Hyacinth and her brother Dandelion W772, were born in their foster home to a teenage mama cat, who was recently rescued from a hoarding situation. Foster mama had to handle the birth since the cat mama was unable to do so. Two other kittens were stillbirths and a third died a few days later. But Mama Sable rallied and took fantastic care of her 2 remaining babies!
Hyacinth is a little pistol, very brave in any situation. She is shy with strangers, though, since during the pandemic it wasn’t possible to have people over to help socialize. She can be sweet, and enjoys petting. She loves to play, play, play! She will need a playmate, so unless you have a young cat or kitten already who also needs a playmate, you’ll need to also adopt her brother or perhaps her mama Sable! Her brother Dandelion W772 is also up for adoption, and they would love to be adopted together!
If you are interested in learning more about this kitty or in adopting her, please click here to email her foster parent.If you are unable to send an email to the foster parent through the link included above, please contact us and let us know what kitty you're interested in. You may also fill out our adoption questionnaire to speed up the screening process. Be sure to name the cat in the CAT PREFERENCE field at the beginning of the questionnaire. If the above links aren't live, our contact form and questionnaire are available on our website at www.kittenrescue.org.For our fees and adoption policies and procedures, please click here.
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