Due to their positive feline leukemia virus, the kittens in this litter will need to be the only cats in the home, but they will fill any home with purrs, love, and laughter. Please consider giving one or more of these kittens the loving home that they deserve.
All of the kittens in this litter have tested positive for Feline Leukemia. Feline leukemia virus (FeLV) is a retrovirus belonging to the coronavirus subfamily, which means it is a cancer-causing virus. FeLV can cause severe anemia and suppress the immune system, leaving the cat vulnerable to a variety of opportunistic diseases. FeLV is not transmissible to humans.
Taro – Baby potato Taro will have you laughing, and missing many online work meetings as she sits in front of your screen, scratching to get inside while following the mouse and the person on the screen. She loves stealing and playing with tissues, and thoroughly enjoys tearing them up like the little house panther she is. She wakes up from naps with the squeakiest meow looking for you to pick her up and cuddle. Taro would love to go home with any of her siblings.
Turnip – A perfect tuxedo with a perfect white chin beard. Turnip adores being held, and cuddling with his siblings. He plays the big brother role and grooms his siblings until he finally dozes off. Turnip is a big boy with a big appetite for food, and love. His gazes into your eyes will melt right through your heart. Turnip would love to go home with any of his siblings but holds a closer bond with Yam.
Adoptions are now done by appointment only. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info and an appointment.