Attention, fans of orange felines! Here’s a litter you should know about. Born on or about mid-June (2015), these are cats with serious visual appeal. Tara is an orange tabby (right now, her eyes are a beautiful blue, but we don’t know if they’ll stay that way). She’s a sweet girl who loves to play, and she’s very good with people. Brother Piney is mostly orange tabby, with white on the lower part of his face. He, too, loves to play, but he’s a little more shy with people than is Tara. Fred, an orange tabby male, is somewhat timid around people at this point, though he’s not at all aggressive.
None of this litter has been spayed or neutered yet, as all are still too small, but we’ll attend to that when they’re big enough. None of these kittens have any medical issues that we can determine. Fred has an oddly-shaped sternum, but that should not result in any medical consequences. These kittens do not need to be adopted together, but it would be nice for them to have someone of their own age with whom they can play.
This trio is safely in our care. All they need now are "forever" homes. If you love orange cats as much as we do, come in to see these babies.