All About Me
Because Raven is younger than 6 months of age, it is IAR policy that she must be adopted with another kitten or into a household with a young cat (general guideline of 2 years or younger but on a case by case basis).
Introducing sweetie little Raven, who, along with her brother Rook, is one of the most easygoing kittens around! These two are the most relaxed and cuddly kittens we've had the pleasure of fostering. They even did a radio show promo for IAR earlier this month and were the stars of the show!
Raven is a precious little kitty who will sit and sit in a lap, purring away. Doing housework? laundry? She'll be right beside you, quietly observing your every move. She is less wild than her brother but in no means shy. She's been in a home with a toddler, a teenager, and a small dog, so she's been handled and cuddled and grown accustomed to the boisterous sounds of family life. She and her brother would do great in a home with lots of activity, but she could certainly be happy hanging out in laps all day, too.
she's playful, gentle, inquisitive, and loving. Due to travel plans in our family, Raven and Rook have already had a 4 day sleep over at another foster's home and they adjusted within moments to their temporary digs- just like their morning at the radio station! I can say without hesitation that they will hit the ground exploring and I am confident that they'll adjust very well to their forever home, in no time. These two have our hearts and we are very impressed by how they take it all in stride. Raven must be adopted with her brother Rook.