Meow! My name is Krinkle
I am up to date with shots.
Krinkle is an outgoing little tortie kitten who needs a loving home. Krinkle is a beautiful 8-month old kitten who has been waiting a very long time for a home. Krinkle, and her sister, Buttercup, are a very sweet pair. They do not have to be adopted together.
Krinkle came from a horrific area and was so very happy to be saved from a fate worse than death. Their mother, Foxie, did an excellent job keeping them safe until Shadow Cats came into their lives. Krinkle is the life of the party with cute little crinkled ears. She is playful and loves to be petted.
Krinkle has tested negative for feline leukemia and FIV, has been dewormed, and is up to date with all her shots. She requires a home where she will never be declawed, or allowed to go outside.
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Rescue Group Info...
Shadow Cat Advocates exists to provide assistance to all the abandoned and forgotten cats and kittens that live all around us. We are a 501c3 non-profit and all donations to our organization are deductible to the extent allowed by IRS laws. We have no office expenses, no salaries, and our volunteers all work for FREE and pay their own expenses. Without volunteers, our mission would be meaningless. We are looking for additional volunteers. Are you willing to foster a cat for a short period, become a caretaker, help trap, or assist in one of our fundraising event? Shoot us an email as any help you can offer will be met with a huge THANK YOU! Be sure to go to our web site to find out more about our organization: www.shadowcatadvocates.org
We do not have a “store front” as all fostering is done in a home environment. To schedule an appointment to visit the cats or kittens, please give us a call at (571) 408-9626.
Adoption fees vary based on the veterinary care the cat has received prior to adoption. We will do a vet check to make sure the pet(s) you have currently or previously in your home have received adequate and yearly veterinary visits. A lifetime care contract and home visit are part of the adoption process.