We are now open both Saturday & Sunday! Saturday's from noon-5pm & Sunday's from noon-4pm.
LILLY and ROSE BUD (aka Mamba Girl) were rescued from a horrible hoarding situation. They are still somewhat shy but have really come out of their shells since living with their foster mom. They both have charming little quirks and are playful, funny and entertaining kitties! Lilly and Rose Bud have been through a lot together and would like a forever home together. They will do best in a quiet, mature environment, with a patient, loving family. They will need time to adjust to their new surroundings and learn to trust in their own time frame. Lilly and Rose Bud would LOVE to have a window where they can watch the birds and the squirrels! Both girls like dogs and other kitties if appropriately introduced, and both love to have their little rumps scratched.
Lilly was born approximately February 13, 2012, and Rose Bud was born approximately April 8, 2013, and their combined adoption fee is $82.50. They are both spayed, up to date on shots, vaccinations, flea and parasite treatments, and have tested negative for feline leukemia and FIV. Each is entitled to a free well check at Mariposa Veterinary Wellness Center.
You can visit our adoptable cats and kittens Saturday's from 12pm-5pm or Sunday's from 12pm-4pm at our adoption center which is located at 12800 Santa Fe Trail Drive in Lenexa, Kansas, 66215. All our kitties are socialized and live in licensed foster homes during the week, and most come to the adoption center on the weekends. However, not every kitty attends every weekend. For more information or to confirm whether a particular cat or kitten will be present, please email email@example.com. You can also call us, 913-971-0101.
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