Freddy Fox

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Breed

Domestic Medium Hair

Sex

Male

Age

3 Months old

Hi there! My name is Freddy Fox, but I am not really a fox! I may look a little foxy but really, I am named after one of the characters on the British kids TV show. You see, my mom is Peppa Pig!

No, she isn't really a pig, but her name is Peppa so that started all this silliness with the weird but loveable names.
Anyhow, I was born the day after Mama got to her foster mom's house, which was a Sunday, and I was born on Monday the 25th of March, 2024. So I am 10 weeks old, and had my surgery already so I am ready to go home with you!

I am a very sweet kitty and love to play with the others in my litter - there were 6 of us and 2 add on kittens, so that is a LOT of playmates. I get along with everybody, including the dogs at the foster mom's house. The big shaggy one looks intimidating, but he is just a hairy marshmallow.

So, if you are looking for a foxy looking tuxedo clothed kitty, with half of a mustache, I am your guy!

The adoption fee in state of Texas is $150.

We don't transport out of state, sorry. It is too stressful to ride with a bunch of dogs.

Attributes

Adoptable in Texas Only

Cuddles

Good with Cats

Good with Children

Good with Dogs

Lap Kitty

Litter Box Trained

Playful

Ready to meet your new best friend?

Apply For Adoption

ADOPTION REQUIREMENTS

To adopt we require… all pets are indoor animals, current on vaccinations and spayed/neutered unless medical reason why and dogs on heartworm prevention.

ADOPTION FEES

Adults are $200 and under a year is $250 in Texas.

Out of state adoptions are $400 – $500.

(Specialty breeds could have higher adoption fees)

Something to Consider:

  • Welcome to God’s Dogs Plus Kitties.

    We strive to provide a safe place for homeless, neglected, abandoned kittens, late term pregnant moms and mom cats with kittens. All of our GDR kitties are given age appropriate vaccines, dewormer and are spayed/neutered and forever homes are found for each.

  • Cats/kittens in shelters across the US have outnumbered dogs for the first time in 20 years.