cant figure out how to get out of boxes, because he hasnt looked behind himself yet).

Bond is also deaf. Caring for a deaf cat is manageable, and it isnt too different from caring for a hearing cat. For an overview and tips, please visit:

To meet or adopt Bond, please complete an Adoption Q&A on our website:!


GOOD HOME is a 501(c)(3) non-profit. All of our cats are spayed or neutered, vaccinated, SNAP tested and microchipped. Our adoption process includes an application, a friendly conversation, a quick home check, a contract and an adoption fee of $225 per cat (which helps us cover veterinary care) and $150 for seniors or cats with manageable illnesses. The fee is waived for FeLV+ or cats that require especially high levels of ongoing care. To find out more about Good Home and how we help local street cats, please visit our website at
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  4. Veterinary Information Network
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