Kittens, Kittens and More Kittens!
Spayed and neutered, all are now ready for placement into their forever homes.
Angles Among Us Pet Rescue is looking for homes for a great selection of Spring season kittens. Most of these kittens have been rescued by the organization from high-kill county animal shelters or from other dangerous situations.
Because we use skilled veterinarians who practice pediatric spay/neutering, even those as young as 8 weeks old are now ready for placement into their forever homes.
The available kittens include those of a wide range of colors, hair length and personality. Ranging from high energy and super playful to extra sweet and mellow, we have kittens to fit all types of homes and lifestyles.
Our organization works hard to find the best fit for each adopter, and focuses on lasting placements instead of simply adopting out large numbers. Of course, we ALWAYS take back a pet that doesn't work out for any reason.
In addition, to the adorable kittens, we have an unusually nice selection of lovely adult cats who hope they don't get overlooked. The advantage to adopting an adult cat is that the adopter can see exactly what type of personality a cat has...and can find a guaranteed lap cat!
Our organization has some cats and kittens available at all times at our cat adoption center at PETCO located at 10980 State Bridge Road (across from Kroger), but even more (those in nearby foster homes) are available for "meet and greets" at our weekend adoption events.
We recommend that potential adopters check out our website to read about some of our available pets (www.angelsrescue.org), call to let us know what you're looking for, or simply stop by the PETCO cat center.
Please note that we strongly prefer to adopt our kittens in pairs or adopt one into a household that already has a kitten. (We find that the kittens are much happier, better socialized, and better behaved when they have a kitten buddy.)
Also, we ask families with children under 6 years old to confine their search to our adult cats, both for the safety of the kitten and the child.
Questions? Call me at 404-414-1282 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.