Sunday, July 5, 2015

A Bunch of Orange Kittens

Are you ready for an overload of orange kittens?

Recently there have been several litters of kittens born at the Humane Society of Noble County. Rather than posting each kitten individually, I decided it would be easier to make some general comments about all of the kitten, and then post individual pictures.
All of these kittens are roughly 2-3 months old. They have all had shots and been wormed. Some have not had flea prevention yet, but before they leave the shelter they will have flea prevention, FIV testing, and they will receive a microchip. And you get all this for the fantastic price of only $35!
All of these kittens are outrageously cute! They are goofy and silly in ways that only a kitten can be. They love to play - with each other, with toys, and with people. They are affectionate and crave human attention.
This is Davis, a male orange tabby with white feet, neck, and belly.

Davis enjoys playing with toys on top of the cat tower.

Here is a blurry close-up of Davis.


This is Mason, an orange and tan male tabby with a white chest and 4 white feet with tan spots. Here he is playing with a piece of hair that he found on the floor.

A close-up of Mason.

Mason would never look directly at the camera!

Meet Tropicana. She is an orange female with white back legs and from paws.

Tropicana is just as sweet as she looks!

This boy is Zinger, an orange male tabby with dark orange stripes.

Here Zinger is inspecting the drain in the floor.

Zinger was upside down just waiting to have his picture taken!

This is Charlie, an orange male with mitten paws, which means he has an extra toe on each paw, which you can't really see from this picture.

This picture is a little blurry, but you can see what a handsome boy Charlie is!

And finally, this is Colton. He is a buff-colored male.

Colton was looking at a piece of food on the floor, which he played with, rather than eating it!

Please consider giving one of these kittens, or one of the other cats at the shelter, a forever home.  Come visit them at the Humane Society of Noble Country and choose one to take home!

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