46897 – Hickory

Ledger #46897
Born approx. 3/17
Male – Neutered!
FIV- & FeLV-

Why choose me?

Update 9/11/17 – Hickory is now neutered and up-to-date on all of his shots thanks to the Athenspets Spay/Neuter Fund! He now has his own kennel near the one his three sisters are sharing (four is a lot in one kennel). Hickory is a really adorable kitten, although he was a little shy when he was first moved into his kennel. He LOVES his little cardboard box hideaway, and boy is he cute when he’s peeking out of it from different angles. He’s occasionally a little shy with new people, but if you stop by to visit him, definitely just open his kennel door and get to know him. He will be rolling over and asking for belly rubs within just a few seconds!

Update 9/9/17: Everyone is healthy once again and available to adopt immediately!  These kitties are so over with living in a tiny little shelter kennel.  They are friendly, happy, and ready to be in a permanent home.  Check out their new pics and please consider adopting one or more of them.

Update 7/21/17: If you stop by the shelter to see these kitties, they’re not available at the moment. One of them got a very minor case of ringworm, but since they’ve all been living together, they all have to be treated. The treatment takes a while, so unfortunately, it will be a few weeks at least before they will be ready again for adoption. But you could definitely submit an application on one or more of them to adopt them once their treatment is finished. Feel free to call the shelter to ask for updates and to see if it’s possible to view them as they continue their treatment.

Elm & Hickory, siblings to Oak (already adopted!), Poplar and Maple, are finally large enough to be available for adoption. Like their siblings, these playful kittens have been at the shelter for months because they came in as tiny tots when they were three weeks old with their mom, Willow. Now they are rambunctious kittens who love to play with visitors and each other. Take them into the interaction room to watch them chase toys and tumble all over each other. They live in the same kennel with their other siblings, so sometimes it can be hard to tell them apart, but they all have collars on with their ledger numbers. Their sister Poplar is by far one of the most outgoing, but the rest aren’t far behind. They are so interested in the world around them, and they definitely do not understand why sitting still for their pictures is a good idea! Why don’t you come meet them today; you’ll get a much better impression of them than even the best picture would give you!