Crystal has a sleek black coat with a few white hairs on her chest, a long tail, and an adorable face with golden eyes that seem to sparkle. She is an affectionate young lady who is cute as a button, playful, and entertaining .Crystal is the ultimate playgirl and self-appointed activities director in charge of kitten games :)
Crystal was a very fortunate kitten indeed since one of our wonderful foster mothers took her home on April 26th. She joined another small kitten (a little boy named Jellybean) who also came to the shelter without his mother.
Crystal and Jellybean have enjoyed the freedom of a fabulous temporary home for the past two months where they continue to be loved, pampered, and spoiled until they are ready to find a home of their very own.
Crystal's foster mother brought her and Jellybean back for updated photos on June 8, 2017, and we were delighted to see how much they had grown! They have lost their chubby kitten fat and are beautiful youngsters today. Crystal weighed 3.6 lbs. that day and is scheduled to be spayed on June 14th. She will be available for adoption soon. We feel that she and Jellybean should be adopted together... Kittens do sooo much better in pars :)
Rescue groups may contact our Feline Rescue Coordinator via email (email@example.com). We can usually help with transportation and also provide combo testing without charge to rescues/fosters.
UPDATE: Crystal was spayed on June 14, 2017 and was also given rabies vaccine. She weighed 3.6 lbs. on that date. Her foster brother Jellybean was also neutered that day, and they are ready to find a home of their very own (preferably together)
Jellybean & Crystal were both combo tested on August 12, 2017 and are negative for feline leukemia, FIV, and heartworm.
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