Meet the “Peanut” Kittens, Linus (M), Lucy (F), Charlie (M) and Snoopy (M) born on the streets of Brooklyn approx. June 2022.
You heard of star athletes, well, Snoopy is our star-CAThlete! He loves to zoom from room to room, playfully wrestling his siblings and giving boops on the nose if you cuddle him close to your face. If he is sleeping it is always in a new hiding place he discovered, like next to a stuffed animal or (the most likely option) in the dog bed!
This family of four was rescued from a construction site in Brooklyn. They are gentle and relaxed with humans since they have grown up in our fosters home.
These gorgeous kittens are fully socialized to people and would be good in nearly any home. They are sweet, healthy, playful, and energetic. They are good with cats and currently live with a dog. They would likely be good with another dog with a slow introduction, or with kids who are gentle and know how to interact with cats.
They have tested negative for FIV/FELV and will be current with vaccines as their age allows. We will have them spayed/neutered at approximately 5 months old and its included in the adoption fee.
Double adoptions or homes with another cat will be given priority!
Please note, the adoption fee for a pair of kittens is $400 ($200 each).
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