Severus

Severus

About Severus

Severus is a playful, friendly kitten. He is curious and loves to jump or climb up to your shoulder to see what is going on. Lay down and he will snuggle up on your back and maybe move up to play with your hair. Severus loves to race around his room with his siblings. He can be found bounding over and under the bed, through his play tunnel, on and around the cat tree. As soon as his foster mom enters the room, he stops in his tracks and runs over to greet her. Severus is all black except for one adorable, white whisker.

Severus and his litter mates were born into a foster home in on August 19, 2018. Their mom had been hanging around for several months, accepting food from a number of neighbors. It was obvious that she was pregnant, and one of the caring neighbors brought her inside to have her kittens (Dashiell, Dots, Frankie Jr., Severus, and Domino) in a safe space.

The ideal home for Severus will be with one of his siblings, or another young cat/kitten with which he can play and socialize

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

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If you cannot adopt, please share to help him 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.

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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.

For more information on this policy, feel free to refer to any of these resources:

www.catbehaviorassociates.com/adopting-a-kitten-make-it-a-double/

www.meowcatrescue.org/resources/articles/12/single-kitten-syndrome

www.adoptapet.com/blog/how-to-cure-only-kitten-syndrome/