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Reko Domestic Short Hair Toronto, ON
- Friendly, Affectionate, Playful, Athletic, Confident, Sweet
- Coat length
- Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
- Good in a home with
- Other cats.
- Adoption fee
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Reko is one of four siblings, Rami, Riia and Rutta, trapped late at a colony. Like his brother Rami, he is a solid black male but has a white star on his chest. Similar to the rest of his brood, Reko has had to learn how to be an indoor kitty enjoying all the comforts of life, and he has graduated with flying colours! He loves to play and chase, and goes bonkers for dangly wands like the Cat Dancer. Reko accepts pets, especially chin scratches, and since he is highly food-motivated, will happily come for Churu and Temptations treats. These would be excellent ways to integrate Reko into a world where he can feel the love of humans via food and play, and put him at ease in his new surroundings.
Reko would be very happy to join a family whose patience, understanding and abundant love for him will make him the best cat he can be. Being adopted with any of his siblings is ideal, or Reko can make a new friend at his forever home after appropriate introduction and integration. Now that he is safe and warm, replete with food and love, Reko has blossomed in confidence and ready to bond with his forever family, bringing much joy and delight to his people’s world.
Would you like to make Reko a part of your family? Please complete our online application found at: avacats.org/adopt/adoption-form.
Our adoption fees cover vetting and include spay/neuter, first-round of age-appropriate vaccines at the time of adoption, flea treatment, two dewormings and microchipping.
Standard adoption fees are $225 for each kitten up to 12 months old. Please note that fees may apply for additional required vaccinations due prior to adoption. Total adoption fees will be confirmed by the AVA Adoption Coordinator.
All AVA kittens 12 months or younger must be adopted in pairs or go to a home with another young cat (3 years or younger). Kittens learn from each other how to behave, which helps them turn into well-adjusted adult cats. In general, paired cats have happier and healthier lives because they have a constant companion and playmate. Plus, it’s twice the fun for you, and half the work!
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