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My name is The Blues Brothers!

Russian Blue Kitten for adoption in Montgomery, Illinois - The Blues Brothers
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Paws and Purrs Humane Society

Facts about The Blues Brothers

  • Breed: Russian Blue
  • Color: Gray Or Blue
  • Age: Kitten
  • Sex: Male
  • Hair: Long
The Blues Brothers – Jake and Elwood! We really want these two boys to get adopted together, because you can’t “break up the band”! They are identical long haired grey kittens, born in May of this year. Jake is a little bigger than Elwood (who his foster mom affectionately calls “Woody”). Jake is a little bit shyer than his brother, although after several weeks away from animal control and in his foster home, he is the first one at the door, meowing for all he’s worth, when his foster mom comes in to bring food or clean litter boxes. He likes being petted and fussed over. Woody just likes to flop on the floor and get belly tickles, turning side to side and just looking adorable. At this point, they allow themselves to be picked up and held, but just for a short time and then they want to get down. The only history we have is that they ended up at animal control as strays when they were about 8 weeks old. They are beautiful kittens and will no doubt be very handsome adults. Most importantly, they are seriously inseparable – they are always together and we think they would be very sad without each other. Jake really depends on Elwood to help him feel safe. For more info, or if you would like to meet the boys call us at 630-897-8738. They are currently in the adoption center at the Petco store on Randall Rd in Geneva, if you stop by you can meet them.

The adoption fee for both boys is $250.00 which includes FeLV/FIV test, 3 kitten vaccines, rabies shot, neuter, microchip, dewormiing and fecal test, all of which have been done.

About Paws and Purrs Humane Society

About Our Rescue Group...

Paws and Purrs Humane Society is a no-kill, not-for-profit organization dedicated to finding good homes for homeless cats and kittens. We are a small, all volunteer group providing veterinary care, socialization, and lots of TLC to our animals until they are matched with their forever guardians. Paws and Purrs charges must be sterilized to avoid increasing the overpopulation of unwanted animals. All of our cats and kittens live in foster homes and are not caged in a shelter. Those we've helped include days old kittens, strays found outside near death, and, of course, all ages of animals who were abandoned or surrendered by their owners.

Paws and Purrs sends each cat and kitten home with a information booklet covering topics of general interest to adopters. Further, we have an excellent after care program designed to insure that animals adopted from us are living happily ever after in their forever homes. We're a continuing resource for our adopters and are always available to consult on any issues the adopters would like to discuss.

Come Meet Our Pets...

All of our cats and kittens live in foster homes. We will adopt out of the foster homes whenever we can coordinate all parties involved. We also hold adoption events the second Saturday of the month at the North Aurora Petco, 1660 Orchard Gateway Blvd (behind the North Aurora Auto Mall), North Aurora 60542 and the last Sunday of the month at the Oswego Petco. 3066 Route 34, Oswego 60543.

Our Adoption Process...

Paws and Purrs is committed to finding permanent loving homes for our cats and kittens. We do our utmost to match adopters with the cat(s) or kitten(s) that will be purrfect new members of their family. Because all of our felines live in foster care and are not caged in shelters, we know their personalities and the home environment in which they are most likely to thrive.


Your adoption donation helps pay for food, spaying or neutering, necessary vaccinations, medical test and treatments, and microchipping. It is your responsibility, after the adoption, to give a loving home to the animal for the rest of it’s life.


You must be at least 21 year of age


Current identification will be required and must show your correct address and telephone number.


You must show proof that you are able to keep a pet on the premises, if you are currently renting or reside in a condo.


Your family must be willing to allow an authorized representative of Paws and Purrs to make an adoption follow-up, either in person or by telephone.


If the animal is not already altered, spaying or neutering of pets adopted through Paws and Purrs is required.


A legally binding and enforced contract must be signed when adopting a pet from Paws and Purrs.


If, at any time, you are unable to keep the pet or unable to provide it with proper care, it must be offered back to Paws and Purrs before making other arrangements.


We adopt only to homes where the cats will not be declawed and will be kept exclusively indoors. All animals are tested for FIV and FeLV, microchipped, inoculated and sterilized, age permitting.


Current adoption fees are $125.00 for kittens under 1 yr of age, and $100.00 for cats one year and older.