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My name is Mason!

Domestic Shorthair Kitten for adoption in Burbank, California - Mason
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Cats at the Studios, Inc. (CATS, INC.) - West Covina

Facts about Mason

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Orange Or Red
  • Age: Kitten
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 10629324-CarolynC-WH
  • Hair: Short
Please contact Carolyn Cody (SkyCody@aol.com), (818) 368-6474 for more information about this pet.

DOB: 5/10/16 - What a beautiful boy Mason is with his soft orange coat. He is definitely a lover but can play all day! He came from a high kill shelter within 5 minutes of being euthanized. His only crime was being too little! He is used to small dogs and other cats and needs a home with a playmate!

Fully vetted including spayed or neutered, double FVRCP vaccinations, tested for FeLV/FIV (HIV & Leukemia), and as a preventive measure, treated for fleas and de-wormed.

Please complete Adoption Application at www.CatsAtTheStudios.com/adoption-application and email SKYCODY@AOL.COM or by phone at (818) 368-6474.  Ongoing Adoption Events: www.Petfinder.com/Shelters/CA402.html

About Cats at the Studios, Inc. (CATS, INC.) - West Covina

About Our Rescue Group...

CATS AT THE STUDIOS, INC. aka "CATS INC." is a non-profit rescue organization dedicated to nurturing, neutering & spaying & finding homes for abandoned cats & kittens. Our kitties are all fostered in private homes. They eat quality food, receive excellent veterinary care & lots of love! Un-weaned kittens are bottle-fed around the clock. Cats are neutered & spayed before adoption. Please visit our website at www.CatsAtTheStudios.com to see ways you can help.

Come Meet Our Pets...

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Our Adoption Process...

All cats are spayed or neutered, vaccinated, receive a health check from a veterinarian, tested for FeLV/FIV (Aids & Leukemia) and treated as a precaution with Advantage for fleas and dewormed.

Our adoption process begins with an application which tells us about you and your family and any other pets you have at home. Let us know the type of kitty you have in mind (age, personality, breed, color).

A volunteer will review your application and may ask additional questions to help you and answer your questions. Upon approval, there is a contract and adoption fees. The small donation fee goes toward spay or neuter and medical expenses of the next cat or kitten in need.