I'm being cared for by: Animal Rescue League of NH
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Robert
Breed: Domestic Shorthair/Domestic Shorthair Mix
Color: Orange Or Red
I am already neutered.
Sweet...not too hectic...patient...affectionate...does this describe you? Then read on! We might be just the kittens for you! I'm Robert and that's my sister Leslie, and we are two little orange kittens, about 10 weeks old, and we were found together. We look like we're related, but who knows? We are looking for a quieter, home (adults and older, understanding kids only). I'm the more outgoing of the two, so I'll tell you more about us. I am a quiet boy, but very very sweet. "A total sweetheart" is what they say about me!! I absolutely love belly rubs and snuggles and will cry until you sit down and give me attention. My foster mom says she has to watch where she steps because I am always right by her feet, looking for love! I am not always the most playful -- I am definitely more of a hang-out-on-the-couch-while-you-watch-a-movie kind of guy. I have to admit, I get a little nervous -- big scary noises are big and scary, after all! But as soon as I know I'm safe, I'm back in the game, getting underfoot and looking for love. My sister Leslie is much more nervous of people than me, but everyone noticed right away that when I'm around, she's becomes more outgoing. That's why we really need to stick together for life -- I definitely give her confidence! Leslie's biggest challenge is that she still doesn't much like it when people pick her up -- she doesn't mind a bit when people are around her and doing things, but gets really panicky when people reach to pick her up. Out foster mom says it's really important our forever home understands this and keeps helping her get used to this. I've noticed that once people pick her up, she tends to settle down, and wrapping her in a little blanket helps comfort her. She is trying to be more brave, but I bet she will always be pretty independent. I know I've told you a lot about us -- we would love to learn more about you! We are still in a foster home - I am practicing being underfoot and Leslie is learning to be more brave with people - but we would definitely love to meet you. To set up a time to meet us, email our foster mom at email@example.com !
The Animal Rescue League of NH is a community resource dedicated to saving the lives of homeless pets, caring for companion animals afflicted by neglect, abandonment and cruelty and enhancing the relationship between people and pets through adoption, education, compassion and the promotion of animal welfare.
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The Animal Rescue League of NH is located at 545 Rt. 101 in Bedford NH. We welcome you to visit our shelter during any of our shelter hours. Our hours are Tuesdays and Thursdays 1:00pm - 7:00pm, Saturday, and Sunday 12:00pm - 5:00pm. Adoptions end a half hour prior to close each day.
Our Adoption Process...
Our adoption requirements are as follows:
Adopters must be at least 21 years of age
We encourage that all members of the family come and visit with the animal (especially children).
Homes that currently own one or more dogs and are looking for another will have to complete a dog meeting to ascertian compatibility.
Adoption fees are as follows:
Cats: Kittens: $125 Cats up to 7 yr: $70-90 Senior cats 7-10 yr: $70 Elder Cats 10 yr +: $40
Dogs: Puppies: $250 Dogs up to 7 yr: $125-225 Senior Dogs 7-10 yr: $100 Elder Dogs 10 yr +: $70
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