Boo Aka Little Boo
Listed April 30, 2018
Age: 5 yrs.
Weight: Not Specified
Adult Size: 11-25 lbs.
Breed:Domestic Short Hair
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DescriptionDomestic Short Hair (short coat)
Little Boo is a very sweet boy once he gets to know you and is comfortable. He was rescued with his siblings from a cat colony and still gets fearful around humans who approach too quickly. He bonds with other cats but even after a year with his foster humans he runs when approached. All of his good habits are met with positive reinforcement and his bad habits are met with understanding. Overall he is just a big scaredy cat but he is slowly overcoming his fears, food is one thing he isn't shy about asking for and plays like any other normal cat. He would do best in a low key environment with older teens. Approx 16 months May 2018.
We have two locations to view our kitties: Napa Petco and Vacaville Petco. Sometimes kitties move locations or go into foster for a break. Please stop by our two locations to look at kitties any day, and then come into our adoption events on the weekends. If you want to confirm the location of the kitty in this listing, please give us at least a week's notice via email@example.com or (707) 258-2287 so our volunteers have time to answer messages and get back to you. Thank you!
Cats/kittens come spayed/neutered, microchipped, vaccinated and more with an adoption fee/donation to Whiskers, Tails and Ferals in Napa, CA. See more information at http://whiskerstailsandferals.org/.
-- Cat adoptions inside Napa Petco every Saturday - 11:00am to 4:00pm
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-- Cat adoptions inside Napa Petco every Sunday - 11:00pm to 2:00pm
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Adoption Fee Details
Our adoption fee is $125.00 per cat and $250.00 per dog by cash or check. This helps cover the cost of medical examinations and care to date, spaying or neutering, appropriate vaccinations, microchipping and testing for things like feline leukemia.