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Friday, November 15, 2013

Free Kittens to a Good Home

Free Kittens to a Good Home

3 orange and white

2 orange tigers

Kittens are 14 weeks old

All are litter trained and love to be held!

Ready to go to their forever homes now.

Would be a great Christmas present for a little girl or boy.


Please call 814-203-0267 if interested.

5 comments :

Anonymous said...

Please don't give them away as a present for a little kid, that is never a good idea. Unless the parents actually care to teach the kids responsibilty, and what are the chances those kids with think they are cute once they are grown? I hope you are planning to check out the people before you just hand them over. They are adorable and do I hope you find them great forever homes.

Anonymous said...

Are any of them long haired?

Anonymous said...

And people please save as much money as you can every pay so you can get your cats spade or neutered. The feral cat population is exploding in small, rural Pennsylvania towns. Believe me as someone whom has had to get rid of them, it is not fun.

Anonymous said...

I agree with 10:30, please just do not give them to anyone unless you have screened them, thy are adorable & need to be given to someone who will love & care for them!

Anonymous said...

Have any of these kittens had a test for feline leukemia? Or any immunizations? Not something I would have thought about before-but my family is now faced with a cat (approx 8 mos old) whom we have fallen completely in love with, that has been diagnosed with feline leukemia. These cats typically live for one year. Now we have to decide whether to spend thousands of dollars on care or to euthenize him. The whole situation is heartbreaking. PLEASE HAVE THESE KITTENS TESTED AND IMMUNIZED.