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Q: How old are the kittens?
A: They are currently 4 weeks old but are the size of 3 week old kittens because of being malnourished
Q: What are the kittens' names?
A: Adella- turquoise collar - black female
Charming- blue collar with yellow cats - brown tabby male
Snow- black collar with red lady bugs - polydactyl black female
Ariel- purple collar with yellow bumble bees - polydactyl brown tabby female
Nala- black collar with white cats - black female
This litter of 5 was rescued from the euthanasia list at Arlington's Shelter. THey are currently 6 weeks old.
Q: What if I'm interested in adding one of these kittens to my family?
A: If you are interested in the featured kittens on the cam, you can fill out an adoption application on the Pawsitive Karma website
Q: Is there a vet to keep an eye on the kittens?
A: There are qualified veterinary professionals and fosters on-hand monitoring the kittens 24 hours a day.
Q: Where are these kittens located?
A: These kittens are located at a loving, foster families home in Austin, Texas.
Q: Do the kittens need human interaction for socialization purposes?
A: Yes. At first, these kittens were feral or un-socialized. These kittens have been in the Pawsitive Karma rescue program for four weeks and are handled regularly to familiarize them with humans. This helps their general disposition, and is very important to ensure a healthy relationship toward people.
Q: When do they start to eat regular cat food?
A: Currently, they are eating kibble and gruel, goat's milk mixed with canned food.
Q: What if something goes wrong and a kitten gets sick?
A: The kittens are constantly monitored and if sick have round the clock care. They have already had their initial vet check up. They will go through another veterinary check up before going to their forever homes as well as being spayed or neutered.
Q. What kinds of kittens are these?
A: These kittens are the domestic short hair breed, except Abilene who is a domestic long hair breed. The siblings are all orange and white.
Q: I NEED MORE KITTENS! WHAT DO I DO?!
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