**Sandy is currently being fostered in HOUSTON TX but is available for out of state adoption**
Breed: Domestic Short Hair Buff Tabby
Age: 5 months
Weight: 5 lbs
Energy LvL: Kitten
Litter Trained: Yes
Sandy was rescued after she was abandoned left alone to die on the side of the freeway in Houston. She had no food, no warmth, no shelter. Thankfully she was rescued from certain death, and is now eagerly awaiting a family of her own!
She is fully litter box trained and doing wonderful! Free of parasites, and now gaining proper weight and nutrition. She is a healthy, playful, happy kitten who is desperate to make her name in the world! She gets along great with dogs and cats, loves to play even when they don't want to. She does great with all people, and eagerly will follow you around the house or walk across your keyboard when you type.
She would be a great family kitten, with just a little adjustment time, she will be a well loved member of the family! She loves to cuddle up on the couch or sleep in bed with you, purring the entire time!
She is extremely smart and well mannered, and doesn't mind being held or loved on at all. Her favorite toy is a ball of any kind, especially the ones that rattle!
Sandy is fully vetted, meaning she is spayed, up to date on shots, and on flea prevention. She is available for out of state adoption! For more information, please contact us at email@example.com.
Her adoption fee is $99 and that includes all transportation costs, a crate via United - yours to keep for future use - health certificate, neuter, chip, all shots - including rabies. She is negative for Leukemia and FIV. She is taking monthly heart worm and flea prevention.
Waiting for your call,
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