This is Ira, Jr., a little black female. Like E.T. from my previous post, her body needs to grow to catch up with her head!
Look at her long whiskers!
Ira, Jr. is intrigued by the striped mouse. All of the kittens seem to love this toy!
Meet Kaitlyn, a gray female with a white chest and feet, a white stripe on her nose, and a white dot on her back. She looks a lot like Ally, from the post before this.
In this picture, you can see the white spot on Kaitlyn's back.
She is curious about the striped mouse too!
Isn't Kaitlyn a pretty girl??
This is Moo, a black and white male with a white belly and a white "lightning" mark on his back. In this picture, he was in the process of slipping down behind the cat tower and was trying to pull himself back up, so he looks blurry!
Here is Moo, checking out the striped mouse.
In this picture, you can sort of see the "lightning" mark. When he see it head on, it looks a lot more like a lightning bolt.
Come visit all of the fantastic animals at the Humane Society of Noble County and choose one (or two, or three . . .) to make part of your family!