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Adopt Ginny

Female Baby Domestic Short Hair

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Footbridge Foundation

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About Ginny

**** PLEASE NOTE: **** We receive a large number of inquiries. You MUST fill out an adoption application on our website in order to get a response from us. Do not click the button on this page! Adoption application link: https://www.footbridgefoundation.org/application/  Without an application, we will not contact you back. Thank you for following our necessary steps to get answers to your questions. We appreciate it! We thought this handsome kitty should be named Oliver...that was, until we realized HE is a SHE! Turns out this cutie is a rare female orange tabby so we renamed her Ginny and she’s almost two months old. 🧡 Did you know that only about 20% of orange tabbies are female? So, Ginny is extra special. She is FIV/FeLV negative, microchipped, up to date on vaccines, on flea prevention, will be spayed soon, and she’s almost ready to be adopted.

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Details

Name
Ginny
Age
Baby
Gender
Female
Size
Small
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Housetrained
Not Sure
Hypoallergenic
Not Sure
Spayed / Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
Not Sure
Ok with cats
Not Sure
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Hope

Domestic Short Hair

**** PLEASE NOTE: **** We receive a large number of inquiries. You MUST fill out an adoption application on our website in order to ge... show more

**** PLEASE NOTE: **** We receive a large number of inquiries. You MUST fill out an adoption application on our website in order to get a response from us. Do not click the button on this page! Adoption application link: https://www.footbridgefoundation.org/application/  Without an application, we will not contact you back. Thank you for following our necessary steps to get answers to your questions. We appreciate it! Hope, who is three months old now, came to us as our first bottle baby of the 2020 season in March. She was found in the street in the rain by a Good Samaritan and brought to a vet clinic where Kate, one of our fosters, works. Kate rushed this tiny baby to Erin and Matt, who bathed her to get all the fleas off and quickly got her into their incubator. Matt is a veterinarian. Erin is a vet technician. And they are our neonatal experts. They have an incubator and have saved many kittens. Over the last several weeks, Erin and Matt have cared for Hope and our amazing Footbridge Foundation supporters and fans participated in a donation and naming contest during which Hope’s name was drawn at random from the suggested names we received. But, the name suits her perfectly. We had hope she would recover from the dire circumstances in which she was found. And, she gives us hope for the future. Hope is now perfectly healthy! She’s FIV/FeLV negative, microchipped, up to date on vaccines, on flea prevention, spayed, and she’s ready to be adopted! show less