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We are brandnew

Erika GonzalezErika Gonzalez Member Posts: 16
edited 14 August, 2008 in Kitten Corner
Our former owners got rid of us and our mommy a few hours after we were born. We were born just a few days go on August 9. Our former owners dropped us off at our neighbors house when they were away and we are happy they are taking care of our mommy and us for now. We will need a good home to go to when we get older, we are gorgeous litle kittens!

Comments

  • Lissa NicholsonLissa Nicholson SydneyMember Posts: 1,562
    edited 12 August, 2008
    Bless your human for taking you in and looking after you. As for the old 'humans', just wow. We are purring for you all to grow healthy, happy and strong!;c;
  • Jack's PackJack's Pack AustinMember Posts: 4,608
    edited 13 August, 2008
    Such pretty kitties. Are you able to bring them inside? They're so small and vulnerable. Also, where do you live? There might be a spay/neuter clinic near you that can help with the Mom and babies. Thanks for taking them on. |:|
  • Erika GonzalezErika Gonzalez Member Posts: 16
    edited 14 August, 2008
    I live in Southern Indiana. I was told to try a rescue organization but I am having such a hard time finding one around here.
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