DOB Apr 3, 2015 - Auric and Vesper are maked URGENT as their foster home will no longer be able to care for them after Aug 31st. We are desperate to move them to another foster home as soon as possible.
Auric Goldfinger, the cat, was named after the James Bond character that was one of the great, iconic villains of the last century. But the only real similarity between the two is that Auric, the cat, is simply great! He is a cute white cat with unique black markings on his head, a black tail, and a pink nose.
Auric is very playful, social, and friendly. He is an easy-going fellow that is content with the simple things in life—like looking out the window and meowing at everything from squirrels to snowflakes. He enjoys being petted and having a cuddle and will rub up against your hand to get your attention. He just really, really likes to be close to you—even when he is lying on the back of the couch, he will be partially draped over your body.
Auric is quite the imp and it is very funny to watch him leap through the air and play attack on his siblings Countess Lisl and Vesper. The three cats are great playmates and love to be in one another's company.
Auric Goldfinger, Countess Lisl and Ms Vesper should be adopted together. This sweet family will bring lots of love to your family. These kittens have unfortunately tested positive for Feline Leukemia Virus and therefore must be the only cats in home.
Adoption fees are $175 for adult cats (one year and older), $225 for kittens, and $125.00 for senior cats (10+ years old). The fee includes: veterinary health check, spay/neuter surgery, microchip, testing for Feline Leukemia and FIV, vaccinations, flea and ear mite treatments, and six weeks of pet insurance.
NOTE: Young kittens may not have had their spay/neuter surgery and final vaccinations at the time of their bio posting, but they are included in the adoption fee.
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