Adopted September 13, 2013
Age: 21 weeks
Breed: Domestic Medium Hair; Brown Tabby
Other vet care: Anti parasitic medicine
Other information: Being fostered in a multi pet household
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While out feral feeding in June, 2 of our volunteers came across a litter of newborn kittens by themselves. As any parent knows, a new mom will never leave her newborn babies by themselves. After moving on to the other stations needed to be fed and watered, the volunteers went back to check and see if mom had come back for her babies. Sadly, even after waiting and watching from their car, mom never came back. Thankfully, PFA has a few foster homes with the skills needed to take care of orphaned kittens, the litter was taken to safety.
Rizzle, is on e of these orphans, though you’d never know it from looking at him. This fellow is going to be big boy when he’s all grown up. At the moment though, he’s all kitten and that means playing with anything he can get his paws on and turn into a toy. Being bottle fed, he is very comfortable around people and loves to be cuddled and held. He has been fostered in a home with not only other cats, but dogs and ferrets as well.
If you are interested in Rizzle,click here to view our adoption contract and click here to complete an adoption application or email PFA adoption coordinator Alanna at email@example.com for more info.
Please note; in the event there are multiple inquiries for a cat or kitten, People For Animals will select the best suited home in the interest of a successful adoption.
Adoption fee: $100
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