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My name is Willie and Clyde!
I'm being cared for by
Mutts & Mittens

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Orange or Red Tabby
Age
2 years 2 months old, Kitten
Sex
Male
Pet ID
Hair Length
short

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Good with cats
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Willie and Clyde are VERY ACTIVE KITTENS!! They are hilarous and will keep you in stitches. When you are cleaning the litter box they just have to help!!! LOL These two are loving as well and when you pick one up the other one wants to come too! If you think you might be interested in either one or both give us a shout. info@muttsandmittens.org
Willie and Clyde are VERY ACTIVE KITTENS!! They are hilarous and will keep you in stitches. When you are cleaning the litter box they just have to help!!! LOL These two are loving as well and when you pick one up the other one wants to come too! If you think you might be interested in either one or both give us a shout. info@muttsandmittens.org
Rescue

Mutts & Mittens

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Phone
Address
Fort Worth, TX 76132
Donation

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

An adoption application is submitted and reviewed by the directors. A meet and greet follows if application is approved. We have an adoption contract, a puppy addendum when necessary and, spay/neuter contract should the animal not be old enough. We do follow up home checks on all adoptions. Adoption donation/fee is $150 for dogs, $75.00 for cats.
An adoption application is submitted and reviewed by the directors. A meet and greet follows if application is approved. We have an adoption contract, a puppy addendum when necessary and, spay/neuter contract should the animal not be old enough. We do follow up home checks on all adoptions. Adoption donation/fee is $150 for dogs, $75.00 for cats.

More about this rescue

After volunteering for another rescue for five years we followed our hearts and obtained our own 501(c)3. These animals have done nothing wrong but are totally at the mercy of humans. We take these broken, abused little bodies, and work to heal their wounds and mend their souls. Our desire is to give them hope and a new start, to teach the public that a pet is a life time commitment and one at a time find them all a home.
After volunteering for another rescue for five years we followed our hearts and obtained our own 501(c)3. These animals have done nothing wrong but are totally at the mercy of humans. We take these broken, abused little bodies, and work to heal their wounds and mend their souls. Our desire is to give them hope and a new start, to teach the public that a pet is a life time commitment and one at a time find them all a home.