Medli is a 3 1/2 month old female kitten who was brought in with her siblings by a Good Samaritan and is the only surviving kitten from her litter. She has thrived in foster care but is needing a patient home to give her some time to adjust. This wide-eyed girl is independent but enjoys the company of other animals. She typically will come around to humans but will need patience and understanding. Some kitties are just a little more timid in nature than others. She is litterbox trained.
Thank you for coming to see the dogs and cats currently up for adoption through our organization. We have many breeds, ages, and personality types to fit your family and lifestyle. Genders are indicated by the colored dot on the images. Pink for females, blue for males. If you have any questions about our animals, please contact us. During their stay with us, each foster begins basic training and socialization so that they get a jump start into living in a home environment. We are currently not a kennel-based shelter, we only use foster homes so that each cat and dog can live with a family, in better preparation for the life waiting for them.
However, keep in mind that sometimes the animals we have in foster need a bit of extra patience and support. We often get skittish and shy cats, behavioral challenged dogs, and exasperated humans which can often be a bit stressful, especially for the animals.
Adoption fees vary depending on animal type and age, but below is a quick guide to get a better idea. We hold adoption discounts and specials throughout the year, so please feel free to inquire!
Adoption fees include but are not limited to: Veterinary examinations, age-appropriate deworming and vaccinations, fecal testing, spay/neuter, micro-chipping, probiotics during their stay with us, DNA testing (upon request), and much more.
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