DOB: 4/15/17 approx.
The male Pasta Kittens are part of a litter of incredible polydactyl babies, each with extra toes! Rigatoni and Spaghetti are both tabbies. Rigatoni has a handsome dark ticked coat. Spaghetti's coat is a little longer, almost medium haired. His round face looks like a 'tough guy', but he's actually super sweet and just wants loving. His paws are the biggest of all.
As newborns, they and their 2 sisters were at a city shelter, rescued by Kitten Rescue and bottle fed at the Nursery. They were saved from certain death, because the shelters cannot bottle feed tiny kittens. Once weaned they went to their foster home, where they are with other foster kittens who were also bottle babies. They are all super affectionate, focused on humans, purr to the touch or even when you just look at them, as is typical of bottle fed kittens. They energetically run and play all day long, with time off to sit on a lap and purr, or sleep in a kitten heap. They are very sweet to their sisters.
They are accustomed to adult cats and small dogs. They each need to be adopted with another kitten, hopefully a litter mate or foster sibling, or perhaps you have a young playful cat who needs a playmate.
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