Status / Details
- BONDED PAIR
About Andy (and Annie)
Adopted by Nan O.
Here we have Annie and Andy, a brother and sister kitten pair. These two are the last of the young Siamese mom, Brittany’s kittens, siblings of Whitney and Houston. Annie has Brittany’s body type – she is short front to back which gives her a very cute little cobby body. Andy has the lankier, long body of his father. Both are variations on the theme of tabby and white. Andy is white mitted with a spotted tabby back, Annie is mostly white with discrete tabby patches including one centered on her raccoon tail. ( so cute ) Both have gold green eyes, pink noses and ear tufts growing on their ear tips. Their coats are thick and soft with compact, dense fur.
Annie and Andy are both playful, confident kittens. Annie is just plain cute. Full of mischief she often takes the lead. Andy is ever so slightly shier but of the four kittens he is the most outrageously loving, so close and cuddly. Both are comedians in their own particular ways. These two are very goodnatured, highly socialized kittens. They would be good family cats and probably great companions for gentle, respectful children. I don’t know how they are with dogs though they would probably be fine with friendly dogs after a proper introduction.
These are healthy, well behaved, easy care kitties. Any family would be lucky to have their entertaining companionship and loving, cuddly natures.
Annie and Andy eat wet and dry food and are litterbox perfect.
Andy is neutered, vaccinated, FELV tested, dewormed, and microchipped.
He is fostered by Harriet in Santa Cruz.
Purebreds Plus Cat Rescue is dedicated to matching exceptional cats with qualified adopters who will cherish their pet and create an ideal forever home.
If you believe you are the perfect adopter for Andy (and Annie) please tell us why in the comments section of our Adoption Application, and contact Harriet at firstname.lastname@example.org If you are unable to reach Harriet please email us at email@example.com.
NOTE: We prefer families with children bring them to the adoption appointment. Why? This allows interaction between the children and the cat. This helps ensure they will be a good fit for each other. A mismatch between a child and a cat is not in anyone’s best interests!