My Adopted Kitties

Friday, September 18, 2009


Abby and Gibbs

My sister, Reese, and Ducky (see? they're all kid-trained, lol)

Leto, who should be fixed at the October clinic

Leto's brother, Jared

Gibbs, who is now available for adoption

Ducky, who will be fixed at the October clinic (she just in the last week pulled over 2 lbs)

Gibbs and his "littermate" Ducky

Gibbs, Abby, and Shannon got fixed at the clinic Saturday, so they are all available for adoption now. Shannon's available, but I'm hoping to keep her around a while longer so the boys (Jared and Leto) can learn more from her. Not that that should be a problem, seeing as she's about 2 years old, and it usually takes longer for adults to be adopted.

Abby is very laid-back and playful. You can do almost anything to this kitten, and she could care less. Very kid-friendly. She's a black and black-on-black tabby. She loves to snuggle and be loved, and she loves to give kisses (which sometimes become baths) on her own terms. She loves to play.

Gibbs is Abby's brother. He's a real cutie with a precious face, gray and white (with half a moustache and a goatee). Playful and pretty calm, he likes to sleep on people or in a kitty pile with his littermates. He's a very chill cat, just not as much as his sister, and good with kids. Very tolerating. Like any kitten, he loves to play.

Molly is about 6 months old. She's black and white, and still very much a kitten. She loves to play, and she's good with kids, having been lugged around by my 4 year old sister since she was about 6 weeks old. She likes to play, and she loves attention, and she will insist upon it. Once she gets used to other cats, she seems to be very lovey to those smaller than her after a while.

Shannon is about 2 years old, with an unknown history. She's a gray tabby. She'd do best, I believe, in a home with either no small children or a home where she'd be able to stay away from the child(ren). She has, thus far, been a one-person cat, attaching to myself, and tolerating everyone else with varying degrees of affection. She's shy, and skittish with other cats, but that could be because of her boys, Jared and Leto. She loves to be petted, talk, and purr. She's very social once she gets to trust you.

Those are my "adoptables" for now.

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