Should my kittens get adopted as pairs or single, as splitting them up breaks my heart. Every cat owner with a baby kittens worries about this. I assume many cat owners would love the young kitties to be adopted in pairs. While it seem so logical, that might slow down or stop the kitties from getting a loving long-term home.
Seems to me the best way to get them in a forever home, is not to put any stipulations on the adoptions. The staff member could tell potential candidates of a sibling, if asked. It could help, for perhaps five or ten percent of cat adopters that might want a pair. I am assuming it is a low percentage.
While they are young, smaller, and super cute, it seems better to not make a big deal of the pairing. Rather just let the process go where it goes, so they both get a forever home most quickly.
What is going on with the Pinellas County Humane Society adoption situation. They sure do not have a cute cat photo on the website, to make candidates more likely to go or call. You are the expert and I am just a helper, but that is my take.
We have to take the kitties to the adoption center at petsmart for arrival at just before 11am. They stay until 4pm, so we might as well bike ride in the area, hit the mall, or whatever, then come home and shower up, before going back for the pickup. We could go to the Oldsmar Flea Market too! Make sure you click the Pinellas County Humane Society link below to see the kitty photos!