**NOTE: All AVA kittens under 6 months of age MUST be adopted in pairs or to a home with another young cat. AVA does not accept applications for single kittens.**
I am Ross, a very playful and active 5 month old brown tabby boy. I love chasing a rope, laser pointer or anything else really, as that is my specialty. On the other hand I also love to sit on your lap and when you pet me, I will purr and look into your eyes. I heard from people that looking into my eyes is very relaxing, so you can try if you bring me home!
I am a very handsome kitten if I do say so myself, and I look forward to joining your family. Oh, if you already have a friendly kitty who can be my best buddy, I would love that too!!
Would you like to make Ross a part of your family? Please complete our online application found at: avacats.org/adopt/adoption-form.
Our kittens are vetted including spay/neuter, first round of age-appropriate vaccines at the time of adoption, flea treatment, two dewormings (Revolution), and are microchipped.
Adoption fees are $225 for each kitten up to 12 months old.
All AVA kittens 6 months or younger must be adopted in pairs or go to a home with another young cat (3 years or younger). Kittens learn from each other how to behave, which helps them turn into well-adjusted adult cats. In general, paired cats have happier and healthier lives because they have a constant companion and playmate. Plus, it’s twice the fun for you, and half the work!
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