My name is Emerald!

Domestic Mediumhair Kitten for adoption in Campbell, California - Emerald
Photo 1 - Domestic Mediumhair Kitten for adoption in Campbell, California - Emerald
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I'm being cared for by:
St. Francis Animal Protection Society

Facts about Emerald

  • Breed: Domestic Mediumhair
  • Color: Tortoiseshell
  • Age: Kitten
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 10663492
  • Hair: Medium
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.

One of our 'Lucky Litter' Kittens!

Emerald is one of the beautiful kittens from what we're calling our "Lucky" litter. Emerald and her five sisters were born to a feral mama. We think they're lucky for a couple reasons: 1) They were fortunate enough to be found and taken in by a wonderful foster family and 2) They're all gorgeous tri-color cats, which are thought to be good luck in many different cultures! In any case, they're lucky they've gotten a chance for a fresh start at "the good life". We know you're going to fall head over heels in love with Emerald just by her photo alone, but be sure to fill out our adoption application so you can meet her and her siblings in person! Don't forget, purrsonality is every bit as important as this kitty's stunning looks. Meet the whole litter and see which one (or two, or more!) is the right fit for you! Our adoption fees are $150 for a single kitten or $250 total for two or more. Before finalizing adoptions, our kittens will be spayed/neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped. Kittens typically have more fun in pairs; please consider adopting two or more for ideal socialization.

Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.

About St. Francis Animal Protection Society

About Our Rescue Group...

In early 1971, Helen Galantiere had a vision; she was frustrated by the inadequacies and ineptitude of local and national organizations that claimed to be working in favor of the animals. She became a pioneer in animal rescue by starting one of the first 501C charitable organizations dedicated to educating people about the proper way to care for their pets, working to stop laboratory testing, and addressing the issues of overpopulation and crowded animal shelters. Incorporated in December 1971, The St. Francis Animal Protection Society was launched in 1972 as she worked tirelessly to place thousands of homeless pets, while writing a weekly column for the “Marin Independent Journal” titled “Animal World” educating the public on humane animal care. She touched the lives of many people and creatures; dogs, cats, and an occasional monkey or rabbit that came her way, and although her tough demeanor with people often left enemies along the way, she never relented on her quest to be a presence for the animals. On March 23, 2010 she passed away at home with hospice care at the age of 89. Her daughter, Caron, now runs St. Francis, continuing the legacy that her mother started forty years earlier.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Our rescue pets are in individual foster homes. Meetings with pets are coordinated by each foster parent.

Our Adoption Process...

Screening will be done via phone and/or adoption application. St. Francis reserves the right to conduct a home check.

Tax deductible adoption fees are as follows:

Kittens less than 1 year old $150/$250 for two kittens
Cats more than 1 year old $85
Puppies/Dogs - $250