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Cove – Adopted November 2023!

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COVE Breed: Domestic Shorthair Mix Gender: Male Age: Born in August 2023 Size: Small but growing every day!

Energy Level: bouts of kitten energy with play and naps Litter trained? working on it, I’m just a baby after all Kids? Yes, with proper supervision and separation Cats? with proper socialisation, supervision and separation Dogs? with proper socialisation, supervision and separation Medical Needs: finishing up my first round of vaccines, my neuter surgery and then yearly vet visits.

About Me:

Hi I’m Cove – I’ve been at WAG for a few weeks now with my siblings and our mom who needed a little extra help with us. Our litter is now over 8 weeks old and are weaned from our mom, so are looking for our own loving homes asap! We recently went to the vet for our first checkup and vaccines and were really brave. There are 5 kittens in our litter and we are all boys! We are sweet and playful and have been growing in confidence each day whilst exploring the cattery at the shelter and meeting new humans. We are all looking for families to help us learn and grown whilst providing us with all the things a kitten needs like attention, love, affection, and lots of play time!

– will be ready for a 15+ year commitment!

– have lots of patience while I transition into my new home with my new family

– will provide lots of enrichment, scratching towers, toys, catio etc.

– will keep my health in mind and take me into the vet for yearly checkups

– will understand that I am still developing and my personality may change over time!

– will keep me safe and happy, forever APPLY FOR COVE!

My Story:

We were born in a loving home but our family reached out to WAG for assistance when we were a couple of weeks old. Our amazing mom did so well with us but we all needed a space that was warm and a little extra care. We have all recieved vet care including vaccines, de-wormer and anti flea treatment and will be spayed and neutered when we are a little older. WAG is looking forward to getting mom spayed when she’s ready so that she can return to her caring family and get back to being a kitty herself with all the attention on her like she’s used to!

WAG care for many litters and their moms each year – although adorable they do take a lot of time and resources so if you can, please consider donating to WAG’s Critical Care Program, or Spay and Neuter Program, both of which help unplanned litters in the Sea to Sky corridor. DONATE TO WAG! Notice: JavaScript is required for this content.

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