Their names all start with “B,” but they’re definitely on the “A” list; meet Barnabus and Biggles, the boys in a litter of four. Their sisters, Bitsy and BeeGee wouldn’t sit still for a photo.

The folks at HOPE Safehouse describe the kittens as “hilarious” and “very sweet.” Barnabus is unique, too, because he’s polydactyl, which means he was born with more than four toes on one or more of his paws.

At 8 weeks old, the kittens are ready to find their furever homes.

f you think your family could be the furever home for one or more of the “B” kittens, call HOPE Safehouse at (262) 634-4571, email them at hopesafehouse@gmail.comor visit www.hopesafehouse.org.

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