Madonna has had it pretty rough until now. She was taken in by a family as a stray kitten. Unfortunately, the family let her go outside often without any veterinary care.
Because of this, Madonna has had three litters of kittens. When she had the last litter, the family's landlord threatened to evict the family due to having too many pets.
Madonna was brought to the shelter with her 6 month old daughter and her two week old litter of 6 kittens. The little family is safe and comfortable. Madonna has now been to a vet for the first time in her life, and she is spayed and healthy, ensuring that this litter of kittens was her last.
Madonna has been a good mother. She is gentle and sweet and ready for a family that will treat her with the kindness she deserves.
She shares a room with her older kitten daughter, Jett. Although Madonna and Jett can be adopted separately, they would make a good pair for anyone who is looking to adopt two adult cats who love each other and would be grateful for a home together.
Are you the perfect forever home for Madonna?
Approximate date of birth: 06/22/2013
Gender: Female, spayed
Weight: 8 1/2 pounds
Vaccines: Up to date
FIV/FeLV results: Negative
Allergies: none known
OK with kids: Yes
Ok with dogs: Fine with mellow, cat-savvy dogs
OK with cats: Yes
Adoption fee: $149
1) Print adoption application here:
2) Email to firstname.lastname@example.org OR Fax to 866-522-8042.
Please see our website for details on our adoption process, and feel free to email with any questions about the process or about the pet you're interested in.
Home visits required and dog adoptions do require structural fencing. Stafford SPCA does not condone the exclusive use of invisible fencing. We reserve the right to deny placement of puppies and kittens into homes with children under 5 years old.
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