Adopt 3 Wee Kittens Rescued in the Rain a Bombay / Mixed (short coat) cat in
These are the absolute Prettiest kittens ever!! They’re adorable and gentle and always up for cuddles- giving kind licks to their siblings and snuggling up to humans whenever they get the chance. anyone who meets them will fall instantly in love with the serenity and wisdom of their calm temperament and heart-melting orange-green eyes. Here is a little about each one: Livie- an incredibly cute, affectionate young kitten. This playful little lady loves being cradled, getting belly rubs, and nesting on your neck while you’re reading… or doing the dishes. Although she’s the smaller than her brothers, she can hold her own in a playful wrestle and has become the leader of the pack while retaining her sensitive, accommodating nature. She’s playful and energetic and loves new people- especially babies. She is so well socialized and loving that she helped an 11-month-old human overcome (her completely unfounded, but understandable) fear of kittens. Livie never uses her claws or teeth with humans and is amazingly tolerant of all types of petting, cuddling, and carrying. Charlie Parker, an iconic little jazzcat who’s revolutionary purring style is winning hearts and minds across Brooklyn. Charlie hides under chairs but loves it when you pull him out and give belly rubs. Charlie is nice with other cats, babies, and humans alike Chicken is a unique little guy- incredibly precious, confident, and silly. He loves riding around the house perched on your neck, being cradled, and getting his belly rubbed. He is famous for finding unlikely spots to curl up and get comfortable- from the bookshelf to the cactus plant. He has the adventurous spirit and thunderous purr of a cat beyond his weeks, and he is sure to crack you up and make you fall in love with him all at once. Chicken is open to discussing new names, as his current 1 was a nickname stemming from his charming initial smell of a tiny newborn chick. All 3 were found on a stormy night and would have drowned had a friend of BAA, a plumber who works at NYCHA housing hadn't found them. She picked them up, soaking wet, brought them in, dried them off and then asked us for help. They were only bottle babies at the time and needed to be hand fed. Thankfully 1 of our fosters helped us out and now these sweethearts are ready for their own homes. Each is very special! If you would like to meet these angels, please contact claire@brooklynanimalaction. org Thank you for thinking of a rescued angel. Every dime goes to saving the next homeless kitty.
October 22 on Adopt-a-Pet.com