Shorthair, dilute calico
Simply BEAUTIFUL, much nicer than these photos show! Friendly, curious and eager to find her own home!
Please don't call if you can't handle active cats!
The Little Women Litter was named after the mother and sisters of the famous book and numerous movies. As most of the sisters were close to each other, as well as to their mom, it seemed like a fun take on the old classic.
In this case, a local cat had kittens on the front porch of a Ramona resident. The homeowner watched the momma and her babies daily, made sure the mother had food, but was not able to bring them inside. Sadly, after about 2 weeks, the mother cat vanished--neighbors believe she was killed by a car. The sweet homeowner, along with some of the neighbors, continued to care for the kittens. They were kept in a wire crate and given plenty of attention. As they got bigger, however, we were asked to take them in and find homes.
These girls would be great for someone with a busy lifestyle, as long as they make time for their new pets and companions. They would do well in a busy family, as they are sure to keep everyone entertained with their antics! They would do equally well in a home with seniors, as long as the seniors are active and are happy with the activity from these girls. Cat-friendly dogs and other cats are ok, although they will probably prefer each other's company over another cat, at least initially.
Amy has an almost Abyssinian look to her dilute calico coat--she is very unique!
Meg, Jo & Marmee have been adopted!
Eating wet and dry food and never miss the litter box. First and second vaccinations, dewormed and spayed. Indoor homes only--NO exceptions!