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Here is the story of how Bucky and Freaky came into our lives.

Rita's Email

Ok, hon, here's the scoop. The little black & white one and the little orange & white one are BROTHERS. They are both males, 8 to 10 weeks old. They have both been tested for feline leukemia and are both NEGATIVE. They have already gotten their first shots, and been wormed, and the Humane Society of Giles County has paid for that, so it won't cost either of us anything. But, you WILL have to pay an adoption fee to the Humane Society. Believe it is $35.00 per kitten. That will cover the 2nd feline leukemia and feline distemper vaccinations and the rabies shots, AND neutering when they are old enough. (You'll have to bring them back to the Pulaski Vet Clinic, but I can pick them up from you and take them back up there when it's time, then deliver them back to you.) Now the good part! The little black and white guy is polydactal--he has EXTRA TOES on both front feet!! Maggie at the clinic says she thinks he has 7 toes on each front paw--they look like catcher's mitts! And, the little orange and white guy has regular feet, but he has GOLD eyes--a striking combination with his orange and white coat. Both are super sweet with very friendly purrsonalities. I've seen these little guys and they are really precious. As I said, they are slightly older kittens, but definitely still kittens, and both special with their unique characteristics. Maggie says someone brought in a calico mother cat with a litter of kittens and just said they didn't want them, so that's where they came from. The other kittens have already been placed. So, when do you want me to pick them up for you??!!! :) Rita