Four-pack Ready for Forever Homes!

Remember the 4 Animal Service League kittens we featured on July 10th?



Well, they're now ready for adoption! We thought we'd put them all up on one day, instead of stretching them out for four weeks, because these cuties needs a home now!
But don't forget, their Mommie Tessa still needs a Forever Home, too! She's a "formerly feral" so even though these little girl kittens were born in a safe environment, they still need loving homes!



A precocious, pretty calico kitten, “Precious” was born mid-May 2007 and is ready to move on to her “forever home.” Her coloring is bold orange, black and white, and her coat is easy-to-care-for short. That little spot on her nose is a patch of dark orange coloring - not a cold sore! She has a sweet, precious demeanor and loves to play. Typically kitten-curious, “Precious” will follow you around to see it she can help you with any of your daily chores. She has lady-like box manners and is up-to-date with her vaccinations. She will be microchipped at time of adoption. If “Precious” finds her new home before she is big enough to spay, we will require a $50 refundable spay deposit.
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“Spunky” is the largest of her litter, and her gorgeous black-and-white medium coat probably makes her look even bigger than life. She was born in mid-May 2007 and is ready to move on to her new “forever home.” We named her “Spunky” to go along with her personality. She is delightfully playful and a fluffy bundle of kitten energy. “Spunky” is up-to-date with her kitten vaccinations and will be microchipped at time of adoption. If “Spunky” finds her new home before she is big enough to spay, we will require a $50 refundable spay deposit.
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“Peek-a-boo, I see you…” says little “Oreo,” a petite black-and-white tuxedo kitten born mid-May 2007. A tiny girl with exquisitely symmetrical markings, she has a sweet and delicate personality that has been a little slow in coming out. She’s blossoming now, however, and is fully ready to take the next step in her life of moving on to her “forever home.” Up-to-date with her kitten vaccinations, “Oreo” has excellent box manners and will be microchipped at time of adoption. . If “Oreo” finds her new home before she is big enough to spay, we will require a $50 refundable spay deposit.
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What can we say about this little girl? She is the most outgoing of her litter, and nothing stands in her way when it comes to being “kitten curious.” She has her little nose into everything. “Brat” is delightfully precocious and playful and will keep you entertained for hours. She was born mid-May 2007 and is white-and-gray with a short to medium length coat. She has ladylike box manners. “Brat” is up-to-date on her kitten vaccinations and will be microchipped at time of adoption. . If “Brat” finds her new home before she is big enough to spay, we will require a $50 refundable spay deposit.

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This post is presented on behalf of the
Animal Service League of Southwest Michigan.
Not The Mama helps raise money to help foster ASL animals in his store.
If you are interested in adopting Wilbur Wabbit, Simon, Marvin, Mittens, Tessa, or any of the 4 kittens, please e-mail us at Purr2Dream @ Gmail dot com or visit the Animal Service League website.

Ideal areas for transporting any of these pets to a Forever Home would be Northern Illinois, The Greater Chicago Area, Northern Indiana, Southern Michigan, or North-western Ohio. However, transportation can be arranged to other areas of the lower 48 United States.

You are welcome to use any of the Animal Service League pictures or stories on your blog, to try to help them get Forever Homes, just please link them to ASL.
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Mo and The Purries

8 comments :

  1. *gulp* i want them all!!! sigh... they are adorable!!! why can't i have a cat? drat!

    smiles, bee

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  2. My human wants them all. I'll be turning off the computer now...

    I love kits, but in someone else's home!

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  3. look at those cuties! if i could i would have them all as new brothers and sisters!

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  4. Mom also wants them all, Kavan and I are in revolt.

    They are cuties however! Best of luck finding them homes.

    Tara

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  5. My Mommie says the funnest part about working at the cat shelter is watching the personalities of the little kittens develop. And these four certainly have unique personalities! I am glad you explained about Precious' nose spot, I was a little worried.

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  6. These little kittens all look adorable. My Mum says if she could she would have a house full of cats, ummmm I don't think I would care for that though. Maybe one more Mum, but not a whole house full!

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  7. I am not going to let My Lady read this post. There is barely enough room in this house for two kitties as it is.

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  8. I hope they find real good homes real soon. We used to be kittens ourselves when we were put up for adoption, so we know how important it is to find a furever home.

    Mommy hopes that their kitty mommy finds a home. She reminds mommy of her little Missy who was a teenage mommy and was the last to be adopted...by our very own mommy! :)

    ~Donny and Marie

    PS. Pawesome to meet ya!

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