Kiki Kiki

Kiki

Listed January 06, 2018

Age: 7 yrs.

Gender: Female

Weight: Not Specified

Adult Size: Less than 10 lbs.

Fixed: Yes

Shots: No

Breed:Domestic Medium Hair

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Description

Domestic Medium Hair

Special Needs

Kiki is happiest with the simple pleasures in life--a cozy cavern underneath a bed where she can daydream and chill. She'll occasionally surface for belly rubs, snuggles, and want to chit chat about everything and nothing. She's not demanding of your time. She is quite content being the mellow cat that she is. She likes to drink water out of the faucet and enjoys being brushed and combed. Her one special need is that she requires special food to prevent urine crystals forming in her bladder. Her ideal home would be where she would be an only pet. Kiki is a spayed female cat estimated to have been born on 3/31/2010. She is current on her vaccines. Kiki is available for adoption through CCHS's Re-Homing Assistance Program and has not been met or evaluated by CCHS. If you are interested in meeting Kiki, please complete an adoption application, which we will forward to her owner for review and contact. Thank you!

Adoption Fee Details

Fees and Services Included:  

Cats > 6 months: $80.00 for one cat or $140.00 for two cats.

Kittens < 6 months: $120.00 for one kitten or $200.00 for two kittens.


All of the felines available through our Foster Program are spayed or neutered, microchipped, and given age-appropriate vaccinations for their new home. Oftentimes, further medical care has been given, such as flea treatment, deworming, stool samples, or specific surgeries. On average, CCHS invests over $250.00 per cat, which includes their food, treats, toys, litter, supplies and medical treatment. Your minimal adoption fee helps to offset some of these costs and ensures funding for other cats in need of care through our programs.

 

The adoption fee for dogs over the age of 6 months is $150.00.

Puppies under the age of 6 months have an adoption fee of $200.00.

All of the dogs available through our Adopt-a-Friend program are spayed or neutered, microchipped, and given age-appropriate vaccinations for their new home. Oftentimes, further medical care has been given, such as flea treatment, heartworm treatment, deworming, stool samples, or specific surgeries. On average, CCHS invests over $300.00 per dog, which includes their food, treats, toys and medical treatment. Your minimal adoption fee helps to offset some of these costs and ensures funding for other dogs in need of care through our program. If you are interested in adopting a dog available through CCHS’s Adoption Program, please complete an Adoption Application.

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