Hi! I'm Phillipa (Female, DSH Torbie, est DOB March 13, 2019) and I'm about five months old. I had a hard start to life living outdoors. I'm still a bit nervous, and I spend some time hiding from my foster family. I get along well with other cats, but most of the time, I prefer to hide from them too. I am great with children, and once I become comfortable with you, I am super snuggly and affectionate. I'm looking for a forever family that has a lot of love and patience to give. I have a lot of love to give in return.
Foster special notes:
Phillipa is the most gorgeous girl. Check out the picture of her multi-coloured toe beans! Since she has been in care, her foster mom has played hide and go seek-Phillipa more times than she can count! Phillipa hasn't once willingly come out of hiding to eat or play (only comes out when the house is quiet), but once her foster mom catches her, she wraps her in a scarf and the little beauty curls up on her foster mom's chest, gives her kisses, and falls asleep, with the loudest purr ever! Someone that puts in the time for this kitty to come out of hiding is going to get the sweetest, most affectionate kitty that loves to be held. While she is nervous, Phillipa has never hissed, and is not aggressive around other cats or children. She could be a good fit in a home where another cat could show her how to play, or in a quiet home where she may come out of hiding more quickly.She is an excellent eater and very tidy with the litter box.
Good with cats: Yes
Good with dogs: Unknown
Good with children: Yes
Litter trained: Yes
The adoption fee of $200 per kitten includes a veterinary exam, first set of shots (in a series), deworming, spay or neuter, and microchip. The adopter will be responsible for the second and third set of shots if they haven’t been administered yet. In the case of kittens or adults adopted prior to their sterilization surgery, the adopter will be responsible to schedule and bring their adopted cat to our veterinary partner when it is time to have the spay/neuter surgery; this is included in the adoption fee. Kittens should have their sterilization surgery around 5-6 months of age. If you are interested in this kitten, please note that you will be putting in an application to visit the litter. You will then be placed on a waitlist to visit the litter, however the kitten you are most interested in may be spoken for before your visit. This is to give our adopters the chance to meet all of the kittens in a litter before making the decision to choose one specific kitten. If you are interested in meeting a litter of kittens, please visit our website and complete the Adoption Interest Application at the following link: Please note that we do not post all of our kittens to our website, so for updates please frequently check our Facebook page. Once your completed application is received and reviewed our Adoption Coordinator will be in contact within 24-48hrs. If you have not heard from us in this time period, please check your SPAM folder. Sometimes our emails end up there.