Ivy

My Status

Adopted

My Location

2700 Ninth St. Berkeley

Adoption Hours

Friday – Sunday, 11AM – 4PM

How to Adopt Me

Meet me at the time/location above!

About

Hello, I’m Ivy!

I’m a loving gal and would be a wonderful feline companion in a quiet and mellow home (no young kids, please)! And as I acclimate, I can’t wait to show off my social and interactive side! I might enjoy getting all snuggly under a cozy blanket, but I’m might enjoy being petted and cuddled with, especially on these cool winter nights! Add in a few mellow cat toys and puzzles for some playtime every now and then, and we’re set for a lifetime of feline joy! Please know I must be the only cat in the household!

When you adopt me, please keep me indoors-only. Not only will I have a longer life, but I will be healthier and safe from the many dangers the great outdoors can pose to a curious kitty like me. I could be lost or stolen and experience things like overexposure to direct sunlight, natural predators like coyotes, and vehicles which can all be hazards to my health.

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I LOOK LIKE

Domestic Shorthair

I AM A

Spayed Female

My Age

8 months

My Energy Level

I need a quiet house

SO FAR, I LIKE

Napping, Being pet, Window watching, Puzzle games, Being an indoor cat, A quiet environment, An experienced owner, No young kids, Only cat of household

My Adoption Fee

$175

Adoption Information

The Berkeley Humane difference!

Our adoption package includes vaccines, microchip, spay or neuter, flea/tick preventative, worm treatment, and felv/fiv testing for cats (at the discretion of the veterinarian). We also provide $250 worth of medical care with VCA Animal Hospitals, discounts and/or free first welcome visits at other local veterinary hospitals and optional discounted pet insurance.

adoption requirements

We are unable to guarantee the availability of an animal or place any animals on hold. Question about a specific animal? Please contact us.

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