We are now open both Saturday & Sunday! Saturday's from noon-5pm & Sunday's from noon-4pm.
Little Lupe had a hard start in life, found at barely 4 weeks of age, wandering alone on the sidewalk outside a grocery store in Lenexa. Eventually Kitty City rescued this tiny precious soul and he has been thriving ever since. He is a happy little guy, loves to play, loves to cuddle with his humans. He likes toys and boxes and wrestling with his foster mates -- all of whom are bigger -- but that doesn't stop Lupe! He has a big spirit and a big heart! He loves to plop right down in a kitty cuddle puddle to when it is nap time. He likes to be around other kitties and people. He has not been around children or dogs, but he is confident and happy, so he should do well after a slow and proper introduction.
Lupe was born approximately June 4, 2016 and his adoption fee is $110 or adopt 2, and the 2nd is half off. He is neutered, up to date on shots and worming, tested negative for feline leukemia and is entitled to a free well exam from 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 firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also call us, 913-971-0101.
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