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UPDATE 12/24: All the kittens have been rehomed. Thanks to everyone who gave them new homes. We will have more kittens in the spring.
~ *REHOMED* Kitten #1, Photo 1: Female, medium/long hair, adorable tortoiseshell
~ *REHOMED* Kitten #2, Photo 2: Male, short hair, orange & white tiger
~ *REHOMED* Kitten #3, Photo 3: Female, medium/long hair, tortoiseshell with freckled nose
~ *REHOMED* Kitten #4, Photos 4-7: Female, short hair, black & white tuxedo
~ *REHOMED* Kitten #5, Photo 8: Male, short hair, orange & white tiger with white-tipped ears.
~ *REHOMED* Kitten #6, Photos 9-10: Male, medium/long hair, black & white tuxedo (I call him the "little black bear")
~ *REHOMED* Kitten #7, Photos 11-12: Female, medium/long hair, dark tortoiseshell with a lot of personality
~ *REHOMED* Kitten #8, Photo 13: Male, short hair, orange & white tiger
~ *REHOMED* Kitten #9, Photos 14-17: Female, medium/long hair, flashy tortoiseshell
~ *REHOMED* Kitten #10, Photos 18-19: Female, short hair, black & white tuxedo
~ *REHOMED* Kitten #11, Photo 20: Male, medium hair, orange tiger with white chest and paws
Birthdays: All the short-haired kittens are siblings that were born on Sept. 16, 2022. All the medium/long-haired kittens are siblings that were born on Sept. 22, 2022.
These kittens are accustomed to people, farm animals, other cats, and machinery. They are eating moist and dry cat food, and we also supplement them with fresh milk from our goats. Their mothers are excellent mousers and are training them to hunt by bringing them rodents to eat. These kittens would be good outdoor or indoor cats. They have been living outdoors, so they are adjusted to the winter temperatures here in Montana (though they will need a warm place to sleep if they are to live outdoors).
No shots or early spay/neuter. We will not hold or deliver kittens or meet for pick up -- they must be picked up at our farm. No returns or "trying out your pet." Before you consider adopting one, we expect you to be prepared and willing to properly take care of kittens and to be patient while they adjust to the new environment of your home.
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Krebs Dairy Goats is located in Western Montana's Bitterroot Valley, where we (the Krebs family) breed ADGA/AGS registered Nigerian Dwarf dairy goats. We are ADGA Plus members and participate in official DHIR 305-Day and 1-Day Milk Testing. Our priority is to breed Nigerians that are practical, high-production milkers with excellent conformational and dairy traits that exemplify the true miniature dairy goat.