The kittens are a joy to watch as they learn about life and explore their surroundings. They all play the leader at times and have their own distinctive personalities as they try different strategies to pounce on their siblings and play with their toys. Sometimes acting as a group, they solve little situations such as a toy in the water bowl. They love the turbo scratcher ball toy, and tiny kitten-size catnip mousies. At home, they are all great with their eating and box manners. The kittens are very active and must be adopted in pairs or to homes with another young and active pet. They were rescued with their mom, Mittens, as strays in West Virginia.
Peanut, a fluffy female Calico who is usually in the middle of the action.
Patty, a female with her solid white chin, and beautiful soft eyes. She often seems to be smiling while she's thinking. She likes to explore new areas, such as a bookshelf.
Domino, the only male with a tiny black mustache and black area on his chin, who can often be found wrestling with his sisters. He is usually the one who tries a new toy first.
Toby, a very bouncy female with a black area on her chin, has truly beautiful eyes, and delicate white swirls on the sides of her head. She is a match for Domino when playing.
Roger, a female who sports a little white racing stripe on her nose and enjoys gently playing with her sisters and brother. She is full of energy, curiosity, and affection.
They were born on June 8th, 2016. They've tested negative for FIV and feline leukemia, and are current on shots for their age.