Dolly is a beautiful and soft female Tuxedo about 9 weeks old. She and her brother Lincoln were found in a warehouse in Franklinton at about 3 weeks old. They were in pretty good shape but could not fend for themselves. They were bottle fed for about 3 weeks, handled daily and slept with their foster mom on her bed beginning at about 5 weeks; they are good snuggle bugs and like to stay close for warmth. Dolly loves to explore and is slightly bigger than her brother and a little more independent. Both she and her brother are now super active kittens love to run and play, climb the cat tree, play chase and tackle one another. She too LOVES her big Foster Dog brother, she wants to follow him all over and do everything that he does. She crawls on him and tickles his ears. She is even quite cozy with the other dog in the house as well (who has a little less patience) Dolly knows when not to bug her, but the dogs long fur was a comfort to her when she was really tiny. Dolly is a good eater and is a little bigger than her brother. They both play hard but also sleep pretty soundly. I would love to see them go to a home together since they are such pals, but they would do fine independently as well. They are both very well adjusted and love to explore! I think they would do well in a home with a dog who likes cats so they could all live happily ever after.
Dolly has tested negative for FIV/FeLeuk. Her adoption fee covers her spay surgery, vaccination, rabies and microchip. If interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out an application here.
Dolly, Domestic Short Hair Mix has been shared from Shelter Exchange.
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