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In shelter Cat

Crossville, TN, 38571
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Coat length:
DRAGON FLY is a black male kitten from a large litter that arrived with their mother in early June. There are three black kittens and three gray kittens in the litter. They were estimated at 7 to 8 weeks of age at that time and have been slowly putting on weight and going through the requirements of the shelter kitten program since then. DRAGON FLY  has a blast playing with his littermates in the large condo that has been reserved for their family to ensure the kittens had room to run and play.  DRAGON FLY has not yet been neutered and that must be done before he can go home with you. So, CALL the shelter to schedule an adoption appointment. Staff can explain the adoption procedures and fees when you call. The shelter does require EXACT change in the form of cash or a check. The shelter is UNABLE to accept credit or debit. So, please go prepared!

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