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Piccolo & Quaver


Bonded, friendly and playful young kittens!


Piccolo & Quaver are 9 weeks' old


Both Piccolo & Quaver are male


Piccolo (black with white nose) and Quaver (white with black nose)

Can live with cats?

Piccolo & Quaver have no experience with other cats.

Can live with dogs?

Piccolo & Quaver have no experience with dogs.

Can live with children?

Piccolo & Quaver have potential to live either with adults or alongside a family with respectful children, aged 5+

Requires outdoor space?

Access to safe, secure outside space.

Current location

Surrey, UK

Reference number

24097 & 24094

Medical notes

Neutered, micro-chipped and first vaccinated

A little bit more

Piccolo (black with white nose) and Quaver (white with black nose), who are male and just nine weeks’ old, are new arrivals at our cattery space on the Surrey/Hampshire border.

These delightful, bonded kittens have come into HFC care after the owners of a multi-cat household asked for our help to re-home them. Regularly and carefully handled in their home, Piccolo & Quaver are friendly, and our cattery team continue to support them with their socialisation (and are having lots of fun doing so!).

Piccolo & Quaver are very playful. They would like to find a happy home where there will be someone around the majority of the time and who will be able to give them an extra afternoon meal whilst they continue to grow.  The kittens have potential to either live with adults or alongside a family with respectful children aged 5+. They have had no experience of other cats or dogs whilst in our care.

In preparation for re-homing, Piccolo & Quaver have been neutered, microchipped and first vaccinated.

If you would like to offer Piccolo & Quaver a happy home that has safe, outside space for them to enjoy once they are a little older, please complete our application form below without delay! Thank you.



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