My name is Rice!

Domestic Shorthair Kitten for adoption in Knoxville, Tennessee - Rice
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I'm being cared for by:
Loudon County Friends of Animals

Facts about Rice

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Brown Tabby
  • Age: Kitten
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 10735002
  • Hair: Short

Rice is a very playful three month old female kitten.  

This precious kitty's adoption fee is only $70 which includes spay/neuter, general deworming, rabies, FVRCPP vaccination, and microchipping.  WOW a lot of vetting for only $70.  For an extra $14 you can have your kitty tested for FIV/Felv which cost  $40 to $50 at most vets. If the shelter has already tested this kitty, $14 cash will be payable to the shelter.   Please be aware that ALL animals are required to be spayed/neutered to adopt, so please verify the condition of the animal you wish to adopt directly with the shelter.  You will also be eligible for the great $190 package for free through LCFOA (you sign up online)  

These animals are located at the Loudon County Municipal Animal Shelter and any questions about this animal must be directed to the shelter.  They are located at 250 Jamie Drive, Loudon, TN 37774 and can be reached directly at 865-458-5593. The Shelter is Open Monday thru Friday from 9 to 5, Saturdays 9 to 1 and Closed on Sundays and Holidays.  CASH ONLY is accepted for adoption fees.

This ad was run by the Loudon County Friends of Animals and was not placed by the Loudon County Municipal Animal Shelter.

Loudon County Friends of Animals is a local 501c3 Feline rescue who places these ads to help bring people and animals together.  See all available cats at our web site under Adoptable Animals tab:



About Loudon County Friends of Animals

About Our Rescue Group...

Loudon County Friends of Animals is a group of caring dedicated volunteers who are working hard to rescue and place the animals that find their way into the public shelter system.  The animal shelter in Loudon County, Tennessee does not have the resources, financial backing, space or manpower, to house all the stray and surrendered animals on an indefinite basis.  Therefore, the clock starts ticking for these animals at the moment that they are deemed ready for adoption.  Our primary mission is to work to insure that as many animals as possible are rescued through either direct adoption, or placement into the foster care system before the clock stops ticking and their time is up.  In the meantime, we also support spay/neuter programs and trap and release effort (TNR) of feral cat colonies in order to reduce the number of animals being born which might eventually find their way into the shelter system.  Please help us make a difference!

Come Meet Our Pets...

Visit our Website at:

Call us at: 865-408-7475 or email

Adoption Hours By Appointment Only:
Monday to Friday  9:00-5:00
Saturday 9:00-1:00 Sunday 1:00-5:00
Phone lines are open everyday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Our Adoption Process...

Application Required to be filled out here:

Cats & Kittens in foster care under Loudon County Friends of Animals receive the following:  Spay/Neuter, FVRCPP Vaccination, Rabies Vaccination, FIV/Felv Testing, Ear Cleaning, Deworming and Flea Prevention (Adoption Fee Noted on Ad).
Cats & Kittens located at the Loudon County Animal Shelter receive:  Spay/Neuter, FVRCPP Vaccination, Rabies Vaccination,  General Deworming and Microchipping for $70.  For an additional $14 a FIV/Felv testing can be done.
Dogs & Puppies located at the Loudon County Animal Shelter receive: Spay/Neuter, DHPP Vaccination, Rabies Vaccination, General Deworming and Microchipping for $80. For dogs over 6 months of age a heartworm test is recommended for an additional cost of $6.