We’ll admit it cheerfully that kittens have been blessed with an unfair share of charm. They’re ridiculously cute, their antics make us laugh a dozen times a day, and if there’s anything more appealing then holding a purring kitten, we haven’t found it yet.
Our little ones have been fully vetted. As you’d expect, they love to play, and they race around like maniacs until they suddenly fall asleep. Nap time lasts just a short while, then play resumes. While adopting more than one kitten isn’t mandatory, it’s awfully nice for these young’uns to have someone their age to play with.
Blizzard and his brother Sundae are two lovely kittens that share a unique birth defect called pectus excavatum. This occurs when the breast bone points inward. Blizzard and Sundae are lucky enough to have very mild cases that currently do not warrant any medical intervention. They eat, play, and sleep just like any other kittens. They will need to be monitored as they grow to ensure that their birth defect does not impact their growth or breathing, but there is a good chance that they will simply be fine as-is!
Blizzard and Sundae are two happy-go-lucky brothers that are just missing the right family to cuddle with. Could that be with you? Fill out on online adoption application today!