Posting ID : A1068462267
Date Posted : 2015-08-18
Category : Pets
I have two approximately 11-12 week old kittens in need of homes.
The first is Flower. She is black and white. She was found abandoned at about 7 weeks of age in an apartment complex after her people moved. She loves people and at this stage, hardly ever sits still.
The second is Bear. He is all black except for less than a dozen white hairs on his neck. He was found under a porch with his brother at about a month old. He is a little shy at first but loves attention and sleeping in a lap. Based on his size right now, I believe that he will be a very large cat when full grown. The males in the area where he came out of regularly weigh 14+ pounds.
Both kittens have been vet checked, combo tested negative, wormed twice (Droncit and Pyrantel) and have had their first 4 way distemper vaccinations. (They are coming up on the date for their second vaccination so I can do that before they go to their new home.)
I normally have all kittens spayed/neutered prior to rehoming but the clinic is rather backed up right now so I am offering one of two options for adopting these two:
Option 1: There is an adoption fee of $52 for each kitten. I have an appointment for their surgery and rabies vaccination on Wednesday, September 23rd. You take the kitten home and we make arrangements for me to get the kitten on the evening of Tuesday, September 22nd so that I can take it for its surgery appointment. After surgery, I return the kitten to you.
Option 2: The kitten is free to a good home with a spay/neuter contract. This means that you sign a contract that you must provide me with original proof of spay/neuter and rabies vaccination within the next 6 weeks or I take the kitten back into my possession. Understand, I WILL be on your doorstep if you do not comply with the terms of the contract.
Understand that a kitten is a commitment of as many at 20 years. If you can't say that you will provide a home and proper veterinary care for this little life for its ENTIRE lifetime, I suggest you go get a plant instead. I will NOT adopt to students unless I speak with their parents and they assure me that the kitten has a home with them in the event that their student is unable to care for it at some point in the future.
If you're interested in meeting Flower or Bear, please email me and we'll set up a time for you to come over.
References are available from people who have adopted from me in the past. We normally adopt out a dozen or more kittens each season and to my knowledge, none of them have ever had any behavior issues. We are ALWAYS willing to take a kitten back if the placement doesn't work out.