10 month old • Male
Black and white tuxedo with longer socks/boots on his back paws, and a white face that extends up his nose with a black spot.
Check out Todd and Harley’s Instagram account at: instagram.com/todd_and_harley !
Harley and his brother Todd are active and inquisitive kittens. They were bottle fed as babies and are thus very people-oriented. They like exploring the house, 'helping' with chores (except vacuuming), batting around small toys, sitting on the windowsill watching the birds at the feeder, and especially chasing the red dot from the laser pointer. They are fascinated by running water. When I work from home they hang out in the room I’m working in to be near me. They purr when petted and don’t mind being picked up and carried around. They are often found sleeping together on one of our cat trees during the day - once they’re all played out that is. At night they sleep with my teenage daughter, Harley burrowed under the covers beside her and Todd on the pillow wrapped around her head.
Harley is a snuggler. He sometimes comes and sits on my lap when I watch TV. He also sometimes jumps on my back when I bend over, and if I stand up slowly he will walk to my shoulder - we call this shoulder surfing. Worried about being able to tell them apart visually? Harley is leaner, with a thinner tail, a pointed white muzzle with a black spot, and thigh-high socks on his back legs. Todd is bigger, with a fatter tail, a round white muzzle, and knee-high socks on his back legs.
If you are looking for a pair of loving kittens, these are your boys! Harley and Todd are currently living in a home with four young cats (including one of their brothers who was adopted by their foster family), two small Maltese, two adults, and two teenagers. I think they would be a good fit for almost any cat-loving home.
Litter of five kittens from Nash County Shelter