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Female Tabby

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About Bonnie

Bonnie is about 4 months old and up to date on all vaccinations and come with a NH health certificate. The Outlaw Litter was found living behind a gas station with their stray mother. We were asked to step in, trap/remove them from the property, vet them, and find them loving homes. 

They were very nervous at first, having very little human interaction. However, being placed in an amazing foster home, they have made a lot of progress! They are being socialized and being worked with daily. 

An ideal home for these kittens is someone who has experience with cats/kittens, and has the patience to give them time to adjust in their new homes. Cat savvy children in the home are fine as long as they know how to appropriately and safely interact with a kitten/cat. They need to be indoor cats!



6 Months, 3 Weeks and 1 Day
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Shots up to date
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Bristol CT 06010

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Labrador Retriever

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