I’m afraid these pictures are a bit dull – I really need to get a new camera!!! But the kittens depicted are far from dull – check em out!
These guys were rescued from a hoarder in the UK. I’m afraid they can’t speak Irish But they communicate beautifully and are the softest most beautimous young adults you could ask for, with very unusual caramel colouring.
They had flu when they came to me and have just had their first vaccination after recovering. Three of them still have slightly weepy eyes. That may clear up with time or they may have recurring problems that need treatment – so they need an understanding and sympathetic home. They’ll make it worth it, I can tell you!
Fanora (bottom left in collage) is a long-haired, pure caramel female. Bray (top right) is a caramel and white male, just under a year old. Barley (top left) is a short-haired, pure caramel female, around 2 years. And Quilty is a caramel and white female, just under 1 year old. She had to have her eye removed because of damage to it, but her sight is fine and she’s none the worse for it. All are neutered. All are lovely, affectionate, playful felines.
They’d like to be homed in pairs or to a house that already has felines. They seem to be okay with dogs. They’ve always lived indoors till now, but I’m sure they’d like to experience the outdoors.
Do get in touch with me if you’d like to give a home to one of these beautimous felines!