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My name is Kitty Cat!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Polson, Montana - Kitty Cat
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Life Savers Animal Rescue

Facts about Kitty Cat

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 10732625-16-kittycat
  • Hair: Short

~~Courtesy listing:  Found: Dilute Tortoiseshell spayed female,  Jette Lake Area: Been trying to find owner, decided to keep but found out family member is allergic so not possible. Dr. Lowell Tyler gave her all vaccinations, verified she is spayed and thinks she is probably around two years old, we did extra blood work just to make sure she is okay, but we just can’t keep her. Looking for a good home. Very well behaved, follows direction (I know that sounds weird for a cat, but she is very smart). Litter box trained when she sleeps in the garage, but she stays outside in the daytime and prefers to go outside. She enjoys attention but is not needy or clingy. She will not jump on you unless you tell her it’s okay and she will even let you hold her like a baby which our other cat would not do. When she is ready to come into the garage for food or for the night, she will meow to let you know. When she is ready to go out again, same thing. She seems to understand . . .  come, stop, and no. She would be a wonderful buddy for someone special.
Peg Brock Kranats, Home: 406-883-4739, Mobile: 406-270-6411, Fax: 406-883-0648
 

About Life Savers Animal Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Life Savers Animal Rescue is a small non-profit group. Our main focus is animals scheduled for euthanasia at the local "pound". All animals are spayed/neutered and vaccinated before placement.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Life Savers Animal Rescue has no shelter. Animals are housed in foster homes. To visit one of our "adoptables", contact the foster person listed on each posting.

Our Adoption Process...

Adopters are requested to make an adoption donation to help defray veterinary fees. Those donations are $150 for puppies and $125 for dogs which includes spay/neuter, vaccinations and micro-chipping; and $60 for cats and $75 for kittens which includes spay/neuter, vaccinations and deworming. Micro-chipping is available for cats for an additional $15.