The orange triplets were found abandoned early this year, when they were about 10 days old. They took awhile to adapt to bottle feeding, and even longer for their digestive systems to get used to kitten formula. They're now fully weaned and are doing very well on kitten kibbles.
The triplets look extremely alike. As they grow, they're developing these beautiful spots and stripes. The orange triplets are Ginger, Nutmeg and Saffron.
Ginger (Male): https://www.petfinder.my/pets/92947/
Nutmeg (Male): https://www.petfinder.my/pets/92948/
Saffron (Female): https://www.petfinder.my/pets/92949/
These kittens are purr machines. They’re well socialized with their human, and will purr if the human is in close proximity. To turn up the purr-o-meter, give them belly rubs. These fellows love playing and cuddling with their human. They get on very well with each other as well.
They’re dewormed, vaccinated and neutered.
Ginger (Male): The big brother of the litter. Loves human interaction and attention the most. Will make for a perfect lap cat. Will purr for belly rubs.
Nutmeg (Male): The adventurous one. He’s very friendly to humans, and equally friendly to his littermates. Loves belly rubs.
Saffron (Female): This kitten is slightly more shy than her brothers. She won’t be the first to jump on your lap, but once she warms up to you, she’s a total sweetheart. She charming, loving and of course loves belly rubs.
WHAT GINGER IS LOOKING FOR
He is looking for a loving forever home, preferably living indoors. If you think you're what Ginger is looking for, get in touch with us via email or phone. Do note that we do home visits as part of the vetting process for potential adopters.