already spayed, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with cats.
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with cats.
MITZIE, a dilute calico, or better known as "Quack Quack" is a really sweet and loveable kitty. Mitzie's meow sounds more like a Duck than a Cat! We joke with her and say, "Mitzie, how does the Duck Go?" and she promptly says, "Quack, Quack!" It's way too cute! Mitzie was pulled from an area high risk shelter. Come and visit with our Quacker and fall in love with this beautiful soul!
The Kitten House Rescue is a 501c3 non profit and has been in operation for 5 years in the NW Houston area. We pull our cats and kittens from area high kill shelters and find them loving adoptive homes.
Our Mission Statement:
One kitten, one life, one promise at a time!
Come Meet Our Pets...
Come visit our retail adoption center located in the Spring/Klein area of NW Houston at:
5050 FM 1960 West, Suite 103 Huntwick Village Shopping Center Houston TX 77069
Our adoption hours are daily from Noon to 6 pm, or call for a private showing.
Our Adoption Process...
Adoption Fees are $95.00 which consists of spay/neuter, FELV/FIV combo "snap" test, FVRCP shot and booster, Rabies shot, deworm and flea control.
An application for adoption is required for adoption along with a signed adoption contract.
Adopters must be:
*At least 21 years of age *Be gainfully employed or show proof of income *No aggressive dog breeds in household *All other household cats must be spayed/neutered *If renting, must have landlord's ok to adopt and have paid pet deposit. *Must sign an agreement NOT to declaw
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