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My name is Ivy!

Domestic Shorthair Kitten for adoption in Yuba City, California - Ivy
Photo 1 - Domestic Shorthair Kitten for adoption in Yuba City, California - Ivy
Photo 2 - Domestic Shorthair Kitten for adoption in Yuba City, California - Ivy
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I'm being cared for by:
Purr-fect Paws Cat Rescue

Facts about Ivy

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Cream Or Ivory (Mostly)
  • Age: Kitten
  • Sex: Female
  • Hair: Short
Named Ivy because she loves to climb. She is very good at climbing the cat trees and even the dog. She has lots of personality.

About Purr-fect Paws Cat Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

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Our Adoption Process...

We have done our best to make adopting through Purr-fect Paws Cat Rescue a simple and rewarding experience.

Fees are $80 - $125 or more depending on the breed of cat. *certain breeds or anomalies are more.

ADOPTION FEE INCLUDES:
~Spayed/Neutered ~Vaccinated ~Tested for diseases ~MICROCHIPPED ~Treated for Fleas/Worms ~Litterbox trained ~Fostered in a private home

You will need to fill out an adoption application, either in person or online, phone interview and, upon approval, agree to the terms

The terms are fairly simple, we require the following assurances:
• That the entire family is in agreement about bringing a pet into their home, and that it will be an indoor only (unless otherwise discussed with us) family pet.
• That the adoptive family will not surgically declaw their new cat. While fairly common thirty years ago, there is a great deal of new evidence that declawing can be both physically and emotionally harmful to cats over time.
• That the adoptive family is allowed to have pets where they currently live. If you are a renter, a letter from your landlord or apartment manager simplifies the process, but is not required as we can contact them ourselves if necessary.
• That potential adopters have not misrepresented themselves, their family, current and/or previous pets, or dwelling in an effort to facilitate the adoption process. We reserve the right to take a cat back into our care should we find this to be the case.