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.
The James Bond Vesper character was named after the Latin word Vesper, which means evening. What a fitting name for this adorable, black-as-night cat—even her nose is black!
Vesper is a quiet, reserved gal that enjoys affection, particularly if it is her idea! When she decides it is the perfect time for pets and pats, she’ll rub up against to get your attention. She is just so darned adorable that you simply can’t help but love her sweet advances.
Vesper has a small build but she is definitely a foodie. She will always squeak out a soft, sweet, little meow when it is time for supper—a subtle reminder that she is ready for dinner. And she will certainly make you laugh when she positions herself beside her food bowl three hours in advance of dinner. This gal is certainly a gourmand.
Vesper is very bonded to her siblings Countess Lisl and Goldfinger. The three spend all their days and nights together and are a very happy family. They should be adopted together. 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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