Domestic Short Hair
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Hoarder House Kittens There have been a number of moms and kittens taken in from rural Missouri where a well-intentioned home/farm owner just got in over their heads but were smart enough to ask for help!  A mom and kittens came in a couple months ago and the kittens are finally ready for adoption!  One extra was thrown in by the group doing the collecting but in the kitten’s opinion this mama is her mama!  The tuxedo is the odd girl out and they only shy one in the bunch.  She was the only kitten frightened coming into foster care and needed extra attention to win her over.  Lots of brushing and scratching and talking sweet, but still shy and cautious.  The rest are pretty friendly once adjusted to a new environment and older kids should be just fine, there is no known exposure to dogs!  There are two boys and three girls remaining in this litter and all are altered, up to date on shots, micro chipped, negative for FIV and FeLV, and have been treated and tested for parasites.  Mom is Ingrida and will be ready in about a week , the kittens are Khono a male buff tabby with slight CH, a bit of a wobble in his back end.  For some reason the CH kittens are just so affectionate and loving, they actually think they are your child.  Khono is super friendly and affectionate and would be great with a family!  And Keya is the shy tuxedo female and is Heartland #12625CL.      


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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