These two adorable brothers, along with their other brother, Brady (adopted) were rescued from animal control when they were just a few days old. They were picked up from a bad hoarder situation in which there were numerous cats and kittens in horrible shape, many starving to death and several already dead. The boys were taken to an amazing temp foster who also happens to run a vet clinic and is very skilled at caring for bottle babies. Because they were bottle fed and socialized to humans at a very young age, they are extremely friendly and social and love people. They are your typical playful and energetic kittens - when they aren't running around and chasing each other or toys, they like to cuddle up, be petted and loved on. They are so silly and funny to watch - Brandon, the lighter gray tabby, is the jumper and boy can he jump! I swear he has springs on his feet. Buster, the dark tabby with white, is the more mellow and laid-back of the two, but don't let that fool you; he's quite the goofball too. They ADORE canned food and will instantly stop what they are doing when they hear the can lid pop. They are awesome with other kitties but because they have lots of energy, I wouldn't recommend an older, reserved cat as they may be a bit too much for him/her. I think they would adjust fine to a cat-friendly dog with a proper introduction, and kids would be great as they would love the attention and playtime. Both boys are very healthy, neutered, tested negative for FeLV/FIV, current on shots, and microchipped - DOB 4/25/16 (tag #'s 10239 - Brandon, 10240 - Buster).
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