Peach has an orange tabby short smooth coat, white highlights on her chest, a ringed long tail, and an adorable kitten face with hopeful trusting eyes, a pink nose, and a splash of white on her muzzle/chin. She and her brothers/sister are everything you envision when you hear the word 'kitten' . They are cute as can be, entertaining, and palyful.
Peach was given vaccinations, wormer, and Revolution flea treatment on June 29, 2017. She weighed 264 lbs. on that date. Peach will be spayed in the near future and will then be available for adoption. We'd love to see her adopted with at least one of her siblings since kittens do much better in pairs (or trios) :)
These sweet kittens are currently in foster care. Please contact the HSOV at 740.373.5959 if you would like to meet them in person and we can arrange a meet-and-greet with their foster mother. They are also available for rescue.
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