No fake mews here. Two for one kitten adoptions all summer!
Friends For Life
At Friends For Life, kittens under 12- months old are always two-for-one.
(True. And during the summer kittens are $5.00 each. So you can get a $2.50 kitten all dewormed, combo-tested, vaccinated and ready for love. And also ready to climb you. Yea, it's a thing. They are SO ready for that.)
Why are two kittens better than one? You can save two lives instead of one.
(True. You actually save three lives if you count the fact that you will be a happier person after living with playful kittens and people will like you more.)
All Friends For Life kittens are litter box trained.
(True--partially. They are trained --but not by us. We tip our hat to thousands of years of evolution for that. Kittens use their litter boxes. Someone telling you that they made all that kitten + kitten's instinct to use litter happen is like making an "eat lunch" item on your to-do list and checking it off. Yea, we've all done it.
All Friends For Life kittens are able to puff up and walk sideways at no additional charge.
One is the loneliest number.
A kitten left alone during the day can become lonely and bored, which sometimes can lead to mischief. Two kittens will never be lonely, especially if they are siblings. Many people who experience behavior problems with kittens find that some of them go away when they adopt another playmate. What may be perceived as mischief is often just the result of boredom.
(And there you have it. Mischief Managed.)
Monkey see, monkey do.
Kittens learn from each other. If one kitten is quick to learn appropriate litter box use, the other will be likely to copy. They teach each other appropriate play. They also help each other with grooming; cleaning up after meals soon becomes a ritual with two kittens.
(True. They will also learn pretty much any behaviors they see so if someone is being bitey and or expressing other behaviors you may not love, talk with our behavior and adoptions team to be sure you only show them the behaviors you want them to express--because it will be X 2.
Just a suggestion--since it's x2, maybe teach them to pick winning lotto numbers.)
Everybody needs their zzz’s.
It can be exhausting trying to keep up with the energy of a single kitten. Two kittens will wear each other out, leaving their human parent free to just enjoy watching them while sipping an icy beverage.
Although it might sound counter-intuitive, an older, established cat or dog will probably accept two kittens better than one. Two kittens will expend their energy in play with each other, leaving their older roommate to relax in peace with the beverage-sipping human.
(True.Icy beverage not included--unless ofcourse, that is a dealmaker for you and then definitely talk to the adoptions team about getting a beverage hook up with your two kittens!)
Two kittens who grow up together will almost always be lifelong friends. Although they will sometimes have their little wrestling matches you will more often see them engaging in mutual grooming, playing together, and sleeping with their best pal.
Real world translation:
Yes,they will beat the #$%^ out of each other sometimes. It will sometimes happen when you are trying to sleep. It is a scientific fact that kittens have two speeds: high and off. Good news: Off is usually around the same time you are off and the kitten wrestling is as dangerous as real wrestling (not) + no tights --so better.
two kittens--$5.00 all summer, fun, entertaining, bffs, train each other, icy beverage and an additional chance to win the lottery.
One final fact:
Check out the synchronized kittening team in training. You cannot enter the competition with one kitten.