Opal Otter

Adoptable Medium Spayed/NeuteredUp-to-date with routine shots

Opal Otter (this litter was named a cartoon) was born around 3/15/17. She is a precious little girl, she was found with her siblings at a very young age and was being bottlefed in an amazing foster home. She is sweet, social and people friendly. Opal is a dark blue/gray with some faint stripes, she reminds us of a Russian blue cat. She tested positive for exposure to Corona Virus, she is doing really well and this may only be exposure and she may never be affected, but in the meantime she should be kept separate from other kitties. She is available now as an only as an only kitten and if she remains a-symptomatic by end of July she can go to a home with other cats.
Before adoption this kitten will be spayed/neutered, microchipped, vaccinated and FiV/Felv tested. To make sure they are placed in appropriate homes we do require an adoption application, short interview, contract and an adoption fee of $135. Please fill out our cat application at http://pupsandpals.net/cat-adoption-application/ or email pupsandpalsrescue@yahoo.com for a cat/kitten application. Please do not fill out our dog application. Typically adoptions take 3-7 days unless they kitten you ask about is not old enough to be altered. They have to be at least 8 weeks to have the procedure done.
Listed: 4/7/17