found a new home!
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I am already neutered, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Swisher's name changed from Ali to Marc Anthony to Swisher on account he swishes his tail back and forth most all the time:) He gets frisky and sometimes bites slightly; although he doesn't bit foster mom, Michele, who tells him, "No, Swisher; be a gentle boy." He is exceedingly curious; Some might say he is a dwarf. His legs are somewhat shorter than one might expect them to be. Although he walks into a room quite full of himself, and sometimes he plays rough with some of the other kittens, he is bullied by Halo, who is younger than Swisher. Does Swisher know that Halo is comparatively a baby? We don't know. Swisher is a household favorite. He would do well with other cats and dogs; he plays hide and seek with the resident Pit Bull, Sky.
He would do fine in a home with older children but not younger.
We prefer that our kittens are adopted in pairs.
Want more information on the benefits of having more than one cat? Here you go! https://www.petfinder.com/pet-adoption/cat-adoption/adopt-second-cat/
ADOPTION FEE IS $50.00 TO APPROVED APPLICANT.
THIS KITTEN WILL BE FIXED AND MICROCHIPPED ON SEPTEMBER 18TH.
THERE ARE TWO OPTIONS:
OPTIONS ONE: adopt today, take the kitten home, and you take her to the San Jose Animal Shelter on September 19th for his/her spay/neuter appointment.
OPTION TWO: adopt today, WE take the kitten to their spay/neuter appointment at the San Jose Animal Shelter on September 19th; and you take him/her home on the 20th of September.
If you would like to meet this kitten, please start by downloading our adoption application:
We are dedicated to rescuing cats and dogs from shelters where they are in danger. Our foster volunteers provide loving temporary homes for our rescued animals until they are adopted.
By adopting a cat or dog, you're making a commitment to provide love, care, and medical treatment for the life of the animal, which can be up to 20 years or more! We are committed to placing our rescued animals with families who are prepared for the responsibility of owning an animal for its entire lifetime, so that they are never again at the mercy of the shelter system.