Brittany (aka Baby) is absolutely irresistible. She has a beautiful face, will stare at you adoringly, loves to be petted on her light, fluffy coat and never stops purring. She earned her name because she absolutely LOVES to sit in corners. There is no kitten more charming than Baby (her secrete name is Frances, for the die-hard ‘Dirty Dancing’ fans!)-
Blaze has the heart of a lion and the soul of a vaudeville comic in a body made entirely of rubber and floof. She bounces, she pounces, climbs, plays, climbs, tumbles and will make you laugh every second she is awake. There is no kitten more kitteny than Blaze. Plus, she has the heart of a lover - the moment she can slow down, she has her nose in your hand, or arm, or face (or, quite frankly, up your nose :) purring up a storm.
Barney is pure snuggler. He wants to be with people. He will love you to the moon and back, hopping on you the moment you sit down, rushing to greet you when you walk in the door. He likes to play, and he loves to play with YOU. Barney really cares about interacting, with a super soft coat that just invites petting.- ADOPTED
Brandon loves to climb towers like his namesake, Brandon Stark of Game of Thrones. Shy at first, once Brandon warms up to you he melts trustingly onto your lap, or leg (or sometimes to the top of your head!) for long rumbly naps. His favorite game is soccer played with a fluffy ball. ADOPTED!!
Bella is 50% hardcore adventuress and 50% shameless cuddler. She loves to chase her siblings across rooms, up and down pillow forts, burrowing into sheets. After a good play session, Bella wants nothing more than to settle down and purr next to or on top of you,and/ or in a puddle of her friends. Bella loves everyone and everything; her tail is always high and she can’t wait to explore more. ADOPTED!!
Bug is a Cuddle Bug. Absolutely, 100% guaranteed velcro kitten. He loves to comfort nurse with his people, complete with enthusiastic biscuit making and an improbably huge purr for such a tiny body. ADOPTED
Accepting applications now. Meet them in their Alexandria, VA foster home. Posted 10/1/16
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