Listed March 15, 2019
Age: 2 yrs.
Weight: Not Specified
Breed:Domestic Short Hair
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DescriptionDomestic Short Hair
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$90 for kittens up to one year
$70 for cats over one year
All cats have been:
- FVRCP vaccinated
- FeLV/FIV tested
- Flea treated
Frankie is a nine month old male who has lots of energy. He loves to chase his tennis ball and run through his tunnel. When Frankie is in play mode, he will only let you hold onto him for a quick minute as he has to race off to have more fun. Frankie's play can seem aggressive at times as he can attack your ankles, wrists and hands but this behavior is typical for a kitten that needs another kitten his age or one with his energy level. This is the typical behavior that gets most people to adopt a second kitty, the energy the kitten would be using on another kitten, is used on humans and it can come off as being aggressive. At this age, he is not a lap cat but when you are watching TV, he will cuddle up next to you on the couch. Frankie is super soft, he feels like a little bunny. Frankie does not like to be alone and will scratch at a bedroom door to be let in. He is super sweet and has been given the nickname Friendly Frankie. Frankie is super cute and is looking for a forever family.
Adoptions are at the Petco in Fairfield on Saturdays from 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
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Adoption Fee Details
Potential families fill out an application and once approved then a contract is signed. Fees are $90 for kittens and $70 for adults. All cats are spayed/neutered, FeLV tested (adults are FIV tested), vaccinated, dewormed and flea treated. Adoption counselors determine if the family is suitable for the cat they are interested in adopting.