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In shelter Cat

Sanford, FL, 32773
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Brown / Chocolate
Coat length:
Montana is an adorable baby boy born on or around 4/18/22. This sweet boy was bottle fed from 4 days old! Hes very fun, friendly, and playful! Montana is up to date on shots, already neutered, and is currently in a loving foster home waiting to be adopted. 

Let’s hear from Montana! "Hey there! I’m Montana, and yes, Georgia is my sister. I know, we look like twins! I have a beautiful striped tiger coat with brown and black patterns all over me. I also have a wonderful personality, which is sure to make you laugh every day. Not only do I love toys, but I love to cuddle. I just want to curl up with you and let you feel my love, because I have so much of it to give! I’ll be happy with you watching TV or playing with toys, because I will just love you so much. We will become best buddies if you just give me the chance in your home.”

We are doing a courtesy cross posting of this kitten for our “Friends Group” TEARS of Seminole County. They have taken the responsibility of this cat into their organization and will be overseeing the adoption through TEARS. If you are interested in adopting this particular kitten, please go to and fill out their online adoption application. All cats and kittens are current on their vaccines, microchipped, spayed and neutered and ready for adoption. The adoption fee through TEARS is $85. A TEARS representative will be in touch to go over your application and arrange a meeting with the kitten. To see more animals available for adoption through TEARS, please visit their petfinder at


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