Sisters Flora and Merryweather arrived in foster care at about four weeks old. They, along with their sister Fauna, were tiny for their age and had no mother. After arriving in their foster home they got the best care, but Fauna was unable to rebound from her rough start and died. Flora and Merryweather, after a lot of effort, eventually turned around and began to catch up with average kittens of their age. Though still on the small side, these babies are now healthy, very fast and playful. They love to wrestle, chase, and run! Both girls were also bottle fed and, like most “bottle babies,” are extremely affectionate and people-oriented. Flora, in particular, loves to be held and talked to. She is quick to purr loudly when cuddled. Merryweather is a bit less patient with being held since there is so much still to explore in the world! These girls have been through so much together that they absolutely must be adopted as a pair. They are healthy, happy, sweet kitties and looking for a family with no small children. They do well with other cats (especially cats who don’t mind their tails being used as kitten toys) and have not been exposed to dogs. These precious kittens will be ready for a forever home at the end of June, but applications are being accepted now for their adoption.
Please note that it is Fancy Cats policy that kittens be adopted in pairs or have an age-appropriate playmate in the home already. We also do not adopt kittens to families with children under six years old without seeing appropriate history/experience with cats.
If you are interested in adopting, please fill out an application and a representative will get back to you shortly to answer any questions you may have. The application can be found at this link (copy-paste into a new window): http://tinyurl.com/fcrtadopt.
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