1/3/16: TThis is Malloy, one of a litter of six kittens brought into rescue a few weeks ago. Malloy has a shiny smooth black coat with beautiful gold eyes and is just nine weeks old. She is a little shy but warms up quickly to a loving human Malloy is already spayed and fully vetted and would love to have her own family. Please call Robin at 352-339-3352 if you would like to foster or adopt this kitten.
You can e-mail us at email@example.com for an adoption application or call our adoption coordinator, Robin, at 352-339-3352 for more information about our adoption process and our adoptable animals.
We have many cats and kittens available for adoption throughout the year. Our kittens are in foster homes during the week where they receive the love and attention they need to grow and thrive.
All of our cats and kittens have been leukemia tested, vet checked, vaccinated, dewormed, treated for fleas with advantage, spayed or neutered and microchipped prior to adoption. They also receive any other necessary treatment while in our program such as treatment for ear mites, respiratory infections, etc. Our adoption fee is $100 to help cover a portion of the medical and care costs.
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