Marvin & Maya were out in back of Walgreen’s on the July 4th Weekend, they were small kittens then, but I am sure they were frightened at all the noise of the July 4th firecrackers. Hungry Kitty, volunteer, Pat Smyklo saw them racing around behind Walgreen’s, 4 weeks later with very little food or water to drink. She trapped them and Home at Last took them into their rescue, getting them off the streets of Oakland where all they knew is noise and fear. They quickly learned to “appreciate the indoor life” of their foster home and were soon sleeping on soft pillows instead of the hard ground. They were both adopted as a pair as kittens should be adopted as pairs, so they have the warmth, love of a sibling kitten.
Age: born July 4, 2020
Sex: Male, neutered. Female, spayed
Breed: Domestic Shorthair, Orange Tabby, Grey Tabby
Marvin & Maya are a brother and sister pair. Both are very playful. Marvin is a cute, healthy, orange tabby boy. He loves to play and run around. He likes to lick your fingers and to be rubbed under his chin. He is a bit shy, but continues to make great progress. His sister Maya is a confident grey tabby who is outgoing and loving. You can find her curled up on a pillow taking a nap. She loves to play and jump high. Maya loves to be picked up and cuddled, and gives you long purrs and stretches out for belly rubs. Both kittens like to sleep on their foster person’s bed. They will do best in a calm home without small children. Marvin & Maya love to play together and are a bonded pair that need to be adopted together.
Marvin & Maya are vaccinated, tested negative for FIV and Feline Leukemia, and are micro-chipped.