Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Can we come live with you?

It's official - it's adoption time! My three remaining kittens are ready to go to forever homes.

Kittens have been spay/neutered, tested negative for feline leukemia, and have had three rounds of dewormer and their first round of distemper vaccine.

Kittens are ten weeks old, currently on Science Diet Kitten dry food, and are fully litter box trained.

Kittens will need to see your vet within one week of adoption for vaccinations and general check up. Current medical records will be provided to you.

Adoption fee is a minimum $25 donation made payable to Carol's Ferals - the organization who provided me with food, low-cost services, and resources to raise these kittens.

If you, or someone you know, is interested in adopting one of them please e-mail me at

MAGNUS (male short hair black/brown tabby)

Magnus is the leader of the litter! He has always been the biggest and strongest. Magnus is highly energetic and loves to run, play, chase, and wrestle (with anything - other kittens, his bed, toys, food dish - you get the picture!) He has a lot of charisma and spunk, but loves to cuddle when he's all tired out from playing.

NAPOLEON (male short hair grey/white patches)

Napoleon is a little lover. He has the loudest purr of the bunch and loves being picked up and held. He loves toys as much as any kitten - and is a super fast runner! He enjoys a good head scratch and belly rub and will be the first to greet you when you enter the room.

TABITHA (female short hair grey tabby)

Tabitha is the only female of the litter and is quite the little princess. She's a beautiful tabby with a sweet face and although she too loves to run and chase, I would consider her the quietest of the bunch (is there really such a thing for a kitten?!) She loves to curl up in your lap and is very tolerant of her brothers!


  1. adorable....i can vouch for that!!!

  2. aww I wish I was closer... and didn't have 2 cats and a dog already, they are so cute!

  3. Soooo cute.

    Hopefully you can adopt them in pairs. They'll adjust better with a friend!