** Winston is a work-in-progress kitten who will need a patient adopter to help him become his best kitty self!**
Winston came to rescue with his Momma cat and 2 siblings after being found living outside. Winston was not socialized at an early age, so he is still learning how to trust humans. Winston will need a patient adopter who will go slow with him and allow him to come around at his own pace.
Winston is VERY playful and rambunctious. He loves playing with his cage mates Alistair and Allison but they do not need to go home together. Winston gets along with other cats after a proper introduction, and would probably make a good playmate for another kitten or young cat!
Interested in adopting one of our kitties?!
The first step in the adoption process is the adoption application which is located on our website rescueandadopt.org/adopt.
Our website includes a lot of info, including a FAQ page with lots of answers.
Once your application is reviewed we will contact you to schedule the home check video chat to ensure that you have all the basic supplies set up in an isolation/ introduction room and there are no health hazards to the cat in your home. We can also help answer any additional questions you may have at this time.
Next is the meet and greet with you and the adoptable kitty youre interested in. We are a foster system so we do not have a facility. Visits to meet an adoptable animal at a foster family is by appointment only. In the rare case that you decide your initial kitty isnt the right fit, we can introduce you to our many other types of cats to find the right fit.
Once you have settled on your new furry family member, the next step is to complete and sign the adoption contract with an ASHA volunteer to finalize the adoption.
Adoption Fees: $150 for kittens under a year old and $100 for cats over a year old. We do offer a 15% discount for adopting 2 adult cats at once.
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