My name is Beth!

Posted over 2 years ago | Updated over 4 months ago

My basic info

Domestic Shorthair
White (Mostly)
2 years 2 months old, Adult
Pet ID
Hair Length

My details

Checkmark in teal circle Good with cats
Checkmark in teal circle Shots current
Checkmark in teal circle Spayed / Neutered

My story

Here's what the humans have to say about me:

**must be adopted with Rip**

Beth (born February 2022) is white with brown and black markings with the cutest “beauty mark” under her nose. She is a little timid at first, but once she gets to know you, she is very sweet and enjoys getting pets. She has started to enjoy laying on the couch with her foster parents and will even lay in the bed with them at night sometimes. She has the absolute cutest, smallest, squeaky meow ever that doesn’t match what you would expect from a full grown cat. She likes to play with cat wand toys, especially if it has feathers attached to it. She will actually start innocently growling when she catches the feathers and she tries to pull the toy out of your hand and run off with it as if she’s saying “mine, don’t touch!” If you try to take it from her, she is fine (the growling is totally just a front) and she will continue to play with it forever! She also loves small plastic toys that she can scoot around on hard flooring, like plastic spring toys or even water bottle caps. She likes to be up high, so a tall cat tree would be good. She loves to look out the window at the birds, squirrels, or people walking by. She has never been around dogs or kids and would do best in a quieter home. She and her brother Rip like to run around the house chasing each other, but they would both benefit from someone who would take the time to play with them on a regular. She is in a bonded pair with her brother, Rip, so they must be adopted together.

Please see our rescue information for our adoption fees or email us at

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Billy the Kidden Rescue

Contact info

Pet ID
Emilie Jackson
Billy the Kidden Rescue, 4330 Holland Rd, Virginia Beach, VA 23452

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

We have an adoption application to learn a bit about the home our cats will be going to and the family's motivation for adoption and expectations about pet ownership. We also have an adoption contract, which includes a no declawing and indoor-only clause along with a vet promissory note that ensures you will continue with the medical care and spay/neuter if needed.

We DO NOT do any out of state adoptions except on the NC border on a case-by-case basis.

We require a donation of $120 for adoption of unaltered kittens with a PTV Contract. All kittens receive vaccine series and wormings as well as medical treatment as needed. The adopter is responsible for obtaining their rabies vaccine and spay/neuter if the kitten is not of age at the time of adoption. We can provide resources for low cost clinics that offer these services.

We ask a donation of $25 to adopt Career/barn cats.

We require a donation of at least $140 for adoption of Spayed/neutered cat.

Bonded pairs adoption donation is $200.

Sometimes we require rental checks or home inspections. We always have a Meet n Greet to make sure everyone gets along. We encourage bringing the whole family!

Adoption application

Go meet their pets

Our pets are available for Meet and Greets at their various fosters homes or at our kittery at Pups n Stuff in Virginia Beach for fosters who do not show animals in their home. Appointments must be scheduled in advance!

At Pups n Stuff (where we're the Stuff), you can make an appointment to come see some of our adoptable kittens. It is at 4330 Holland Rd. in Virginia Beach.

Many of our adoptable adults are located at the Catnip Cat Cafe. The Cafe is in the Ghent section of Norfolk at 1611-B Colley Ave.

We also have adoptable adults at Pembroke PetSmart, 4421 Virginia Beach Blvd in Virginia Beach.

More about this rescue

Our mission is to improve the lives of displaced cats and reduce feral cat population in Hampton Roads by socializing outdoor-born and feral kittens for adoption into loving forever homes. We are a VDACS registered 501c3 nonprofit, founded in 2014 with over 60 foster homes.

Our heart is in TNR (Trap, Neuter, Return of ferals), where cats are fixed, vaccinated, ear tipped, and allowed to live out their lives without reproducing. We are advocates for advancing legal and social acceptance of TNR in Hampton Roads. Our unique feral kitten socialization program has a 90% success rate in socializing feral-born kittens to become loving, in-home pets.

We are always seeking fosters, volunteers, transporters, and trappers to join our team!

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