Butternut – Bonded w/ Squash

Butternut – Bonded w/ Squash

About Butternut

Butternut is a young, female kitten. She has very unique coloring, with a mainly white coat marked some patches of brown tabby. Butternut has a unique eye feature. Her tabby coloring is around her eyes, but her left eye has a dark, inner rim and her right eye does not. What is unique about this is the “eyeliner” makes her left eye look slightly larger than her right, but really it’s the eyeliner making her eye pop! When new friends visit, Butternut and Squash take a little time to feel comfortable. However, its only a short time before they are rip-roaring kittens again! These two siblings are bonded and it would be wonderful to see them go to their forever home together. They are quiet and easy going and would make a wonderful life for their humans.

We rescued Butternut and Squash from Chicago Animal Care and Control in the beginning of October when they were only about 6 weeks old. These girls have grown so big and strong since then and are ready for their forever home.

The ideal home for these little kittens would have no small children, no dogs (or maybe a very cat savvy dog). Other cats would likely be fine.

She is already neutered, FIV/FeLV tested negative, Avid micro-chipped, de-wormed and has all necessary shots. She is ready to go to a loving home. Adoption fee is $125

Download an adoption application today!

If you cannot adopt, please share to help her find a “furrever” home.  You can also help by donating to sponsor their care or contribute to our WISH LIST to other pets in need.

If you have any questions, please EMAIL US!

All kittens must be adopted with another kitten or into a home with another young cat with which he or she can play and socialize.  The majority of no-kill rescues nationwide adhere to this policy. This policy is NOT based on a desire to increase our number of adoptions, rather it ensures that the kittens we rescue, nurture, and love are adopted into homes that offer the best possible environment for their social development.

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