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About 3 Polydactal Kittens-ADOPTED!!

  • Status: Available for Adoption (adoption info)
  • Species: Cat
  • Current Age: 2 Months 9 Days (best estimate)
  • Housetrained: Yes

These 5 kittens were orphaned and taken in locally to be raised until theyr wree old enough to be adopted.  All are polydactal, which means they have extra toes.  Polydactal cats are traditionally thought to be lucky!! 

Hi Laurie,

I have 2 girls and 3 boys. 

All of them have extra toes on either the front or back or both.  I knew they were special!

I've attached a picture of each along with 2 cute other shots.

Here's the names and info:

(ADOPTED!) Smudge:  Female Torti.  5 toes in front (big dewclaw looks like a thumb), 5 each on back feet.

(Adopted) Angie:  Female Tabby (tan & black with tortie spots on her back).  5 toes in front (big dewclaw looks like a thumb), 5 each on back feet.  Light orange face. 

(Adopted) Spitfire:    Male.  All black.   6 toes on right front, 5 toes on left front (both look like boxing gloves) and 5 toes each on back feet.

 Ike:    Male.  All black.   5 toes in front,4 each on back feet. 

Tommy:    Male Tabby (tan & black)  5 toes in front,4 each on back feet. 

They're all doing well and getting lots of attention and play.  They're eating canned kitten food, starting to turn their nose up on the little KMR I'm offering them.  Not crazy about water yet but started drinking some more today.

 

> My boyfriend lives in Nottingham and came home the other night to
> find 5 young kittens under his porch. What gave them away was the
> amount of noise they were making. He gave them some water & tuna,
> they were able to eat but appear to be young enough to still have
> been nursing on Mommy. She has not turned up in a few days and we don\'t know if she got
> hit or what happened to her.
>
> At any rate, I took them home They\'re lapping KMR out of saucers
> and eating canned kitten food. They\'re liking the food more than
> the milk now. And they use the litter box. I take them out a few
> times a day in my yard for their feedings and play time. I keep in
> in a XL dog crate in my basement with their litter box the rest of
> the time. I am socializing them with my dog (he\'s scared to death
> of them, they\'re very interested in him), and I\'m sure to give
> them all hands on attention.

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Currently we do not know if 3 Polydactal Kittens-ADOPTED!! will be able to attend the event, Meet & Greet- Petsmart on Sunday, October 17th, 2010.
Currently we do not know if 3 Polydactal Kittens-ADOPTED!! will be able to attend the event, Meet & Greet- NGT Grower's Market on Saturday, October 23rd, 2010.




 

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