Clue: She's not green! but instead is a floofy buff-orange tabby who loves to play and is a joy to snuggle! Can be easy going with people, once she gets to know you (and if she’s in the mood), as well as other cats and small kids. But, true to her name, she can get a little jealous/sassy when she can’t have what she wants. She wants to play and love on her own terms. But once you have her trust, you will just love petting this beauty all over your house. She has a lovely loud purr and super soft fluff. As an active kitten, she loves to chase for clues and crooks under the couch in the Lounge and behind the plants in the Conservatory. She is so fun to watch and play with!
She's also really fond of kittens to play with. She would not do well as an only kitten. If she could speak, I’m sure she’d vote to bring Professor Plum along wherever she goes. Plum is the most easy-going female kitten in the bunch. They make a great yin/yang match personality wise.
Answer: Mrs. Green!
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. Many of our kitten litters may also be able to be mixed ‘n matched to make a pair if they are not particularly bonded with a sibling. Each foster home knows the kittens' personalities best, and we follow their recommendations for single placements or mix/matching.
Mrs. Green's estimated date of birth is 9/3/20, and her adoption fee of $185 includes: vet exam, FVRCP (distemper combo) vaccination, routine deworming, flea/tick preventative, microchip and spay. She is Feleuk/FIV negative (Mom tested).