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My name is Shelby!

Domestic Shorthair Kitten for adoption in Eureka, California - Shelby
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Sierra Pacific Furbabies NorCal

Facts about Shelby

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Tortoiseshell
  • Age: Kitten
  • Sex: Female
  • Hair: Short
Shelby is one of a litter of 6 kittens found at a convenience store left behind in a box. She and her littermates were all sick, with crusty noses and goopy eyes—but they have all recovered nicely and are waiting to find that purr-fect loving home. She seeks out people for companionship, and loves to be held. She has been known to jump up/climb up to your shoulder. Shellby is a sweetheart who is very comfortable with children. She enjoys being held and sleeping on the bed. She is looking for a home to be herself in. Will it be yours?An application, safety home check, landlord approval if renting, and an adoption fee of $80 are required. Discount to seniors, military/veterans, and proof of disability.

About Sierra Pacific Furbabies NorCal

About Our Rescue Group...

We rescue animals from high kill shelters or abandoned local strays and foster them until they find an adoptive home. Our southern branch also goes out on emergency rescue calls for cats in drain and sewer pipes, up trees, stuck in walls etc. Transport in available up and down the state of CA. We also TNR local stray and feral populations. The plight of homeless animals moves us deeply. It is unspeakably horrific to see gentle loving animals killed simply because they are homeless. While we cannot save them all, each one saved deserves it. We are a 501c3 registered, CA non-profit corporation.

Come Meet Our Pets...

By appointment only. Please email Shannon for Humboldt County, and surrounding areas, at shannyvent@gmail.com.

Our Adoption Process...

Application and home check, adoption contract. Fees according to prevailing rate for local area. Generally $80 for kittens and cats up to age 5, $70 for adult cats thru age 9, $60 for seniors in Humboldt County, slightly higher in Southern California