Hydrangea is an extremely soft, medium hair kitten who, with her two sisters, came to us as bottle babies with two other littermates that did not survive. Although they had a rough start, they have grown into playful, healthy, and very loving little girls who get along well with each other. She likes to wrestle with her siblings but is afraid of doing so with older felines who play more roughly. She loves to snuggle and nap with her humans and her sisters, and all three will lick and kiss you until you make them stop. Hydrangea’s favorite toy is a plastic spring/coil, so you need a good supply on hand and be ready to fish them out from under your appliances, as well as find them in your shower and their water bowls. Because bottle-fed kittens tend to be so emotionally bonded to their humans, they do better with other pets to keep them company, so they don’t need constant attention from you. Any two of these three sisters would make a good pair, but Hydrangea seems to be both of her sisters’ best friend.
The Flowering Shrub kittens were pulled from Wake County Animal Shelter when they were only 2 weeks old and bottle-fed.
Fully vetted: tested for FeLV/FIV (negative unless otherwise noted); treated for intestinal parasites, fleas, and ear mites; FVRCP+FeLV vaccinated (initial vaccination and booster); and rabies vaccinated; spayed/neutered; microchipped with Home Again microchips with rescue paid registration.