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Brain Domestic Short Hair & Tabby Mix Sherman Oaks, CA

  • Kitten
  • Female
  • Medium
  • Dilute Calico, Gray & White, Tabby (Gray / Blue / Silver)

About

Characteristics
Loving and affectionate, Inquisitive and smart, Lap cat and purr machine
Coat length
Short
House-trained
Yes
Health
Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
Good in a home with
Other cats, dogs, children.
Adoption fee
$125.00

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Meet Brain

Meet Brain, a sweet, gentle, highly-social, Dilute Gray and White Tabby/Calico with cute, matching socks.

This little cutie is affectionate and seeks out human contact... that is, when she's not wrestling with or chasing one of her three sisters.

She can be cautious when exploring new territories but is easily coaxed into play and cuddles... which you'll know when her motor starts! Brain's also a sucker for head and full body scruffs and scratches.

Brain was rescue, with her three sisters, when they were only 11 days old. Fortunately, we were able to catch her Mama so she was able to help raise them to this point.

I'm listing her as a good fit for children and dogs (and, possibly, any other type of pet) because she's still so young and adaptable.

Watch Brain's Adoption Video and fall in L-O-V-E !!! You can find additional images, videos and updates on our Facebook page: "Save The Leadwell Kitties".

Brain's adoption will include her:
* Spay,
* De-worming,
* FVRCP vaccinations,
* Rabies vaccination (if old enough),
* Combo-test (for FIV/FeLV = negative),
* Flea and mite treatment (with Revolution),
* and Micro chipping!

Please only contact us if you'll be making Pinky a permanent member of your household, will be keeping her safe indoors and have another young(ish) cat/kitten or cat-friendly, young dog at home.

~ $125. adoption fee, adoption contract and home check apply / $200 for a pair ~

Please note: we do not adopt out kittens or cats where they will be the only pet at home. Kittens rely on each other for emotional support and continued social and behavioral development. For example: another kitten or cat will teach them when they're playing too rough or biting too hard. Plus, cats and kittens get very lonely when you're not at home! Having a playmate will keep them happier, healthy and out of trouble. **We offer a discount when adopting a pair!

Interested in becoming a much-needed foster? Please send us a message with your best contact info, the type of home environment you can provide and, most-importantly, the City in which you live. Thanks!!

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