Your ivy league dreams are about to come true! Harvard and Princeton are brothers who have spent their wholes lives with each other and can’t wait to be adopted into a new home together. When we first met these kittens, they were very scared of people. They can still be a little hand-shy and skittish, but both boys have made so much progress! When using a slow approach, ASPCA volunteers have described Harvard and Princeton as “very friendly.” They love to play with lots of different types of toys from ping pong balls to pipe cleaners and fake mice, but they particularly love to play with each other!
When playtime is over, Harvard and Princeton can often be found napping together or grooming each other—which is definitely as cute as it sounds. Overall, Harvard and Princeton are sweet, gentle kittens who tend to be a little shy when it comes to touch but have proved just how much progress they can make when given the chance! Harvard and Princeton can’t imagine life without each other, so they must go home together. Because they’re a little sensitive, they would do best with a patient adopter who lives in a quiet home and is ready to keep working with these two while letting them take things at their own pace. Small kids may be too rowdy, so teens and up would be best.