Nicco is the last surviving kitten of the four Butterscotch had. On discovering Butterscotch seemed to be killing her own kittens, we put Nicco with Beep Beep and Butterscotch went back outdoors. Beep Beep immediately treated Nicco like one of her own, and the other kittens easily accepted their new sibling!
Features include: adorably raspy little voice that she will use to sing to you. Big alien eyes. Slightly standoffish personality compared to her siblings but when cuddling is desired it WILL be enforced by this tiny purring pastry.
Like all her siblings, Nicco is well-socialised, friendly, and gets along well with other cats!
Two Face is still available! Though she is spayed, she turned out to be a natural mother when introduced to her younger siblings, and couldn’t get enough of the kittens. A real sweetheart!
Features include: Natural barrel-shape with extremely dignified little legs (and socks!!). Squeaky, polite voice. Sick ear tat. Immediate desire to make friends and/or adopted children of other cats.
Susan is still available!
Gosh, she looks like her mom – right down to the expression! Don’t let that face trick you; she’s actually a real sweetheart!
Features Include: Lovely face and distinguished little nose. Giant eyes. Firm texture not unlike a particularly furry python. Picked up a habit from one of her weirder relatives of sitting on a shelf under the window and leaning on the sill with her arms crossed, gazing placidly out into the yard and looking at a glance like some kind of wistful gnome. Makes incredible chirping noises to communicate. Sick ear tat is harder to see.
Beep Beep, the best of Moms, is adapting to the indoor life.
This tiny lady has been a yard cat since at least 2015, and has probably been producing a litter a year her entire adult life. She was easy to socialize and litter train, and she is currently enjoying the warmth and comfort of indoor life with her babies. She has had some hard years, for sure, yet has a sweet and loving disposition.
Features include: compact size for easy transition to total orb-shape. Looks a bit like she should be an apron-wearing mouse in a children’s book. Enforces her boundaries with other cats (sniffing time over! personal space now!!) but gets along well with them. Loves a good, occasional cuddle.
This little lady is already bigger than her mother – not that it takes much! She also looks a lot like her mom. 🙂
Features include: TREMENDOUS purr. Loves to be held, especially if doing so means you have to drop whatever you’re doing and cuddle this fuzzy little monster. Easily stackable with other cats to form the perfect cat-heap. Champion of adorable sleeping positions.
Like all her siblings, Big Rig is well-socialised, friendly, and gets along well with other cats!
This little guy is very playful, and very affectionate. He loves giving kisses. Especially nose kisses!
Features include: hilarious little horse-face with a crooked nose-marking. Soft, high-pitched voice he will use to sing an occasional song. (the song goes “WOOoooooOoooooOOOoo-oo-ooo“) HEFTY boy. How big will he get?? Seems like he will become a strong man with strong arms for hugging, but in the meantime he has little hands that will grab your head so he can lick your nose.
Like all his siblings, Leyendecker is well-socialised, friendly, and gets along well with other cats!
April 23 update: sadly, one of Butterscotch’s orange babies passed away during the night. A second orange baby also passed away, after struggling for several hours. The remaining two appear to be big, strong and healthy, so it looks like these two had not been doing well from birth. 😦
This pretty girl has just had a date with the vet. She has to stay indoors for a couple of weeks while she heals up, but is ready for her forever home. She loves to cuddle – especially at night! – and has loads of affection to give!
If you would like to learn more about her, go here.