Meet the LUCKY FOUR kittens at our next mobile adoption event. Sunday July 27th, 12-14 PM. At GEORGE STORE. 1824 Fourth Street near Delaware in Berkeley. In the parking lot area behind Sur la Table, store.
Sadly, these kittens have tested positive for FIV. Not so lucky after all... A test result under 6 months of age is not 100% guaranteed, but we are proceeding as if it is. FIV is not contagious to non-felines, and is only spread amongst felines by sex (will not happen since they are altered), or deep puncture wounds. FIV+ felines must be indoors only kitties, but can live long lives. These wonderful, sweet kittens do deserve a loving home. Please consider adopting a pair of these four!!
The Lucky Four - Gulliver, Carrot Top, Danika and Creamsicle - Lucky to get out of a shelter with no accommodations for kittens.
Foster Mom notes: We've been fostering for 9 years and this litter of 4 lucky kittens has everything we look for -- affectionate and playful, with prolific purr, excellent eye contact and impeccable litter box manners. Not easy to find such adorable kittens who have it all. When I sit in my recliner, they rush to nestle onto my lap, chest and legs to snuggle -- it's kitten heaven! They come running to greet us with nonstop purrs and little meow greetings, want to be picked up and cuddled, but are also happy playing with toys and each other.
***MILO'S desire is to adopt out our kittens in pairs, or to a home with another compatible cat. Kittens do much better with feline companionship, are usually not more work, have a happier time, and people need not feel guilty about too much time alone! We will make adoption decisions on a case by case basis, taking into consideration the personality of the kittens, and whether they are bonded to a sibling, or seem to prefer to be a solo feline (rare). For young, newly available kittens, we will give preference to those willing to adopt in pairs. For older teenager kittens, we are more open to compromise, as long as the home setup is conducive. Our goal is always the longterm happiness of the animal, and the best fit in a home. Young kittens are not usually a good match for an elderly resident cat.***
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