47754, 47755 – Lennon & Hendrix

Why choose me?

Update 10/11/17 – Wow! You wouldn’t believe the difference a few days makes. These kittens are totally at home at the shelter environment and are now eager to meet visitors. There’s no trace of shyness anymore, and they are so affecionate. They love to be held and will purr up a storm, so don’t miss out on these cuties!

These handsome boys came in as nursing kittens along with their mom and three other siblings. Unfortunately, they were all quite tiny and became sick shortly after their arrival. Sadly, one of their litter did not make it despite the best efforts of shelter staff to save them all. As you can imagine, it’s been a bit of a long road to get them to the point where they could be adopted, but they are finally here! Their other siblings are still in the back with their mom as they need to put on a little more weight before they can be separated and adopted, but we didn’t want to delay the chances for these guys (the two largest kittens of the litter) to get adopted.

You’ll notice that both of these guys are a bit shy. They were just moved up the day I stopped by to photograph them so it’s a lot to take in when you’re suddenly all by yourself in a new place. But they do seem to be doing well in our kitten room, and they definitely enjoy being petted and held. They’re just still a bit uncertain about this big new world that they’re starting to discover.

You’ll also notice that their coloring is kind of unique. We have a lot of black cats at the shelter right now, but these two are a bit different from all of the rest. Their coats almost seem like a dark grey in places and they’re much brighter in color than some of our darker cats like Domino, Poppy, and Dre. We can’t wait to see what they look like when they grow up; we’d just prefer to have their adoptive family send us a photo rather than witnessing it first hand! So why don’t you come down and adopt one or both of these little cuties and report back to us in a couple months? 😉