Adoption Pending

Gender: Male

Birth date: 03/2022

Needs feline companion: Yes


Pippin and Oliver's Personalities

Pippin and Oliver are adorable, moderately-active kittens who are fostered with their sister, Nutmeg. They love to follow their foster family around and play with any cat toy that comes across their path. While they enjoy being picked up and snuggled when they are sleepy, they are just as eager to get down and play. These boys get along great with the pre-teen in her foster home and her friends.

Pippin (white with black spots, medium-haired) is an adorable boy, sporting gorgeous fluffy fur. He loves to play and keeps an eye out for his brother, Oliver. Pippin is a little shy at first, but once he sees his siblings getting attention he comes and asks for some petting too. He is a sweetheart – just a little shy about asking for loving. While Pippin likes to play, he isn't the bravest of explorers. He prefers to get to know people, places, and things gradually and can be a little shy of  loud noises and quick movements. But don't let his timid demeanor fool you! He won’t shy away from a good tumble with his siblings and is vocal about letting everyone know that a toy mouse in his mouth is "his!" He growls as he carries his "prey" away from his siblings. When Pippin is tired from playing, he likes to curl up next to his brother, Oliver, or by your side.

Oliver (black/white tuxedo, medium-haired) is such a loveable and sweet boy. He was initially shyer than his two siblings, Pippin and Nutmeg, but he has gained a lot of confidence and is now quite the little adventurer! Oliver LOVES getting attention from his foster family, and has the most adorable and distinctive meow/screech around. He lets you cradle him and doesn’t mind playing on his back – so cute! Oliver is also an amazing brother, always playing carefully with his siblings. They especially love to chase each other around the house and wrestle. This sweet boy will charm you with his good looks and loving personality.

What Type of Home They Need

Pippin and Oliver are bonded and must be adopted as a pair. They need a quieter home that understands that these boys, especially Pippin, will need a little time to adapt to new surroundings and new people. A home with a couple with no kids down the road would be great. Or home with an older child – about 12 years or older – would be fine as long as the child or children are gentle and know how to handle kittens.

Where They Came From

These boys were born in one of our foster homes along with their sister, Nutmeg. Their mom, Riley, and sister, Nutmeg, are posted separately.

Home Environment:

Not Active

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OK with kids:


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