This little barn kitty came to Revolutionary Rescue when her mother and her litter mates rejected her at about 4 weeks of age. She had an eye infection and was skeletal so she was fed KMR through a syringe for the first few days.
She has come leaps and bounds during her short time in our care, she has put on much needed weight, started eating her raw diet and is using the litter box consistently.
Once she is 8 weeks she will be available for adoption to the most perfect home. She gets along great with all people, children and animals. We will be searching for a family that has spare time as well as another animal play mate in the house. Whether it is another cat or playful dog we believe Pixel requires this in order to be happy and healthy for life.
Pixel will be adopted out on a spay contract.
If you think you may be the perfect fit for our little kitty we would love to receive your application for adoption. We are currently working on an application more suited to cat adoption however in the mean time you can fill out the available adoption application (Skipping the dog training section)
Please read through our adoption process thoroughly before contacting us. Please no phone calls, if you have any other inquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.org
(Everyone must fill out the application)
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