These sweet kittens with spunky personalities need a home. (And they're brothers!)

Updated: May 17


Asta and Yuno are brothers and I am totally in love with them.

By SARA VANDEN BERGE


I have to come clean on this one; I’ve never been much of a cat lover.


But that changed last year when a flea-invested kitten showed up at our house while The Husband and I were in Miami.

Our middle son Aaron happened to be in Stephenville that weekend, and quickly scooped up the little guy. (He has never met an animal he didn’t love.)


He gave the kitten a bath, purchased some cat food, and by the time we arrived home, well, we had ourselves a new pet.


Hemingway is almost a year old now and we couldn’t love him more. He has six toes (hence the name) and is the most loving guy you’ll ever meet.

With my new appreciation for felines, my heart melted a little today when I received this week’s featured pets up for adoption at the Erath County Humane Society.


These adorable male kittens are only eight weeks old.


Asta is a spunky tuxedo cat with a curious and energetic personality.

“This sharp-dressed man will charm his way into your heart,” ECHS executive director Serena Wright told Beneath the Surface News.


His brother Yuno has a playful personality and enjoys dinnertime and snuggles. (Awe!)


They are both litter box trained and dog friendly.

This is Sancho and he has sad eyes, which kinda makes me sad.

Sancho is a two to three-year-old male Husky mix.


"He does very well as an inside dog and enjoys cuddling,” Serena said. “He does not like to be kenneled, but will tolerate it for a short amount of time.”

Sancho needs some leash-training because he tends to jump on his handler for hugs. He can also show aggression to other dogs and does not like cats.


“A meet-and-greet is definitely recommended for a potential adopter that already has dogs,” Serena said.

Sancho is neutered, fully vaccinated, heart worm negative and microchipped.


If you would like to meet Asta, Yuno, Sancho or the other 69 cats and 81 dogs that need homes, stop by the animal shelter located at 891 East Road in Stephenville.