My name is NISHI & KITA!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Springfield, Oregon - NISHI & KITA
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West Coast Dog and Cat Rescue

Facts about NISHI & KITA

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Black & White Or Tuxedo
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 1608-C0369
  • Hair: Unknown
NISHI and KITA are a bonded pair of tabby tuxedo kittens about 5 months old. Nishi is male and has a white half mustache and chin. Kita is female, has a white blaze on her face and beautiful golden eyes. This sweet boy and girl were part of a litter of 4 abandoned kittens that were put into foster care when they were three months old. Nishi quickly blossomed into a very loving and playful kitty, with an almost constant purr and insatiable need for pets. Kita has taken more time and is still a bit shy, but Nishi gives her confidence and helps her navigate the scary world. Once she is comfortable, then she too is a sweet little love bug. At five months they still have plenty of kitten in them and love to play with toys and each other. They frequently show affection for each other with head butts, licks and cuddles. Nishi is fine with gentle, older kids, and Kita would just need a bit of time to get comfortable with them. They would possibly be okay with mellow, cat-savvy dogs with a slow introduction. Nishi and Kita will need an adopter who is patient and willing to allow them to acclimate to their new home at their own pace. Shy kitties bond strongly to their owners, and while they are not good with strangers, they will make loyal and loving lifetime companions. We are offering Nishi and Kita at a special bonded-pair price of $110 for both (instead of our normal price of $110 per kitten, which is strictly to help cover our costs). The kittens have been tested for feline leukemia and FIV (they are negative), spayed/neutered, microchipped, vaccinated, defleaed and dewormed—plus you get a free vet visit. They are currently in foster care because the environment at Petsmart stressed them out. To meet them, please call Beth at (541) 255-9296

About West Coast Dog and Cat Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Our mission is to provide care and find loving homes for companion animals of our community, with a focus on those with special needs. Currently we only work with Cats. We offer temporary housing in foster homes until they can be placed through our adoption process. We have adoption centers within both Petsmarts in Eugene, at Chad Drive, near Costco, and 29th and Willamette; PetCo by Valley River Center and Wags Emporium on Coburg Rd. WCDC works with humane societies, other animal rescue groups, the public and government animal services agencies to offer them relief from their overpopulation problem. All cats in our custody receive the medical care they need. WCDC is a non-profit organization. All money raised is used to help WCDC save as many animal lives as possible.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Our cats can be seen at Petsmart on Chad Drive and on Willamette St, at Petco near Valley River Center and Wags Emporium on Coburg Rd, seven days a week during normal business hours. We do have adoption counselors available on weekends or by appointment or from 11-4pm Sat.-Sun.

Our Adoption Process...

All potential adopters are required to complete our application and contract. Our contract stipulates the requirements for care of our pets. These documents are available through e-mail or at our adoption events. The documents are reviewed by our staff and together with a face to face interview we explore the potential new home. If all parties agree to the specifics of the contract the dog or cat can go home. Adoption fee varies with age of pet.
All pets are current on vaccinations, health checked by our veterinarian, De-wormed, treated with flea medication, spayed or neutered, and cats are felv/fiv tested.