My name is Ash, Rocco, and Otis!

Domestic Shorthair Kitten for adoption in Arlington, Virginia - Ash, Rocco, and Otis
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SPCA of Northern Virginia

Facts about Ash, Rocco, and Otis

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Brown Tabby
  • Age: Kitten
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 10956937
  • Hair: Short
These boys are fun!

Name: Ash, Rocco and Otis
Born:  Sept 2016
Sex:   Males
Description: Brown  and White Tabbies

ASH, ROCCO & OTIS are typical boys - very active! They keep each other entertained for hours - playing with toys and chasing and tackling each other. When they are done playing, they look for the nearest human to snuggle up with. Nothing like having three kitties pile on top of you! 

If given the chance, we would love to see all three boys go to the same home that has plenty of space and kids to help keep them entertained. However, we will also consider adopting out two as a pair (probably Ash/Otis) and find a separate home for Rocco with a like-minded kitten or young male cat to bond with. Since we are at the end of kitten season, we don't have another single kitten/teenager to buddy the third kitten up with.

ASH (brown/white tabby - more white on his face) is nearly an identical twin to Rocco! Ash is most likely to be the first one to jump into your lap after he's done playing. He loves snuggling after he's finished with a busy day of hunting toy prey and chasing and tacking his brothers.

ROCCO (brown/white tabby - freckle on his nose) is the explorer. While all of the boys love to explore, Rocco is usually the first one to engage in 'jail-breaking' - darting up the stairs to the rest of the house when his large 'kitten room' basement door is opened up. While he is the smallest of the brothers, this doesn't hold him back! And he is usually second in line for snuggling when play-time is over.

OTIS (brown tabby) will break your heart. He is the biggest boy in the litter and has the cutest little meow that he uses to let you know he needs something. Like more food or more loving! Otis looks into your eyes and gives you that cute little meow - often a silent meow. Otis also likes to compete for the best snuggling position on your lap but when there's no more room he seems happy to snuggle up by your side.

These boys came into our care with their three siblings (Bobbi, Charlie, and Hector) from someone's home who had rescued their mom from a neglectful situation. These kittens had early socialization with this family with three kids so they are all extremely people-oriented. These boys are truly amazing - a nice balance between playfulness and longing for human love and affection.

Please be sure to visit our website ( for details about our adoption policies.


About SPCA of Northern Virginia

About Our Rescue Group...

The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals of Northern Virginia is a non-profit, all-volunteer, private organization established by local concerned citizens to rescue domestic animals from cruelty, neglect, and abandonment. We receive all our funding from membership dues, donations, and fundraising events. We are always striving to enlarge our animal rescue operations and expand our services to the community. Our voluntary Board of Directors, committee members, and volunteers are responsible for all SPCA activities. We do not have a shelter facility, and depend on foster parents to care for domestic animals until adoption.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Our dogs are available to meet at twice monthly adoption events in Fairfax, VA.

Our cats are available to meet you in their foster homes
by appointment weeknights or weekends.

Our Adoption Process...

Please read our cat adoption guidelines (at We put a lot of financial and emotional support into our cats and want them placed in homes where they will be members of the family for the rest of their lives. Indoor cats, with care, can live up to 20 years. Not everyone agrees with all of our guidelines. Please read our explanations and talk to our volunteers. If you disagree with us, we suggest you adopt a cat from a different source such as a local shelter. When you adopt a cat from us, you must sign a legal contract stating that you will comply with our guidelines. The adoption fee is $150 for one cat and $250 for two.

For those interested in cat adoptions, all potential adopters must read our adoption guidelines (available on our website at, then meet the cat in person either at an Adoption Fair or in their foster home. We take applications only after you've met the cat and we both feel it's a good match.

All adopters interested in adopting a dog must meet the dog in person, and submit an application. A housecheck is done, and references are checked. If approved, the dog will be placed in the home for a two-week trial period, to make sure that it is a good "fit" for both people and dog. If it is, the adoption is finalized and the adoption fee is paid. We do not adopt outside of the Washington DC metro area.