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Marnee is a little black beauty. She is petite and 7 months old. Marnee is staying in a foster home with her brother Gallagher (see the 3rd picture of them together) until they find their 'forever home'. Gallagher and Marnee can be adopted together or separately.
Marnee is an itty bitty kitty that is a big ball of energy. She loves to play with any toy you give her and can chase around her brother for hours. She can leap several feet into the air to catch swinging toys. She loves attention and will jump in your lap to be petted while she purrs nonstop.
Marnee is of oriental body-type and is all black with short silky soft fur. Marnee is a little shy of strangers at first but will warm up quickly to people who are around frequently. She doesn’t scratch or bite (other than the occasional love nibble). She is a very easygoing cat that doesn’t mind being bossed around by her brother so she would likely be compatible with other cats.
Interested in meeting and possibly adopting either of these kittens? Fill-out an online adoption application via www.sadiemaefoundation.org. $125 adoption donation per kitten, reference check and home visit are required prior to adoption.
While in the care of the Sadie Mae Foundation, this kitten has been spayed, provided with age appropriate vaccines, FIV/Leukemia tested (negative) and dewormed.
Our adoption contract specifically prohibits adopters from declawing any of our rescued animals. There are alternatives to declawing and we would be happy to discuss those alternatives with you.
We try to make our adoption process as easy and painless as possible, but please understand where we are coming from and all of the work that goes into rescuing and rehoming homeless animals. We don't want them to go through this again. Visit www.sadiemaefoundation.org to learn about the adoption process in detail.
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