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In shelter Cat

Wellington, FL, 33414
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Bach and Beethoven were rescued from the dangerous streets at a few days old. Bach weighed 3 3/4 ounces and Beethoven 2 3/4 ounces. They are bottle babies which makes them extremely trusting of humans. They are very affectionate and love to play and cuddle. Beethoven is deaf which is why we would like them to go to a home together. They are bonded brothers and separating them would be disastrous to Beethoven. Other than deafness they are both healthy kittens. Beethoven is the only kitten that loves to help with vacuuming! No fear of loud things like the average cat. Even though the brothers have not been raised with dogs, they would do well if the dog was gentle and introduced correctly.

If you are interested in meeting Bach and Beethoven, please fill out an application at:

Bach and Beethoven are anxiously waiting for their special forever family to come along. Both boys are neutered, up to date on their vaccines including Rabies and microchipped. They have received regular flea and worming medication and have tested negative for feline leukemia and AIDS.

Our donation adoption fee is $100.00 per kitten which will help to "pay-it-forward" so the next street kitten can be saved. There is a mandatory rabies tag purchase which is an additional $15.00 for PBC residents. 

Please note: Participation in our foster to adopt program for our unsterilized young kittens can only be done if you are a Palm Beach County resident. Unfortunately, we need our young kittens close due to possible medical needs.

Ali Cat Rescue is an all-volunteer, not for profit rescue. We are foster based and have no shelter building. All donations go to saving kittens and cats for the streets.

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Ali Cat Rescue, Inc.

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