I have 1 male kitten that will be ready for new a home by October 28th.
I had to rescue them for their safety (two kittens already died before I could save them) and I've raised them myself since they were 1 week old, bottle feeding around the clock. They are gaining weight, developing very well and and soon they'll be ready to go to loving home!
They are all already litter trained and eating wet food and dry kibble successfully on their own. They're all playful and love to snuggle so would make very great pets. They've been raised around my hyper female Yorkie (who thinks she's their momma lol) so they're dog friendly as well.
Since these babies are not purebred/not registered, but will be vet checked and will be fixed, I'm only asking for enough to cover vet care & overall fostering maintenance expenses.
If you're interested please contact me to make a deposit on him!
I'm a real person with real kittens, if you want to see them and me you can see on my fb profile that I'm not fake. I'll also be happy to send pics/video/chat of me and kittens to verify I'm real if you need that.
I have 1 male Maine coon kitten left, and he will be ready for a new home by October 28th (once vet checked and fully healed).
The $800 you pay is honestly not going to give me much if any profit, just probably breaking even and honestly that's fine as long as I can afford the vet care they need and they find safe, loving homes. I'm not a fully staffed rescue with donations coming in every day to help me offset the cost. I'm doing this on my own and really need the funds to continue offering orphaned kittens a second chance at life.
So if you want to hold one him, I'll need half for a deposit (cost goes toward vet care). Once he's healed fully, he will be ready to go!
If you would like, I'd be more than happy to either send updated pics/videos or video chat with you so you can see the babies if you need to verify I'm real and the kittens are real as well.
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