Available for Adoption

Rutland, VT

Super Sweet Bonded “twin” snuggle buddies are looking for love!

Macaroni (R) and Mackenzie (L): January 2020 – Female Bonded Kittens

Mackenzie and Macaroni are very sweet, loving, and playful. And they are champions in the art of the PURR!

Mackenzie (R) and Macaroni (L): January 2020 – they love sleeping in the luggage bed!

These pretty girls were born to a cat named Honey that we rescued at a local snack bar. She gave birth to five beautiful kittens on October 4th, 2019. Three of the kittens and Mom have already gone to their forever homes. These two beauties want the same special homes that their Mom and siblings now have. They need to be adopted as a pair as they are very bonded to each other.

Macaroni (L) and Mackenzie (R)

We are just posting them now (Mid-January) because they had a Forever Family lined up since they were little but an unexpected development forced their adopter to tell us that it would be in their best interest to find a new forever home.

Mackenzie

Mackenzie: January 2020

Mackenzie is the quieter of the two kittens but also enjoys playing with her toys. She loved to crawl under blankets when it’s cold, and both kittens are great snuggle buddies–both with people and each other.

Mackenzie
Mackenzie October 9, 2019 – just after birth

Macaroni

Macaroni: January 2020

Macaroni is very active and outgoing. She has a hunting instinct and when she gets a fly in her sights, she is unrelenting! She loves furry mice, fishing pole toys, and of course the pursuit of the red dot of the laser light!

Macaroni: January 2020
Macaroni: October 22, 2019 – about 2 1/2 weeks old
Macaroni: October 13th – about 10 days old

Health Notes

Both girls are gray tigers with bits of orange coloring, and they have nice stripes and spots!

Mackenzie (L) and Macaroni (R)

Mackenzie and Macaroni’s mom tested negative (good) for FeLV, FIV, and Heartworm, so they don’t have it. They have each received an FVRCP#1 vaccine, as well as a microchip. They have been spayed and were born on October 4th, 2019 in one of our foster homes to a friendly mama cat. They get along very well with other cats.

All of the kittens got an upper respiratory infection (very common in kittens) at one point. Mackenzie’s right eye is lightly scared from this sickness, and they both are completely healthy now.

If you are interested in giving these lovely girls their Forever Family, they are now accepting applications…but only from folks with soft places to sleep, nutritious food and a ton of love.


Interested in giving a cat a loving Forever Home? Apply now by filling out an Adoption Application. To hold a specific cat, a $50 non-refundable deposit is required.

Learn more about The Feline Connection’s adoption policies and procedures on our Adopt page.