Willetta is one of those kitties who has never met a stranger. She loves everyone and everything, and is an excellent cuddler. She loves toys too, especially the one that spins a feather wand around under a fabric skirt. She loves it so much she received one of her own as a gift and it will go along to her new home.
Alice isn't as brave as Willetta but she adores her and is learning to be more confident by following Willetta's lead. Alice will probably never be the kitty who comes out to greet all your house guests when the doorbell rings, but she wants to be near her trusted people and demands cuddles on her own schedule.
Both girls are in excellent health and have perfect house manners. Willetta is about a year old and Alice is about 7 months.
Willetta has a food sensitivity that can cause her system to rebel against certain ingredients, but we’ve found a special formula kibble that keeps her in balance. She loves it, and it’s easily available to purchase.
All of our kittens have been spayed or neutered, microchipped, are up to date on vaccines, and have tested negative for FeLV and FIV. The adoption fee is $150 for both.
If you are interested in meeting Alice and Willetta, please fill out the "I'm interested" form at our website, and our adoption coordinator will respond promptly. Please note that we place cats in the following counties only: Multnomah, Washington, Clackamas and Clark.
Animal Rescue & Care Fund is a small rescue organization. We rescue homeless animals only, and do not accept owner-surrendered pets. All our animals live with volunteers in their homes until they are matched with the right permanent family. Thank you for considering our pets for adoption.live with volunteers in their homes until they are matched with the right permanent family. Thank you for considering our pets for adoption.
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