Available Kittens - Under 12 months of age

Cheez-It

Cheez-It
Male Orange Tabby Domestic Shorthair DOB: 12-04-13   This 8-month old Shorthair Orange Tabby kitten was rescued from our Victoria City/County Animal Control, along with Strudel, Pearl, & Ritz.  Pearl has been adopted, but this frisky teenager is still looking for his forever...

Lizzy Belle

Lizzy Belle
Female Black & White DSH DOB: 05/02/14 All cats are spayed/neutered, microchipped, AIDS/Leukemia tested, receive their first and second distemper/leukemia boosters, rabies shots, are dewormed and on flea prevention.

Molly

Molly
Female Tabby & White DSH DOB: 03/08/14 All cats are spayed/neutered, microchipped, AIDS/Leukemia tested, receive their first and second distemper/leukemia boosters, rabies shots, are dewormed and on flea prevention.

Mouse

Mouse
Female Black & white DSH D.O.B 05-22-2014 All cats are spayed/neutered, microchipped, AIDS/Leukemia tested, receive their first and second distemper/leukemia boosters, rabies shots, are dewormed and on flea prevention.

Mumphord

Mumphord
Female Black & White DMH D.O.B: 05-02-2014 All cats are spayed/neutered, microchipped, AIDS/Leukemia tested, receive their first and second distemper/leukemia boosters, rabies shots, are dewormed and on flea prevention.

Prince

Prince
Male Orange & White DSH D.O.B : 05-05-2014 All cats are spayed/neutered, microchipped, AIDS/Leukemia tested, receive their first and second distemper/leukemia boosters, rabies shots, are dewormed and on flea prevention.    

Sheldon

Sheldon
Male Orange & White DSH DOB: 03/08/14 All cats are spayed/neutered, microchipped, AIDS/Leukemia tested, receive their first and second distemper/leukemia boosters, rabies shots, are dewormed and on flea prevention.  

At the moment, we do not have many kittens available for adoption.   If you are very interested in a young kitten we recommend you call, email or visit the other two shelters in our town. 

 

If you find a kitten for free in the paper or from a neighbor, please remember we can help you get them spayed/neutered, and up-to-date on vaccinations, as well as de-wormed.  If you have a young or adult cat - male or female - please do your part and get them fixed.  Don't add to the pet overpopulation problem we have here in Victoria and across the entire country!