found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already spayed and up to date with shots.
The one snapshot did not really do us justice—because—well bars. We asked Foster Mom if she could get on at better angle but we admit we are a hard duo to catch in a single frame . We move too fast and all you get are those colorful pixilated blocks or a vague blur of fur. This particular photo of us behind bars is from one of our visits to Foster Mom's work place. Later on she was able to get us both in the much better glamour shot in our foster home. . Are we not quite the pair?
We were taken in by our Foster Mom when we were just four days old. Memories of our feline mother are very vague and seem so long ago. We heard that we are called bottle babies. That is because Foster Mom had to take the place of our birth mother for all those baby kitten needs. Bottle feeding, bathing, socialization, diaper changes (well not really - more like encouraging good litter box habits) and the finer points of hunting down and catching mice (the catnip filled variety is our preference). Evidently, we have done well at our lessons because we are now ready to go out into the world and find our own forever home so that Foster Mom can help another litter of kittens.
We are fun loving bundles of fluff. Also, we are something called a mixed breed (well all of the fosters cats are mixed, but in our case they have a slightly better idea of what our mix might include because of our coat pattern).
If you think we would make a good addition to your family, talk to our Foster Mom or one of the volunteers. Since we have been raised by hand since we were very tiny, we love humans. We are not so keen on dogs and, as bottle babies, we are not always good about sharing attention.
We do need to go to our new forever home as a pair.
To adopt you must first complete an adoption application and either come to an adoption event or arrange to meet the cat in its foster home. We do not do same day adoptions so, generally, we can only adopt within the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.