Annabelle, Adrienne, and Adeline are three irresistible female kittens who will steal your heart. How irresistible are the girls?
So irresistible that the man who found them couldn’t help but cradle each one to say goodbye before handing them over, even though he is severely allergic to cats and had to use his inhaler after holding them. You see, the girls were born on the street, to a very friend stray mom who weighed barely 4 pounds herself. Mom and babies were living on the street. Unfortunately mom got sick and was too weak to care for the kittens. So the family had to be separated. Mom and the girls were transferred to a different foster home. In the new foster home, the girls received the much-needed TLC and they are now ready for their forever homes.
Annabelle is a very friendly, pretty and delicate-looking little girl. While she may look delicate, she is by no means a shrinking violet when it comes to playing and wrestling with her sisters. She plays hard and is assertive with her meals. She is not shy about demanding human attention. Like her sisters Adeline and Adrienne, Annabelle is a busy body who will need to be adopted into a home with a friendly young cat or one of her sisters. Otherwise she will be very bored and may find her way into mischievous activities. If you decide to meet Adrienne and her sisters, be prepared. These playful, energetic girls never stay still for long, so they’ll wrestle, run, climb and tackle their way into your heart in no time.
Approx. birth date: 7/21/16
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