Ophelia (originally known as Brownie) made a surprise visit to her littermates at CoHo.
This all-female litter had been spayed a few weeks earlier. They were Humane Society foster kittens, staying at CoHo until they were big enough (2 pounds) for their surgery.
Ophelia went to her new home with a CoHoot’s niece. The other three black and white beauties returned to the Humane Society in hopes of a quick adoption. Instead, they caught a cold (a fairly typical occurrence at the crowded shelter) and came back to CoHo to recuperate.
Playful curiosity abounded after an initial round of hisses. While they didn’t have fur-to-fur contact, the kittens all enjoyed the visit. Rosie would have liked closer contact (her mission in life is to groom her sisters…nonstop) but settled for a few friendly sniffs through the playpen walls.