Meet our little subatomic particles—Lepton, Boson, and Quark. These siblings, all males, were born or or about March 10th (2015), so they’re just babies. The best way to tell them apart (well, to be fair, it’s the ONLY way to tell them apart) is to look at their chests. Quark has a small white spot on his chest; otherwise, he’s all black. Boson is entirely black except for a large white patch on his chest, and Lepton is all black with no white on his chest. The boys are healthy as far as we can determine; they have not been neutered yet because they’ve been with us for less than a week as I write this, so it’s just a question of time until that happens.
You don’t often find kittens sweeter or friendlier than this trio, and of course at their age, it’s always playtime. While they do not need to be adopted together, it woud be nice for them to have another cat (or two) around their own age to play with, and they get along nicely. Come in to meet these boys. You can take home your very own subatomic particle(s); no supercollider required!