Meet Archie! This adorable 12-week-old fella came to us with his mother and sister. Mom was spayed and released to her home, and the kittens were sent to foster care to find their forever family. Archie is playful, active, and curious. He is the biggest cuddlebug and constantly makes muffins on whoever's lap he is in. Archie is vocal and cuddly - he loves chin and belly scratches! Although he is active and often playing with his toys and sister, Archie loves a good snuggle session and will curl up on the couch with you to lounge. At night, he sleeps right next to (or on top of) his foster mom in bed. Archie loves other cats, does well with kids, and would likely accept gentle dogs. Like any kitten his age, Archie is learning the ropes of house manners and will occasionally jump on counters or scratch at surfaces he shouldn't. He is easy to redirect and can be distracted by a fun toy or scratch post! We are looking for an adopter who will give the kittens a loving home together.
Archie and Edie's adoption fee of $150.00 (total) includes:
-Test for Feline Leukemia - FeLV/FIV (negative)
-Feline Leukemia vaccine
-Topical flea protection
If you are interested in adopting Edie and Archie, please go to our website (www.rosesrescue.net) to fill out an online adoption application. Click on our name "Roses Rescue" in blue above to be taken directly to our website.
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