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My name is Phoebe (red fish collar)!
I'm being cared for by
Nine Lives Foundation

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Black (All)
Age
Kitten
Sex
Female
Pet ID
NLIV-A-793
Hair Length

My story

Hi, I'm Phoebe! I love playing, exploring, and snuggling with my siblings. I would love to go home with my gal pal, Rahcel.
Hi, I'm Phoebe! I love playing, exploring, and snuggling with my siblings. I would love to go home with my gal pal, Rahcel.
Shelter

Nine Lives Foundation

Contact info
Pet ID
NLIV-A-793
Contact
Address
Redwood City, CA 94063
Donation

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Adult Cat Adoption Fee (includes $5 microchip processing fee) $100 We will not adopt to anyone who intends to declaw.
Adult Cat Adoption Fee (includes $5 microchip processing fee) $100 We will not adopt to anyone who intends to declaw.

More about this shelter

The Nine Lives Foundation is a 501c3 nonprofit community-based organization dedicated to rescuing cats and kittens from high-kill shelters and at-risk situations throughout Northern California and placing them in permanent, loving homes. In addition to saving cats from senseless euthanasia, Nine Lives Foundation focuses on providing low cost spay/neuter surgeries for the community and other cat rescue organizations and supporting TNR (trap-neuter-return) of ferals and strays to reduce the number of unwanted cats and kittens born in our neighboring communities and consequently entering the Bay Area's over-crowded shelters.
The Nine Lives Foundation is a 501c3 nonprofit community-based organization dedicated to rescuing cats and kittens from high-kill shelters and at-risk situations throughout Northern California and placing them in permanent, loving homes. In addition to saving cats from senseless euthanasia, Nine Lives Foundation focuses on providing low cost spay/neuter surgeries for the community and other cat rescue organizations and supporting TNR (trap-neuter-return) of ferals and strays to reduce the number of unwanted cats and kittens born in our neighboring communities and consequently entering the Bay Area's over-crowded shelters.