Please not that AVA does NOT adopt out a single kitten unless there is already another kitten or young cat ( under 3 years ) in the home - no exceptions.
September 25th, 2022 Meet Ryder this sweet 5 month old came in to our rescue at 4 weeks of age with his mom Roberta and his littermates Raelee, Remi, Rachel & Rita. They were found in a shed in a rural area. They are all ready for adoption.
Please read Ryders biography and requirements needed for adopting. If you think he would be a good match and you meet the criteria then please go to avacats.org and fill out an online application form, an adoption coordinator will be in touch. Please choose the Hamilton, Burlington location.
Ryder has been flea treated twice, dewormed twice, received 2 sets of FVCRP vaccines plus his rabies, neutered and microchipped. All he needs now is to find his forever home. He is very sweet, loving and playful. He would love to find a home with one of his littermates as they love to cuddle and play together if not he MUST go to a home with another young cat ( under 3 ) or a kitten that he can bond with, keep him company and show him the ropes. Two is better than one, twice the fun and 1/2 the work. It is recommended that he starts out in a small safe room at first with food, litter and toys til he adjusts to his new surroundings. His adoption fee is $275 AVA has an indoor and no declaw policy. Little kittens are NOT appropriate for children under 6. He is in a foster home in Ancaster.
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