Kat is a sweet little dainty girl. Kat loves to run and play, and also get some cuddle time. She came to K&P as a litter of four very tiny bottle babies, her other siblings have been adopted. Kat is great with other cats, loves the laser toy, loves to snuggle with you in bed, or even under the covers.
Kitties & Pitties is committed to saving the lives of animals, with an emphasis on cats and pit bulls. The organization strives to meet this goal by providing a network of loving foster homes to animals in need. While in foster care, the animals are provided with a holistic diet, socialization, training, and enrichment, promoting both health and happiness.
Kitties & Pitties works closely with local veterinarians to make sure all cats and pit bulls in our program receive vaccinations, spay/neuter, and other necessary medical treatment. The animals are ultimately made available for adoption.
In an effort to reduce the population of feral cats and kittens, Kitties & Pitties also offers Trap, Neuter, and Release (TNR) services. We also provide support to feral colony caregivers by offering outdoor shelters and cat food.
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Potential adopters are required to complete an application and present photo identification. The adoption fee for kitties is $135.00.
Our kitties are all spayed/neutered, vaccinated for rabies and FVRCP, dewormed, and provided with flea/tick preventative prior to adoption. In addition, they are tested for FIV/FeLV.
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