PATRIOTIC THEMED MOMMA: 2 years old / small Meet me Saturdays at 1 of our 2 Kennesaw locations from 11-4pm. Check for my location at www.mostlymutts.org after 5pm on Fridays. Hi, my name is Betsy Ross, and I have been one busy Momma Kitty! After weaning my own litter of baby kittens, Mostly Mutts rescued a litter of orphaned kitties – and they quickly became my second group of baby kitties! I am an affectionate kitty, and happily accepted these kittens to nurse and raise. Each of them has found their furever homes, and I am looking forward to doing the same! I get along great with kids, and I just soak up all of the attention I get from my humans in my foster home. In fact, my foster mom describes me as a “real love bug who will cuddle and even give kisses sometimes”. How about that! Also, my foster mom describes me as “a great mouser” – if that is what you are looking for from me – Heehee. I am a pretty easy-going kitty, so I look forward to settling in nicely in my furever home soon! As for dogs – while I had my kittens, I was quite protective and did not want dogs around. Now that my “mommy duties” are over for good, I get along with the dogs in my foster home quite well. Basically, if the dogs treat me nicely, I respond in-kind. I currently live with a foster sister kitty, Leafstar, another of the Momma Kitties in the Mostly Mutts program. We get along very well, share a room in our foster home, and even groom each other. In fact, maybe you would like to adopt us together? This is not required, but – if you are looking for twice the kitty love, Mostly Mutts will combine our adoptions for a one-time fee of $75.00. That’s right – half price! I'm current on vaccinations, spayed, combo tested negative and micro-chipped. Gentle children only as I'm small. My Adoption fee is $75.00.
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