Blaze and Peanut were born under a Good Samaritan's front porch about mid April with 2 other siblings. They are looking for a home together. Blaze is the alpha male brother who let all three sisters gang up on him during attack play time. He has the softest coat and his white whiskers are so adorable. He loves jumping up on everything and loves playing with the rope scratching post with puff ball on top. He attacks that puff ball with a passion. He will sit at your feet and meow when he wants to be picked up and cuddled. If you hold him on his back and scratch the back of his neck he will play dead and has leaned head back far enough that he will fall out of your hands if you are not ready for it. He will play dead for scratches for up to 5 minutes so far. Peanut is the sweetest girl with a very soft coat as well. She prefers babies and kids to adults for cuddles. She loves babies to pick her up and when they stop she will climb into their hands. She is a purr machine when she is in the mood. She love to climb to the top of the rope scratch post and sit on top of puff ball to prevent her brother from getting it. She has really good balance up there too. This brother and sister pair are the softest kittens and love to be held and cuddled together. They both love to get kisses on their noses. 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.
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