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Acorn, Pecan, Mac & Walnut

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Domestic Shorthair


0-1 Year




Small (< 20 lbs.)

Can Live With

  • Cats
  • Children
  • Older Children (12+)
  • Unknown



Current on Vaccines


Specialized Care

  • None
  • Regular Veterinary Visits/Care


Englewood, OH


These 2 kittens (2 females) were hidden in our garage with their 2 brothers by a neighborhood stray mommy. We were able to capture and TNR mom and now are looking for these kitten's forever homes. They are sweet and playful and would likely fit in well to most indoor only home settings. The boys were adopted together. If anyone is willing to take the remaining pair of siblings, that would be amazing as they are all bonded, however taking both is not required.

Note: Mom and kittens (at 5 weeks) tested positive for FIV antibodies. Sharing the below disclosure.

Disclosure: Positive FIV tests in kittens under 6 months of age should not be interpreted as FIV infection. Kittens are rarely infected with FIV but may test positive because FIV antibodies can be passed to them from infected mothers through nursing. For a more accurate interpretation, kittens under 6 months of age who test positive for FIV should be retested when they are between 8 and 12 months of age, when maternal antibodies have declined.

Again, even a positive test does not mean they will not live a full, happy, healthy life. FIV positive cats typically live just as long as non FIV cats. Please educate yourself if you are not familiar with the facts on FIV or feel free to reach out with questions. If you are looking to adopt, these babies are sure to bring your household so much joy!

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