My name is Malia, I have raised my brood of 5 kittens and now I am ready for a big change!!! I want to be loved and nurtured and spoiled, just like I did to my kittens. Being a mommy is a full time job and now I have lots of time to lay in the sun, sleep in and play with some toys. I love toys that have balls in the track for me to roll. I am a young kitty and I like to have fun, I also love to be petted and stoked and talked to softly. I am waiting to go and be spayed and until then I have a huge family room all to myself. Once I am spayed I can go to my new home and my new life as a your loving cat. Call foster parents at 704-928-6950 and come to meet me, as you can see I am gorgeous and I am a very good girl too. I am utd on all my vetting excepted the spay. A FRIEND OF HSI KITTIES HAS DONATED SOME OF MY ADOPTION FEE BECAUSE SHE KNOWS BLACK CATS HAVE TROUBLE BEING ADOPTED. MY FEE IS ONLY $20.00
The adoption fee for adult cats is $75.00 and up, kittens $150.00. The fee includes spaying or neutering, current vaccines, de-worming, a combination test for Feline Leukemia (FeLV) / Feline Aids (FIV) and fecal testing for intestinal parasites. Your first step in adopting a new family member is to fill out an adoption application. The adoption form must be filled out completely with phone numbers and a vet reference (even an old one, or a reason there is not one) before it will be processed. Your application will not be processed without this information. Please visit our website at www.humanesocietyofiredell.org to download an application, or email a request for an application to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please fax your application to 704.663-3353. Thank you for your interest in our animals!
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