Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition has two adorable kittens rescued in Coney Island up for adoption. Now about 14 weeks old, the cats have been living in a foster home in Greenwich Village. Contact Brooklynbridgeanimals@yahoo.com to schedule a play date. Here are their résumés:
Vivien, aka Funny Face, has enough personality and energy for a dozen kittens. A typical calico, she is bright, very curious and has lots of attitude. She wants to be in the middle of any activity; plays and wrestles as if her life was depending on it, loves to groom her kitten friends and adores older cats. She purrs loudly when petted, although she’s not sure about being picked up (that will come when she’s in a real home).
Georgie was rescued with her sister Vivien in Coney Island. She has a gentle calm personality, especially compared to her manic calico sibling, and enjoys kitten activities like chasing, wrestling and eating. A favorite game is bathtub hockey with a coil spring toy. She has a reserved but confident personality and will probably grow up to be a quiet dignified (and gorgeous) cat.
Vivien and Georgie are FIV/FeLV negative, vaccinated appropriate to their age, and microchipped. The kittens must be adopted to a home with another cat or friendly dog. Please see this link for information about BBAWC’s adoption process: http://www.bbawc.org/adoptions/adoption-faq/.
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