Whizzy (all black male) and Vampy (grey tabby female) are a bonded duo who will be adopted together. They are sweet, friendly and affectionate little kittens. Both kitties (but especially Whizzy) love to sit in your lap and get snuggles. In between rounds of kitten play, they will approach their foster mother and demand petting. They are currently fostered with a dog, and while not buddies yet, they do fine!
Apply to adopt Whizzy and Vampy at bit.ly/btcradopt
Or through our website http://bronxtails.org
All Bronx Tails cats are spayed/neutered (when age appropriate), vaccinated, tested for Feline AIDS and Feline Leukemia (negative for both) and are litterbox reliable and loving toward people. Note: in the instance a kitten is still too young to spay/neuter at the time of adoption, we will arrange for the surgery at a later date.
We require adopters to fill out an application, have basic references checked, allow a home visit via video tour (to ensure conditions are safe and reasonable), and pay an adoption fee. We allow all adopters an up-to-2-week-long tryout period to determine if the cat(s) is a good match for them. If not, we will retrieve the cat(s) and return the adoption fee in full. We will also help with tips and methods for introducing the cat(s) to other pets, if needed. For any kitten under six months of age we either adopt in pairs or to a home that already has a young cat or kitten.?
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