While I was at the SPCA on Friday for my shift as a cat counselor, I noticed we had more kittens than I had ever seen at one time. There were two separate rooms, normally used for isolation, dedicated to kittens as well as a couple of kittens in separate cages.
Kittens are adopted quickly so many of these are probably gone already, however, there was a room closed off that I assume had more kittens that were not ready for adoption yet, so I’m sure if you would like to adopt a kitten, now would be a good time.
Our shelter is also full of kittens but there are also THREE ten year old cats who have been there for a year – waiting……waiting…….you’re right – the kittens will go quickly but I sure wish the seniors had a forever.
I totally agree with you and I’m very much respect people that adopt older cats. We have a 16 year old cat that has been there for about three weeks. I know that’s relatively short but he’s stuck in a small cage by himself. I feel very bad for him.
All are cute, I hope everyone will find a home.
Thanks. I hope so too.
I wish we could take them all!
That might be too many. 🙂
What wonderful kittens and we are so glad they have good homes. Adorable
We are very happy a lot of people are willing to adopt these days.
What cute kittens! We hope they all find homes…if they haven’t already.
I think they will.
They really are cute, cute, cute!
They sure are.
Purrayers that all these sweet babies find furever homes.
Thanks. I think they will be okay.
So much cuteness in one post.
That IS a lot of kittens!
It must bee peak kitten season now.
Awwww! Too cute. Let’s pray for good homes for all of them!
Yes, and for the older ones too.
Uh oh. A very dangerous room for cat lovers like us 😀 So much cuties.
They are hard to resist.
I like them all but I am biased, the kitty in picture 2 looks similar to my own cat, so, the kitty would get bonus points for having a similar look 😀 Very cute.
That is a very cute kitten.
Talk about a kitten explosion. They’re cute, but hope those senior kitties can get adopted.
Thanks. I agree.
After adopting Snoops when she was a couple of years old, I think I’ll stick with adult cats. They seem to really appreciate being adopted