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Adopt a pet: Jonas the kitten ready for loving home

Jonas the kitten
Three-month-old Jonas is available for adoption with RSPCA Bundaberg

Jonas is a three-month-old domestic medium hair kitten currently available for adoption with RSPCA Bundaberg.

Described as a handsome boy, Jonas has been with the RSPCA Bundaberg foster carer since he was very tiny and has at last made it to “available for adoption” status.

Jonas the kitten has a friendly, loving personality and would fit in to any loving home, according to his carers.

“Like all our cats/kittens that we adopt out, we do recommend they are inside only, so they stay safe and off the streets and our wildlife stays safe also,” his adoption listing said.

Jonas the kitten is available for $245, with his adoption price including his desexing, microchipping, worming, flea treatment and a health check with RSPCA’s friendly vets.

He is also currently up to date on his vaccinations.

When considering adopting an animal like Jonas the kitten, RSPCA Bundaberg urges residents to keep in mind that they do need ongoing, worming, flea treatments and vaccinations at a cost to their new owner.

If you think you have the “purrrfect home” for Jonas, head to the RSPCA website for more info.

Jonas the kitten
Jonas the kitten is looking for his forever home

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