We rescued 5 sick barn kitties, from 2 different litters (11-12 weeks and 7-8 weeks). We had intended to take them to a no-kill shelter but all the ones we contacted were full so we decided to care for and re-home them. We absolutely cannot keep any of them. We already have 2 inside dogs, 2 inside cats, and 3 strays we feed when they come around.
The oldest is a white and tan male we call Sir Cuddles. He needs a home with a companion animal (dog or cat will work... he likes everyone), and an owner who has time to spend at least an hour with him every day... or a household where at least one member of the household will be home at all times.
There are two tabby male kittens (Squeaky and Mr. L:). The only difference is that one has white on back legs that goes above the knees and the other one's white stops before the back knee. They are likely to have longer hair and will probably need someone who is willing to brush them 5-10 minutes a day. It's hard to say for sure with them being so young but I'd rather someone be ready to make that commitment and not have to do it than have someone not willing to do it.
We also have one black male (Larry), and one black and white female (Tiny). Tiny is a climber and she will entertain herself just fine if you have something for her to climb. Larry is very shy and needs lots of little cubbyholes and safe places to hide until he warms up to you. His favorite places are under end tables and inside empty pop boxes. Larry is very dependent on Tiny so we are requesting that they go home together.
Because they were so ill they won't be going to a new home until they receive a clean bill of health and their first vaccinations. We will give you copies of their vet records as well as have our vet send them directly to your vet. Will be asking for a re-homing fee to help with vet the fees (we aren't sure how much it may cost to get them healthy and the asking fee will reflect the total vet bill which we would be more than happy to show you). We will also have a few questions to ensure they are going to a good home. It will be at least 3 more weeks before they could go home with you but we would like to have homes lined up for them when they are ready to go. Please only respond if you intend to provide them a safe and loving home for their entire lives.
They are litter trained and have started eating dry food.
We have been socializing them with adult dogs, a variety of people, adult cats, and when they are parasite free we will socialize them with children.
If you would like to see pictures, know more about their personalities, or have any other questions please respond to this ad.
Please put the name or names of the kitten(s) you are inquiring about as the title of your message. I've been getting far too much spam and won't be reading anything that doesn't directly relate to them. Messages containing only links or any attachments will also be automatically deleted.