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My name is Lu, Felix and Fluff!
I'm being cared for by
Summit Dog Rescue
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Home Check

4.

Meet the Pet

5.

Approve Application

6.

Sign Adoption Contract

1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Home Check

4.

Meet the Pet

5.

Approve Application

6.

Sign Adoption Contract

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Mediumhair
Color
Gray or Blue (Mostly)
Age
Kitten
Sex
Female
Pet ID
Hair Length
medium

My info

Small red x Not good with kids
Small blue checkmark Shots current

My story

UPDATE 6-10-22: These babies are extremely healthy, but when recently tested for FIV the results were faint positive. The veterinarian told us it could be just due to maternal antibodies, in that their mother may have been exposed but may not actually be FIV positive herself. For this reason, we recommend these kittens get retested at 6 months of age, and we will include that in their adoption fee.

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Kitten love! Meet Lucy and her brothers Felix and Fluff!

These are extremely special kittens! They're very well-socialized with people and the resident cat and resident dog in their awesome foster home.

These babies love to play, snuggle and explore. Careful attention has been paid to them since they were very young, so they are extremely sweet and connected to humans. Their foster mom studies behavior, so extra time and energy has been devoted to making sure their needs have been met.

All three kittens are little balls of fluff. They're sweet, gentle and playful. After a round of kitten playtime they'll crash out on their cat tree for extra cuteness.

These kittens are curious, friendly and adorable. They crave human snuggle time and playing and they love to be held -- especially at naptime. The rest of the day they're busy playing and exploring all the great toys in their kitty pen, and learning their domestic kitty skills: hunting, eating great food and napping together in their fuzzy bed.

We are going to be extremely careful about where we place them. Strong preference will be given to local Boulder area adopters.

Please see our kitty application and adoption requirements before emailing us.

We'd love to adopt out these cuties in pairs if we can, but they're adoptable individually to the right homes.

Please read these articles from the Seattle Area Feline Rescue and Companion Animal Psychology on why it's a good idea to have two kittens in the house and not just one:

https://www.seattleareafelinerescue.org/single-kitten-syndrome/

https://www.companionanimalpsychology.com/2012/06/one-kitten-or-two.html

You can also research Google for more info on the subject. Thanks.

They were rescued as part of a trap/neuter release program for feral cats in Colorado, and their amazing foster mom has watched them grow into sociable, people-loving sweethearts.

For more info and/or to apply to adopt these sweet little souls, send an email of inquiry to SummitDogRescue@yahoo.com telling us a bit about yourself, your home situation and your lifestyle. A volunteer will get back to you as soon as they can.
UPDATE 6-10-22: These babies are extremely healthy, but when recently tested for FIV the results were faint positive. The veterinarian told us it could be just due to maternal antibodies, in that their mother may have been exposed but may not actually be FIV positive herself. For this reason, we recommend these kittens get retested at 6 months of age, and we will include that in their adoption fee.

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Kitten love! Meet Lucy and her brothers Felix and Fluff!

These are extremely special kittens! They're very well-socialized with people and the resident cat and resident dog in their awesome foster home.

These babies love to play, snuggle and explore. Careful attention has been paid to them since they were very young, so they are extremely sweet and connected to humans. Their foster mom studies behavior, so extra time and energy has been devoted to making sure their needs have been met.

All three kittens are little balls of fluff. They're sweet, gentle and playful. After a round of kitten playtime they'll crash out on their cat tree for extra cuteness.

These kittens are curious, friendly and adorable. They crave human snuggle time and playing and they love to be held -- especially at naptime. The rest of the day they're busy playing and exploring all the great toys in their kitty pen, and learning their domestic kitty skills: hunting, eating great food and napping together in their fuzzy bed.

We are going to be extremely careful about where we place them. Strong preference will be given to local Boulder area adopters.

Please see our kitty application and adoption requirements before emailing us.

We'd love to adopt out these cuties in pairs if we can, but they're adoptable individually to the right homes.

Please read these articles from the Seattle Area Feline Rescue and Companion Animal Psychology on why it's a good idea to have two kittens in the house and not just one:

https://www.seattleareafelinerescue.org/single-kitten-syndrome/

https://www.companionanimalpsychology.com/2012/06/one-kitten-or-two.html

You can also research Google for more info on the subject. Thanks.

They were rescued as part of a trap/neuter release program for feral cats in Colorado, and their amazing foster mom has watched them grow into sociable, people-loving sweethearts.

For more info and/or to apply to adopt these sweet little souls, send an email of inquiry to SummitDogRescue@yahoo.com telling us a bit about yourself, your home situation and your lifestyle. A volunteer will get back to you as soon as they can.
Rescue

Summit Dog Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Phone
Address
boulder, CO 80308

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Home Check

4.

Meet the Pet

5.

Approve Application

If everyone agrees this is a good match, the board approves the adoption.

6.

Sign Adoption Contract

Additional adoption info

First you must fill out an application which we will review. Then we will do a phone interview, reference check and finally a home visit before a dog is placed in your home. We ONLY adopt to homes where the dog is an indoor dog, part of the family and treated as such. We stress excellent nutrition, proper training and follow up with all our adopters. We are probably have one of the more thorough and difficult adoption processes... and we love that people want to adopt and don't want to discourage adopters! So please, if you're in a hurry, or not an exceptional furever home - please try other rescues or a SHELTER is a great option too!
First you must fill out an application which we will review. Then we will do a phone interview, reference check and finally a home visit before a dog is placed in your home. We ONLY adopt to homes where the dog is an indoor dog, part of the family and treated as such. We stress excellent nutrition, proper training and follow up with all our adopters. We are probably have one of the more thorough and difficult adoption processes... and we love that people want to adopt and don't want to discourage adopters! So please, if you're in a hurry, or not an exceptional furever home - please try other rescues or a SHELTER is a great option too!

Go meet their pets

All our dogs are in foster homes. You have to go through the adoption process and be approved before meeting a dog. Its an application, two phone interviews and a home visit.
All our dogs are in foster homes. You have to go through the adoption process and be approved before meeting a dog. Its an application, two phone interviews and a home visit.

More about this rescue

Check our website for more info www.summitdogrescue.org www.facebook.com/summitdogrescue
Check our website for more info www.summitdogrescue.org www.facebook.com/summitdogrescue