Every kitten regardless of size or species is a gift, though. For example, how about these babies hanging out at the Next to Nature pet supply in Tacoma? They need nice homes. For a $100 rehoming fee (it covers their fixing and shots), you can have a soft, purry new fam member.
Even world leaders need a furry friend. They get to have a bigger variety, that's all. Then they get to give them spiffy things like coffins, such as this one for Crown Prince Thutmose of Egypt's cat, "Ta-Miaut." "I bristle before the Sky, and its parts that are upon (it). I myself am placed among the imperishable ones that are in the Sky, for I am Ta-Miaut, the Triumphant."
I would like to know who gave the Egyptian gentleman Puimre (lived during reign of Pharoah Thutmose III, 1479-1425 BC) his cat, the first pet feline with a recorded name: Nadjem, meaning either "dear one" or "star."