Pet of the Week – Kittens!

UPDATE 4/26:  All 4 kittens have been adopted!

Kitten season is slowly gearing up! Tomorrow morning , our current selection of kittens will be featured on KTVA 11’s Daybreak . Thanks KTVA Channel 11 News for helping pets find homes!

We started the week with seven kittens and currently have three still available. As the weather warms up, we start to see more kittens come in, which will continue throughout the summer.

Simon Eggbert

Simon and Eggbert (black, mediumhair males) came in with their mother, Lovely, and three siblings. Their siblings have been adopted, but they and Lovely are still looking for their new home. They love to play and tumble with each other and would make a great instant family, able to entertain each other when you can’t be with them.

Cinnamon

Cinnamon (tortie, shorthair female) was left outside the shelter. She is an incredibly sweet girl, quick to purr when you approach (even more so when you pet her). She is a giver of head bumps and loves to snuggle.

Kittens can be a lot of work. They are high energy and can get into mischief, due to their age and curiosity. Just like puppies, kittens can be a much larger commitment than an adult animal, so making sure you’re ready for the extra work is important. Kittens can be adopted for $185, which includes their spay or neuter surgery, vaccinations, and microchip.

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