Meet the most super splendid trio of 4 month old kittens you are ever likely to meet: Davey Grey, Dolly Brown, and Jackie Brown! These guys are super affectionate and will not hesitate to jump into your arms, snuggle around your neck, curl up next to you in bed, or come running to you when called! These guys are pure bundles of furry, fluffy joy!
Davey is a handsome little boy who is filling out majestically, possibly because he will eat anything that you put in front of him. He’s not a picky one. He also loves high places, so really should have some sort of “cat-tree” or feline jungle gym.
Dolly is so cute with her white little cheeks. She is the “Foody” of the bunch but is not overly fussy.
Jackie is all tabby face and dainty, starting out as the runt of the litter she quickly caught up with her siblings thanks to good food and nutrition.
These three love to play (as most kittens do, of course). Super excited and frenzy in play, they will leap in the air and chase each other all around the house. They will show you what true joy looks like, and it is contagious!!
Serious inquiries only. Foster mother will only release to a great home that will appreciate & love these wee beasties. The are awesome. 2 can go as a pair or if you have an active, playful young cats that wants a companion you can pick one who we would think as the best match.
FelV/FiV negative, up to date on all vaccines and fixed. If you would like more information about this wonderful bunch of snugglers or want to set up a play date, please contact Donna at email@example.com
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