If you want kittens you can snuggle on day one, pick Nutmeg (f) and Cardamon (m). These spicy siblings were the first of their litter to learn that humans are great for getting pets, to play with, and to sleep on.
Cardamon is very chill and happy! He doesn’t mind being handled and touched all the time (with care of course!) He often stretches out and has no worries in the world. He’s all black except a tiny white patch on his chest, so he looks like he’s got a tiny tuxedo on. Cardi is also very observant, always scanning the room for the next fun thing to do or human to follow around.
Nutmeg (aka Meg), will look up at you and let out a tiny meow to let you know she wants to be picked up! Her favorite place is right under your chin. She’s also always up for rough and tumble wrestling with her brothers, especially Cardamon. You can even boop her snoot and she won’t mind a bit! She’s got solid gray fur, fluffy like baby chicks have.
Behaviorally and socially, it’s best to adopt kittens in pairs, or into a home with a compatible playful cat. Kittens really need a feline playmate in their forever home…and then they can get to play, and snuggle while you're not home, wrestle with each other instead of with your ankles, and grow up with an always-available companion. Bored cats can become destructive cats. If you are only interested in adopting a single kitten, and you’re home most of the day, and able to spend interactive time with a kitten, we may consider adopting out a single kitten. We usually prefer that they be 4 months or older. But each application will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis. Some of our kitten litters MAY be able to mixed ‘n matched to make a pair. Each foster home knows the kittens' personalities best, and we follow their recommendations for single placements or mix/matching.
Cardamon's date of birth is 7/30/20, and his adoption fee of $170 includes: vet exam, Feleuk/FIV test (negative), FVRCP (distemper combo) vaccination, routine deworming, flea/tick preventative, microchip and neuter.