Mama Mia and her kittens are being adopted through Dog Rescue of MD.
Lil' Orange is more like a 'mini me' to his mama. They look almost just alike except for he has a couple spots of black on his ear, eye and leg. He is the big purrrrrerrrr for sure! His personality is very out going and playful. From the discovery of this lil guy it was clear he was the fearless 'leader: of his brother and sisters! We would see him quite a bit but the others stayed very well hidden. Once they were trapped he wasn't much of a fearless leader any more (insert sad face!). He is back to being the fearless one! He falls asleep while being held, but I think it's more like he purrs himself to sleep! He is all about playing with his siblings, the toys or the magic light. They do miss their printer paper box though. Pets are a life long commitment, and cats tend to live a great long life (never long enough though). If you are ready to open your heart and home to add a furry family member now is the time. There are always countless homeless animals in need. All it takes is love, care, commitment and willingness to keep those things for all of their lives.
We are making their birthday 6/2/14 If there are no other cats in the home it may be better to adopt the kittens in pairs. If you have any questions please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org
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