We are four little kittens that were born when our mom was rescued.
Two of us are black with a little white on us. The other two of us are orange tiger.
We are potty trained.
Can we come to your house and play with you and give you love?
Love Siamese Cats? Then you’ll love this siamese kitten. 3 Month Old Siamese Kitten for adoption.
Siamese colored kitten, roughly 3 mos old, born in the middle of June.
Female, not neutered, no shots, treated for fleas and worms, not declawed.
Very friendly, and curious, likes to be hand-held, a little shy with unknown people.
Healthy, no special food preferences, playful, could be indoor and outdoor – currently she is residing both (outdoor and indoor), active in the morning and evening, but sleeps at night.
Likes to sleep on the bed with people.
Pictures available upon request. There is a $ 25.00 adoption fee.
I have a beautiful four month old female Bengal Kitten. She is very playful and friendly, and lovable once she gets to know you. I am selling her for $175.00.
If interested please call me at (323)798-6766 cell, or at (661)946-6837 home.
Also, I don’t ship to other states.
I am located by Los Angeles,Lancaster, CA.
Thank you, Dahlia.
The Ragdoll cat is a semi-longhaired cat breed with blue eyes and a distinct colorpoint coat.
Ragdoll cats are large and have a soft and silky fur coat.
They were developed by American breeder Ann Baker, and are best known for their docile and placid temperament and affectionate nature.
Why are they called Ragdolls?
The first ragdoll cats were named so after they would go limp whenever lifted up.
Ragdoll Cats Temperament and Characteristics
The Ragdoll Cat is one of the largest domesticated cat breeds with a sturdy body, large frame and proportionate legs.
A fully-grown female
Three little kittens can thank their lucky stars for being spotted and saved by vigilant bin men, seconds before being crushed to death in the back of a refuse (garbage) truck.
The eight-week old black and white kittens were found stuffed into a shoe box in a garbage bag, last Friday by refuse workers in Montague Road, West Hendon, while they were on their rounds collecting garbages.
They had been about to chuck the garbage bag along with other rubbish into the powerful crusher at the back of their truck when one of them suddenly caught sight of the kittens (or perhaps heard a little meow from inside one of the plastic bags).
Upon finding the kittens, they spoke to a local resident who agreed to rehome two of the cats and took the last of the trio to The Mayhew Animal Home in Kensal Rise, where staff have named him Bin because of his ordeal.
Mayhew CEO, Caroline Yates, said: “It is hard to comprehend that anyone would leave three vulnerable kittens trapped in a shoebox left for a fate of certain death.”
“There is no excuse for dumping any animals in such a cruel and heartless manner when there are many charities and organisations in London to approach for help.” A spokesman said.
“Luckily they were found in time and a compassionate member of the public brought one of them to The Mayhew to find a safe new home.”
What do you think about this? Would YOU do the same thing to your kittens if you couldn’t find a home for them and wanted to get rid of them? Could it be that the person who threw them out was somehow hoping that they would be found by someone kind and rescued? Or do you think that they were simply cold hearted and mean?
Thanks for reading and I hope none of you will do the same to your kitties!
A 35 year old woman in Pennsylvania was just sentenced to house arrest for six months after having pierced her three young kittens on their necks, ears and docking their tails. As well as tying a ring around one of the kitten’s tails used to prevent blood flow, causing the tail to fall off in time.
Strangely enough, even though Crawford (as is the woman’s name) pierced her kittens with fourteen gauge needles (the size normally used to inject cattle) she claims not to have wanted to hurt them but only to have tried to “beautify” them.
She marketed them on the internet as “Gothic Kittens” and gained a lot of fame especially on her website gothickittens.net were she put up pictures of the kittens and later used it to raise money to support her appeal in court.
Her defence lawyers argue that