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Weebles & Wobbles are 5-month-old females. Weebles is spayed, and Wobbles with be spayed before being adopted. They are very petite for their age. They came in originally as strays and have been in foster care for the last couple months learning to trust humans. They have come around, but can still be shy and will need a home that is quiet where they can settle in. They seem to bond really well to one person, and would love a home where their new owner is home a lot to spend time socializing them more. Weebles is the more outgoing of the two. They are very sweet once you get to know them and they get to know you. They are a bonded pair and will need to be adopted together, as Wobbles really relies on Weebles to show her what to do. They have been around other cats and LOVE to have other feline friends. They will run up to other cats and rub on them trying to make friends. They would not do well in a home with a dog, as dogs seem to be far too scary to these little girls. If you would like to meet them, please contact the shelter and fill out an application, so we can arrange for our foster parent to bring them in for a visit.
Cat Adoption fee of $175 includes; Spay/Neuter, first vaccination, rabies vaccination, general deworming, advantage if needed, microchip, four weeks of free trial pet insurance and a free exam at a local participating vet.
The Quinte Humane Society adopts out cats and kittens onsite at the shelter or from PetSmart & Tropical Gardens Pet Shop. Please call the shelter at 613-968-4673 ahead of time to ensure the cat you are interested in is still available or if you have any questions. For our most accurate and up to date adoption information, please visit us at our website: https\://www.quintehumanesociety.com/
Items Needed: Bleach, toilet paper (for our staff & volunteers), spay shirts for the kitties after surgery, and a rolling spreader, for putting out salt/sand in our parking lots to keep staff, volunteers and our dogs safe.