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Clementine

Female Kitten Domestic Shorthair (mixed)

BONDED PAIR! Dusty and Clementine are a special bonded pair of 5 1/2 month old female orange kittens looking for a special home. These t... show more

BONDED PAIR! Dusty and Clementine are a special bonded pair of 5 1/2 month old female orange kittens looking for a special home. These two sweet social girls are curious, love to play, wrestle and romp as much as they enjoy hanging out and snuggling. They have big purr motors and talk with cute purr chirps. They both have great personalities with Clementine the more reserved kitten and Dusty the fearless one. What makes these two special is they were exposed to Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP), which is associated with a viral infection called feline coronavirus. Despite being exposed to FIP, they are thriving and healthy. Diagnosing FIP is very challenging, there are no lab tests available that can distinguish between the enteric coronavirus and the FIP-causing strains. Even when exposed/infected with FIP-causing strains, many cats do not develop FIP. The factors determining why one cat becomes diseased while others remain unaffected are unclear. Most cats exposed to feline coronavirus, even to the potentially FIP-inducing strains, are able to develop an immune response that protects them, therefore, only a small proportion of infected cats actually develop this clinical disease. However, to be on the conservative side, the kittens' ideal forever home would be a home without other cats.  Coexisting in a household with a cat friendly dog is a possibility with a proper introduction. If Dusty and Clementine are a good fit for you, please apply to adopt on the link below. Dusty and Clementine are being fostered in Littleton, CO. show less

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Dusty

Female Kitten Domestic Shorthair (mixed)

BONDED PAIR! Dusty and Clementine are a special bonded pair of 5 1/2 month old female orange kittens looking for a special home. These t... show more

BONDED PAIR! Dusty and Clementine are a special bonded pair of 5 1/2 month old female orange kittens looking for a special home. These two sweet social girls are curious, love to play, wrestle and romp as much as they enjoy hanging out and snuggling. They have big purr motors and talk with cute purr chirps. They both have great personalities with Clementine the more reserved kitten and Dusty the fearless one. What makes these two special is they were exposed to Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP), which is associated with a viral infection called feline coronavirus. Despite being exposed to FIP, they are thriving and healthy. Diagnosing FIP is very challenging, there are no lab tests available that can distinguish between the enteric coronavirus and the FIP-causing strains. Even when exposed/infected with FIP-causing strains, many cats do not develop FIP. The factors determining why one cat becomes diseased while others remain unaffected are unclear. Most cats exposed to feline coronavirus, even to the potentially FIP-inducing strains, are able to develop an immune response that protects them, therefore, only a small proportion of infected cats actually develop this clinical disease. However, to be on the conservative side, the kittens' ideal forever home would be a home without other cats.  Coexisting in a household with a cat friendly dog is a possibility with a proper introduction. If Dusty and Clementine are a good fit for you, please apply to adopt on the link below. Dusty and Clementine are being fostered in Littleton, CO. show less

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Laurie

Female Adult Calico (mixed)

Laurie is lovely laid back talkative Mama who raised three amazing kittens. She enjoys pets, lap sitting and sniffing the breeze out her... show more

Laurie is lovely laid back talkative Mama who raised three amazing kittens. She enjoys pets, lap sitting and sniffing the breeze out her bird gazing window. Laurie’s stressful past has made her a tad shy and sensitive to fast movements; but once she feels safe her charming side appears, eagerly seeking your affection. She adores the company of her people making her an amazing companion, whose soft chirps will melt your heart. She is learning all about the wonders of house cat life and loving all the perks. Now that her kittens have gone to their new homes Laurie is hoping to find a special family to call her own. She would do best in a calm home with adults and older children. Does well with other cats and cat friendly dogs. Laurie is currently being fostered in Denver Co.   *Bird Watching Enthusiast * Companion Cat * Master Lap Sitter In-Training*     Rezdawg adoption fees cover transportation, rescue costs, spay/neuter, deworming, vaccinations and all other medical services, as needed. All the aforementioned services help our animals recover their well-being, making them happy, healthy and ready for adoption. You save a great deal adopting from a non-profit, more importantly you allow RezDawg to save another animal from being euthanized. ALL funds are used to save and support the animals! show less

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Nigel

Male Adult Domestic Mediumhair (mixed)

Nigel is being fostered in Boulder CO. This dude is regal. He's a big boy tomcat (now neutered) that loves the life of luxury. Truly, th... show more

Nigel is being fostered in Boulder CO. This dude is regal. He's a big boy tomcat (now neutered) that loves the life of luxury. Truly, this eight year old acts like royalty. Lolling around next to his people is his preferred state of being. He is friendly and seems bombproof. When we introduced him to another foster cat, he sniffed her a few times then promptly ignored her. No hissing, no drama, as royalty doesn't do those things. He loves to be petted but is not really a lap cat and he doesn't particularly love being held, but he's calm about it. He's never shown a claw to us through a whole round of messing with him - deworming, pain meds for dental work, etc. He came to us (his foster waystation) from Raton NM in mid-September. He's a really big cat, but was skinny - weighing 9 pounds, and he wasn't interested in eating. The vet said he needed dental work, so RezDawgs had it done. The vet found that one canine tooth (one of the big front teeth) had broken off below the gumline and was incredibly sore. All good now, and Nigel is eatiing wet and dry food and putting meat on his big bones. We don't have dogs, so don't know how he'd do with them, though he'd probably be calm. He doesn't seem to care about other cats. We might not recommend him with young kids, as he doesn't particularly like being picked up and hauled around, as that's beneath the dignity of royalty. He's a really neat cat for someone who wants a feline companion that doesn't do drama.   show less