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Kittens Need a Home for the Holidays

Angels Among Us Pet Rescue has a number of sweet kittens that are still hoping to be in their forever home before the end of the holiday season. These kittens include Annie and Amelia (shown here), who have just become available. (They were spayed earlier this week.)

They are darling little sisters who were being turned in at a high-kill shelter when rescued by Angels, along with a brother (Aaron) and a foster sister (Alpha), who are also available. All of the kittens are absolutely adorable, and are really the total package. They are playful and affectionate, and are sure to be a wonderful addition to any household.   

An Angels representative is available to bring these kittens to a pre-approved adopter's home for a meet-and-greet. 

These kittens are tidy and good about using their litter box. Please note that Angels' policy reflects national adoption standards, and therefore the group asks families with children under 6 to confine their search to one or more of the lovely adult cats.

Also, the group adopts kittens in pairs, as experience has shown that they are better behaved and grow up happier and better socialized when there is another kitty to interact with. 

All of Angels' cats have been spayed/neutered, tested for feline leukemia and feline AIDS, vaccinated, treated for internal and external parasites, and microchipped. (The microchip registration is paid for as part of your adoption fee.) 

For more information and/or to request an adoption application, call 404-414-1282.

– Angels Among Us Pet Rescue

Deborah Smith December 27, 2011 at 12:44 PM
These beautiful kittens...(and others!)...are still looking for forever homes!

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