I am up to date with shots, good with dogs, and good with cats.
From Sammy's foster: Sammy was born around 7/12/12. He is pure white with one little gray spot on his head. He was found alone, caught on a fence. He looks like a little white angel, and is as sweet as can be. His fur is very soft, like a rabbit or angora. He is currently in a foster care with another kitten, named Sylvester, who is also up for adoption. In the house are aother adult cats, a Pomeranian dog, a Macaw, and a Sugar Glider.
He does not bother any of the other animals. He is quiet, likes to be very gentle when playing and when cuddling. He is not your usual overly hyper kitten. He is very shy with strangers and does need patience in getting to know someone new. He doesn't easily give away his trust as he most presumably had a very hard life as just a tiny, lost or abandoned baby. However, when he does get to know you, he will be a complete love bug. I feel Sam is thankful, for being saved. Each day he rewards me with so much love. He will never take someone for granted that shows him kindness.
All kittens are adopted in pairs unless you already have a cat or doggie at home.