Monday, June 29, 2015

And More Kittens Galore

Recently there have been several litters of kittens born at the Humane Society of Noble County. Rather than posting each kitten individually, I decided it would be easier to make some general comments about all of the kitten, and then post individual pictures.
All of these kittens are roughly 2-3 months old. They have all had shots and been wormed. Some have not had flea prevention yet, but before they leave the shelter they will have flea prevention, FIV testing, and they will receive a microchip. And until the end of June - all this for only $15!
All of these kittens are outrageously cute! They are goofy and silly in ways that only a kitten can be. They love to play - with each other, with toys, and with people. They are affectionate and crave human attention.
As you scroll through the pictures, read the descriptions of each cat beside the picture. Come visit them at the Humane Society of Noble County! I will be posting more pictures daily until I have posted them all.

This is Alyssa, a pretty little black and tan female tabby with a white left leg and white paws.  She was constantly in motion, so the picture of her is not very good, but she is a beautiful kitten!

This is Brandi, a black female with a little white on her chest and tummy.  She loves lying in the hammock in her cage.

This precious girl is Daisy, a tiny all-gray kitten with beautiful green eyes.

Here Daisy was playing with something that was on the floor.

Mango is a little orange female with white feet and white on her chest.

Look how photogenic she is!  She also loves the hammock.  She and Brandi like to get in it at the same time.

Sierra is a pretty white female with black and tan tabby markings and white on the tip of her tail.

Here Sierra is being curious about this cage.  I think she rolled a little ball under it and is looking for it.

Please come visit all the cats and kittens at the shelter.  They are waiting for their forever homes and would make wonderful additions to your family!

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