Cricket and Midge


cricket_September 20 2017 (2)psMidge and Cricket are growing into marvelous older kittens.midge_September 20 2017 (1)ps

They are sweet as can be, curious but not crazy, they are great with other cats, and dogs and big birds (as in, knowing when to move out of the macaws way).
They will go right up to dogs so it’s important that the dogs they meet are ok with cats or these two may get hurt.

They are like rag dolls when you pick them up and their fur is luxurious!

These are great kittens and will be a fine pair for some lucky home.

Here is a video:


midge_july_20_21_2017 (5)ps    Midge and Cricketcricket_july_20_21_2017ps
Ready to be adopted now

Females, Domestic Long Hair, Black
DOB:  April 20, 2017
Weights: 2.50# and 2.40# on 7/27/17
Super sweet kittens, great temperaments

This sibling pair is about as darling as you can find!  They love scampering through the house but tend to be just a tad on the cautious side when meeting up with new adventures.

The have been really good with other kittens.
cricket_july_20_21_2017_5psThey have met Trixie and Alex the chichi’s as well as the family dog and have been fine, though a bit wary.
They would do best with quieter, easy moving dogs.  If the dog in the house is active and has a lot to say, then it may take the kittens longer to adjust and they will need an area to be away from the dog.
They have great respect for the macaw and leave the birds alone.

These two kittens will require regular brushing.  They would do best either together or with another cat or kitten that will help with never-ending grooming!  For those who have not had a long haired kitty, well, sometimes care needs to be taken with their fluffy butts so poo doesn’t get stuck in all that hair.

Midge and Cricket are available for adoption.  If you are interested, please fill out an application and email it to us as an midge_july_20_21_2017psattachment. .  Click here for adoption application.

Medical: She is spayed, and up to date on shots.
She has been tested for Feline Leukemia and has Revolution put on her once a month.
Adoption fee: $100 per kitten, $180 for the pair
DECLAWING: PetsConnect! has moved to a no-declaw policy.  Adopters agree not to declaw the midge_july_20_21_2017 (3)psfeline they adopt through PetsConnect!.  We support the use of non-surgical interventions such as training, nail trimming, and plastic nail caps (Soft Claws or similar).  Prior to adoption, the adopter may opt to purchase nail caps and PetsConnect! volunteers will apply them for a small additional fee.  Feel free to request a free nail trimming demonstration at time of adoption, as well.  Because our cats live in foster homes, they have an excellent head start in learning how to scratch on acceptable items such as scratch posts and cat furniture, and in becoming acclimated to nail trimming.

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