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Adorable, fluffy kittens available. Semi-long haired (the textured hair that looks long but never tangles). Vaccines current. These kittens are being raised with adult cats, a 2-kilo Chihuahua, and a 50-kilo Belga Pastoral. So ... they are very dog tolerant! They eat Costco cat kibble. Born on St. Valentines Day. All have fluffy gray tails but gray spots vary from 1-5. Call Dianne 333-159-7734 (do not leave msg) for an appointment to choose your baby. First come, first served. Chapala-Soriana vicinity.

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These kittens are so very cute and I am sure will make good pets.  However, there are so many homeless cats and dogs, perhaps spaying mom after tending to her brood would be a wise decision.

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54 minutes ago, LifeNo5 said:

These kittens are so very cute and I am sure will make good pets.  However, there are so many homeless cats and dogs, perhaps spaying mom after tending to her brood would be a wise decision.

Thank you, I love cats but  - every night - they are fighting and/or fornicating above my bedroom - basta!.

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Why do people always use adjectives like "adorable", fluffy", "cute", etc. when looking for homes for kittens? Aren't most baby mammals obviously all those things? 

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Just one thought. Please don't place the kittens until they are at least 8 weeks old and tell the new owners to take them in for kitten shots right away, especially if they have other cats in the house. Kittens are just developing an independent immune system at that age and are susceptible to a variety of diseases.

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3 hours ago, mudgirl said:

Why do people always use adjectives like "adorable", fluffy", "cute", etc. when looking for homes for kittens? Aren't most baby mammals obviously all those things? 

Maybe "ugly, smelly and vermin ridden" don't draw people...just a thought..

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13 hours ago, MtnMama said:

Just one thought. Please don't place the kittens until they are at least 8 weeks old and tell the new owners to take them in for kitten shots right away, especially if they have other cats in the house. Kittens are just developing an independent immune system at that age and are susceptible to a variety of diseases.

Absolutely.  Even though they will be eating solid food, mom still needs to teach them to be cats!  And if at all possible, by removing one or two at a time instead of all at once , mom will have an easier time to dry up her milk.  And then please.... get her spayed!

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