In the middle of June, five beautiful kittens were seen running around in a coast side neighborhood backyard. The neighbor contacted rescue people to help these little ones escape the feral life. Although it took some time, these beautiful kittens were trapped and brought inside. Mom cat will soon be trapped and spayed. The person who trapped the kittens contacted CIW to see if we could help find the kittens their forever homes and we could. The kittens foster family decided that the kittens should have Roman names because they are so classically beautiful and handsome. Boys, Caius and Quintus and girls, Aquilina, Delia and Vibia are healthy, social kittens. They are current with their vaccinations, are spayed and neutered, are micro-chipped and have tested negative for feline leukemia and aids. The kittens foster Mom says that Quintus is a little love-bug. His rumbling purr ramps right up as soon as you walk through the door, and gets louder with every pet or ear scratch! Now they just need to find their forever families. Are one or two of these wonderful babies meant to be part of your family?
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