Dottie is a black and white kitten about 3 months old (as of 10/01/16). She was turned in to the local shelter with her mom and siblings when she was 7 weeks old. Dottie was a little on the shy side and is doing much better in her foster home. She will now approach us cautiously, purr and roll over for a belly rub. Dottie is a sweet girl, and loves to play with her foster mates as well as any toy. She is getting used to the energetic puppy in her foster home. But is fine with the calm dog. She will need lots of encouragement when she goes home, but it will be well worth it. Dottie is one of the sweetest girls you will meet!!
Adoption fee: $75.00
We would love to hear from you! To inquire about this cat, please contact us via this site, visit sc4paws.rescuegroups.org/forms/ to fill out our adoption application, or call 502-863-3279. **Important: Our cats are in foster homes. Please contact us if you would like to meet one of these special kitties.
SCHS Foster Veterinary care and services:
Prior to being placed up for adoption, all cats (5 months and older), at minimum, receive a veterinary exam and are neutered/spayed, tested negative for FeLuk/FIV, microchipped, current on booster(s) and Rabies vaccination, de-wormed, and flea treated, and checked and treated for ear mites if needed.
Prior to being placed for adoption, all kittens (under 5 months of age) receive at minimum a veterinary exam and are neutered/spayed, tested negative FeLuk, micro-chipped, current on booster shots, de-wormed, and flea treated, and checked and treated for ear mites if needed.
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