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Adopt Moccha, Latte, and Pumpkin Cappuccino

Female Young Domestic Short Hair

If you have questions about Moccha, Latte, and Pumpkin Cappuccino please contact

Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition, Inc.

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About Moccha, Latte, and Pumpkin Cappuccino

This tasty Autumn trio, about 5 months old, started out under a makeshift shelter on a Brooklyn porch with their feral mom.  Mom has since been TNRed, and the kittens have become a cuddly little pack as sweet as fancy coffee.  Latte, a female, is a dilute tortoiseshell or tortie, all soft gray and white, with some hints of peach. Her sister Pumpkin Cappuccino is a torbie, meaning tabby stripes with a hint of a tortie's cinnamon orange color. Their brother Mocha is a pale tabby. They are a gentle team, quieter than you would expect from such a sugary treat, so they would do best with a family who can spend time playing with them.  They are a bonded group, so should be adopted in pairs or with another kitten, or even all three together!

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Moccha, Latte, and Pumpkin Cappuccino
Shots up to date
Not Sure
Ok with kids
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Spayed / Neutered
Ok with dogs
Not Sure
Ok with cats
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