When we adopted two rescue kittens this summer--Zander and Freya, we thought we knew what we were in for. A few years ago, we had taken in a pregnant feline, nursed her through pregnancy and found fur-ever homes for two of her three kittens and we kept one along with her. However, every kitten has a unique personality.
Now they have full run of the house most of the time, barring closed doors to feed separately or to give older cats a respite at night. Kittens run EVERYWHERE. They play with EVERYTHING. Two can get into more trouble than one.
Kittens or a pristine house? I choose kittens.