Name: Ahsoka, Sabine and Zeb
Gender: 2 Females and 1 Male
DOB: June 2016
Description: See write up
AHSOKA, SABINE & HERA are friendly, playful and curious Star Wars kittens. They like to follow each other around their foster home and are seldom far away from one another. Although they are full of energy during play time, at night they are eager to curl up next to their foster family to snuggle. They also LOVE playing with the resident bunny!
AHSOKA (black, female) is a petite girl, smaller than the other two. But this doesn't keep her from play-fighting or running around with her feline buddies. She has one white whisker on her otherwise black face. Her foster mom says Ahsoka is the smartest of the group - thinking through her options before acting. She also loves snuggling up next to you at night. Ahsoka needs to be adopted either with Sabine, or into a home with another SPCA kitty or that has a compatible resident cat.
SABINE (calico, female) loves to curl up in the sink. She also purrs loudly as soon as you pick her up. Her foster mom says Sabine doesn't give much thought to her actions - springing into action based on impulse like many kittens. Sabine needs to be adopted with one of her buddies.
Zeb (black, male) absolutely LOVES playing with the resident bunny almost as much as his feline buddies. He has a loud purr motor and likes being held. Zeb needs to be adopted either with Sabine, or into a home with another SPCA kitty or that has a compatible resident cat.
These kittens came into our care from a local shelter. Sabine and Zeb are siblings, and Ashoka came into the shelter separately but was placed with them for companionship.
Please be sure to visit our website (http://www.spcanova.org/adoption/catlist.php) for details about our adoption policies.
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