A homeless mother cat raised 6 adorable kittens among the native plants in the courtyard of a local building. The 3 brothers and 3 sisters spent their days playing among sage, agastache, and native grasses, until caring employees called us to help rescue them. When we took them in, they smelled like an herb garden! After a few days of enjoying an endless smorgasbord of kitten food, they now understand the joys of petting by people, playing with new toys, and are happy to be off the street. They are curious, playful, affectionate, fast-purring little bundles of fun.
With their strong sibling bonds and need for play, they are best adopted in pairs.
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