This is Jrue! He is bonded with his brother Cobee! They are best buddies and will need to be adopted together. Jrue and Cobee are ~4 months of age (born mid May) and fostered in Canton. They are super cuddly, playful and personable. They will let your heart with affection! These two cuties will complete your family!
If you are interested in meeting this cute kitty, please either contact us for an application or you can find it on our website (www.feralkittytrapperstnr.org) to fill out. Once we receive your application, we will contact you to set up a meet & greet!
Feral Kitty Trappers is 100% volunteer based. Our adoptable cats and kittens are in foster care until they are adopted. Adoption fee: $75 for a cat; $135 for a kitten and $225 for two kittens. Once we receive your application and feel you are a good match, we contact you to set up a meet and greet at the foster home. All of our cats and kittens are fully vetted, have ID microchip, spayed/neutered prior to adoption. See our website for more information: www.feralkittytrapperstnr.org
Feral Kitty Trappers • P.O. Box 156 • South Lyon, MI 48178
Where do donations go? Donations give us the opportunity to spay/neuter and vaccinate more rescue cats and kittens. Stopping overpopulation is the key to ending the suffering of homeless animals. Feral Kitty Trappers TNR is a 501(c)(3) non-profit / no-kill rescue organization: Donations are tax deductible in the state of Michigan.
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