Daredevil is sweet female kitten. She’s still a baby at only around five months old. Her pretty, short coat is predominantly white, with black points on the tips of her ears and large black circles on her torso as well as a black tail. Her markings are beautiful and unique. Daredevil enjoys her dry food but also looks forward to her serving of wet food in the morning and at night. Then she settles in by giving herself a nice bath. Daredevil likes to cuddle in between play sessions. She loves her cardboard scratchers, is intrigued with her toys, and loves her stuffed mice. And of course, she loves her brother.
We rescued Daredevil from the streets of South Chicago where she was part of a managed feral colony. We took in Daredevil with her brother Stormy and her mother Marmi, who was already pregnant again. Daredevil’s foster family has worked with her to overcome her understandable fear of people when first rescued. She is now a very loving little girl. Her little purr motor kicks in as soon as she sees you.
Daredevil and her brother Stormy are bonded siblings. They have come through a lot together, taken care of each other on the street, and would do exceptionally well if adopted together. Daredevil and Stormy can be adopted into a home with or without other cats. No young children. Dogs unknown.
She is already spayed, 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
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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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