I am up to date with shots and good with cats.
These 6 kittens were born in early May 2016 and were rescued just in time for the July 4th celebration! They were rescued from a laundromat parking lot in West Virginia and are eagerly awaiting their forever homes. They are up to date on age-appropriate vaccines and are micro chipped. They have tested negative for FeLv and FIV.
Dandy, a solid black girl. She is a little shy and nervous when being held but likes to climb in your lap to snuggle. She is the most vocal of the group, with a squeaky little voice!
Doodle, another solid black girl. She is a carbon copy of Dandy, but is more outgoing. Doodle doesn’t mind being held and getting lots of kisses. She loves to play and nap in a big pile with her brothers and sisters.
Freedom, the buff & white boy, with gorgeous pale green eyes. He is a clumsy goofball who plays with anything or anyone near him. He sometimes misses when he jumps, but he just keeps purring and trying until he gets it right! Freedom loves to be held and will fall asleep while being cradled.
Glory, the torti girl. She seems to be the runt of the litter, but she is the most outgoing. She is always the first to ask to be picked up and snuggled, or will push her way in if she doesn’t immediately get what she wants!
Liberty, the black and white boy. He is the biggest of the litter, and a quiet, polite gentleman who wants to be snuggled but will wait patiently until it is his turn. His favorite toy is the ball track and he’ll curl up in the middle of it for a nap when he has worn himself out playing.
Victory, the black and white tuxedo girl. She has been the most cautious of humans and will need the most patience while she adjusts to a new environment. She is learning that it’s OK to be held, although she is still a little tense. She likes to bat toys around, especially crinkly balls, and snuggle with a sibling for naptime. Although Victory plays with all her siblings, she is most attached to her brother Freedom, and would do best if she can be adopted with him!