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I got a call from a gentleman in Como the other day who had five kittens he needed to rehome or he was going to have to take "drastic measures." Though we hadn't intended to take any animals yet, the whole point of our organization is to save lives. So I met him at Wal-Mart last night. He was only able to catch four of the five, but they are now chilling out on my back porch in an XXL dog kennel. They've been well fed, but they are incredibly timid. They would be perfect barn cats as is, after being fixed, but I believe they could be tamed. I've tamed worse. 

These little loves are about 3 months old. I haven't handled them much yet, so I don't know how many boys or girls I have, but there are three black kitties and one gray tabby, with one more gray tabby to come if it can be trapped.

If you would like to "Pay for a Spay" we would certainly appreciate the support. To get five kittens vetted (spay or neuter, rabies, kitten shots) it's going to cost me anywhere from $200-600 depending on whether the vet can offer us a discounted rate. If you can even donate $5 it will help defray the cost of getting these guys fixed and ready to go to their new homes.


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