A pre-owned kitty, with a letter of recommendation, is looking for a new living situation.
Kittikins is a neutered 7-year-old brown tabby whos an excellent mouser with top-notch house manners. Kittikins has lived well with dogs, cats and children. Hes initially shy when meeting strangers but once he knows you, he loves giving and getting attention.
Kittikins family did not want to give up him up. Sadly, life changes resulted in a move that would not allow pets, and when they couldnt find another family to adopt him, Kittikins came to the San Luis Obispo County Animal Services Shelter.
Like all Animal Services cats, Kittikins is current on his shots, is altered and microchipped, and has tested negative for FIV. He also comes with a free cardboard carrier and valuable coupons for local retailers. In addition to all this, Kittikins adoption fee is half-off.
In the best of all possible worlds, families are able to keep their pets for a lifetime or find new homes for them; their pets are altered to avoid unwanted litters of kittens and puppies; and all pets wear tags with owner information. Each year, more San Luis Obispo County pet owners are doing their part, so were on the path to this best world, but were not there yet.
If you havent already, please alter your pets; make sure your pet comes home by putting contact information on your pets ID tag; and if you have room for a cat with excellent references, please consider adopting Kittikins.
Animal shelter volunteer Ellen Perryess
For more information about Kittikins, ID No. A189962, call the volunteer line at the San Luis Obispo County Animal Shelter at 781-4413 or visit http://www.sloanimalservices.com .
The Animal Services shelter is at 885 Oklahoma Ave., off Highway 1 in San Luis Obispo.
To see more shelter animals available for adoption, visit http://www.sloanimalservices.com .
The adoption fee is $75 for cats and $100 for dogs, plus a $24 county license fee for dogs if the adopters are San Luis Obispo County residents. The adoption fee includes spay or neuter, basic vaccinations, microchip, eligibility for a free veterinarian check, new collar and ID tag, and carrier for cats.
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