When they were first found, they were only a week old. Their mother was too sick to nurse so they ended up being nursed by a very tiny black cat named Serena, who weighed barely 5 pounds herself. These boys rapidly grew under the care of Serena and they earned the nicknamed “butterball kittens”. Since the kittens were very pretty, their caretaker named them Poppy, Pansy and Peony. Their names were immediately changed after their neutering surgeries. Despite the changes in names, these babies are still pretty. They will brighten up everybody’s spirit with their playfulness and silly behaviors.
Renoir, previously named Poppy, is a black male kitten who is mellower than his brothers but he is still very active and playful. Renoir loves to have his picture taken and he posts like a little bear cub. Renoir loves to sit in human lap and has his belly gently scratched; he purrs like an engine when that happens. Renoir will do best in a home with a very friendly and energetic feline playmate such as one of his brothers, Claude or Matisse.
Approx. birth date: 8/12/2016
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**This pet is fostered by: Irene **
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