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Kittens in San Francisco looking for their fur-ever homes

Looking to add a new companion to the family? There are dozens of cuddly kittens up for adoption at animal shelters in and around San Francisco, so you won't have to look far to find the perfect new pal.

Hoodline used data from Petfinder to power this roundup of kittens available for adoption near you. Read on to meet some friendly, furry locals.

(Details like pet availability, training, vaccinations and other features are based on data provided by Petfinder and may be subject to change; contact the shelter for the latest information.)

Bug, dilute tortoiseshell

Bug is a darling female dilute tortoiseshell kitten being cared for at Animal Aware.

Her vaccinations are already up to date, and she's already housetrained.

Bug's current caretakers say:

Meet Bug! Bug is tiny but mighty! She had a rough start in life, but has pulled through and has grown into such a fun little kitten! She is playful and has the spirit that would make daisy chains if she had thumbs! She loves to slow down for butt scratches, but also takes her play missions very seriously. She will turn anything that moves into hours of play, and is seriously always finding creative ways to have fun! She is a gentle girl but also can keep up with her rambunctious brothers, who love to wrestle — a bit of a roller-derby type! 

Apply to adopt Bug today at Petfinder.

Darla, tortoiseshell

Darla is a female tortoiseshell kitten staying at Animal Aware.

Have no fear: She is already housetrained and vaccinated.

Notes from Darla's caretakers:

Meet Darla! She is one of the most stunning creatures to ever walk this earth and she will absolutely melt you. Personality-wise, she is sweet and mellow. She's playful too, but in her own gentle way. She's an observer and really takes in the world around her. She loves to be held, and will melt into a puddle while purring loudly. She also has an independent side, and will go off and explore.

Read more about how to adopt Darla on Petfinder.

Marie, dilute tortoiseshell

Marie is a female dilute tortoiseshell kitten staying at Animal Aware.

She's vaccinated and already housetrained.

Marie's current caretakers say:

Marie has the sweetest face, that will steal your heart before you even have time to file a police report. This special kitten has all of us wrapped around her paw without even trying to. Her fur is as soft as velvet, her eyes are as the most beautiful green, and her mannerisms will melt you. She is playful in her own sweet and gentle way and she's clearly an old soul.

Read more about Marie on Petfinder.

Nick, domestic shorthair

Nick is an adorable male domestic shorthair kitten being kept at Animal Aware.

He has been vaccinated and housetrained.

Here's what Nick's friends at Animal Aware think of him:

Nick is sweet and loves his butt scratches. He has the most beautiful eyes and weasels his way into your heart before you even notice! Nick is also a playful little monkey! He makes the living room into a racetrack with his best buddy, Sebastian. He is the perfect combination of punk and couch potato, and whoever adopts this little man will be so lucky! 

Read more about Nick on Petfinder.

Marty, domestic shorthair

Marty is a male domestic shorthair kitten in the care of Wonder Cat Rescue.

Marty is a social butterfly, and he loves other cats. Fear not: He is already housetrained and vaccinated.

Here's what Marty's friends at Wonder Cat Rescue think of him:

This little guy is so much fun. Lots of playful kitten energy — he cannot get enough of his feather wand toy, chasing his crinkle ball around the house, and playing tag with his older foster brother. Marty is pretty active and rambunctious, and we think he would do so well in a home that has another young, playful, energetic kitty. After playtime is over, he loves curling up on the bed next to (or on top of) you, and snuggles down for the night on your pillow with a happy, relaxed, "I'm so happy to be here" purr. 

Read more about Marty on Petfinder.

This story was created automatically using local animal shelter data, then reviewed by an editor. Click here for more about what we're doing. Got thoughts? Go here to share your feedback.


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