We can give you any information you need about Joy's personality & habits. If you adopt through www.getyourpet.com there are additional benefits given for the adoption fee.
Joy (born early April) is a sweet, loving girl who likes to play with us or the other kittens. She is very friendly & affectionate with us. She loves to be pet , held, carried. She is very playful & energetic when she plays but she will also just hang out on the couch & watch tv with me. Some of her favorite toys include chasing the laser or batting mylar balls. She loves to play on the cat tree near the window. She also loves looking out the window. Joy has seemed to love any cat or kitten she has met. Joy is always immediately accepting and happy to play with another cat. Joy's vet exam said she seemed healthy. She had her first vaccinations and tested Negative for FIV/FLK. Joy & her sibling, Scout, and kitten buddy, Princess, (born early april) are all looking for a forever home where they will be a loved family member. She can be adopted alone or with any of her siblings or kittens buddies. She has used both covered and uncovered litter boxes. She uses a litter box with clumping litter. She has been eating canned kitten food. The kittens were born outside. We took them in at about 8 weeks. They have been domesticated & are now indoor kittens that wouldn’t survive outside. We are fostering them in our home. We didn’t want them to go to a shelter, where they would be caged. Because they live as family members with us, we know all of their beautiful personalities and are trying to find the best fit. They have only known being a loved member of a family & are looking for forever homes where they will continue to be loved & part of a new forever family. They are all available on www.getyourpet.com where you can also view a short video clip. Please feel free to message us with any questions. She was treated with revolution plus which prevents/treats fleas, ticks, ear mites, roundworms, hookworms, & heartworms.
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