Ember and Tinsel MUST be adopted as a pair, we will not adopt them out individually.
Ember--This girl...this girl is just something else. The first of multiple kittens trapped out of a feral colony, Ember proved to be super sweet and social from the get-go. Confident in her ability to win over any human, she has no problem quietly approaching someone to ask for all the love and pets they can dole out. She is smart, playful, sweet, snuggly, and active. Shed love to find a home with another young cat who will wrestle with her during the day and snuggle with her and the humans in the house at night.
Make sure your laps and energy are ready for this gorgeous feline because shes looking for both!
Tinsel-- Tinsel is an active girl who absolutely LOVES to climb and watch the world below from a high perch! She and her siblings were rescued out of a feral colony and, even though it did take her a couple of weeks to come around, she quickly learned that scheduled feedings and pets were part of a good life worth living! She is social, playful, and can be affectionate though she does things to be on her terms (cats...am I right?).
The adoption fee includes the spay/neuter surgery once the kitten is of age, microchip, and all age-appropriate shots.
If you are interested in adopting Ember, we ask that you complete the adoption interest form on our website - https://www.hsaconline.org/adopt.htm
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