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Chris[_3_]
September 1st 07, 02:16 PM
Currently we have among our adoptables 8 kittens (three are 10 weeks
old, five are 16 or 17 weeks--the latter are already altered).

These have been living in a private home (the youngest kittens since
less than a week old, the older kittens and cats for the past 3 months),
and have been cuddled, kissed on and loved, so they are little purring
machines who recognize people as wonderful companions. They are all
eating dry food and have had regular veterinary care.

Two of the youngest kittens are tail-less. The others have very long tails.

These were rescued from a starvation/neglect/abuse situation in a small
town in east Texas by a hospice nurse who could not bear the stories of
small children killing the kittens, putting them into the dumpster, etc.

They were rescued along with their parents who are all about one year
old and have also been spayed/neutered.

Kittens Inc has taken them in as foster cats and provided for their
care. Kittens Inc was developed to place cats and kittens with lonely
elderly; in desperate situations, Kittens Inc has paid for the food,
litter and veterinary bills when the sweeties' new homes were unable to
afford them, and has taken in the cats of elderly who go permanently to
nursing homes or who pass away.

We are looking for two things--forever families for these sweet felines
(everyone a winner), and donations to support the services which have
been paid for out of pocket by board members for the last several years.

Kittens Inc is a nonprofit 501(c)3 corporation located in Dallas, Texas.

The above described kittens and cats are being fostered in Van Alstyne,
Texas.

Please contact me with any questions, interest, etc. by emailing:

christine in van alstyne at Brian And Christine dot com

put underscores between the words of the first half, change the word at
to the at sign and run the rest of it all together (no spaces or
underscores) with the dot changed to, well, a dot.

Thanks.....

Chris[_3_]
September 8th 07, 11:27 PM
bump!

Chris wrote:
> Currently we have among our adoptables 8 kittens (three are 10 weeks
> old, five are 16 or 17 weeks--the latter are already altered).
>
> These have been living in a private home (the youngest kittens since
> less than a week old, the older kittens and cats for the past 3 months),
> and have been cuddled, kissed on and loved, so they are little purring
> machines who recognize people as wonderful companions. They are all
> eating dry food and have had regular veterinary care.
>
> Two of the youngest kittens are tail-less. The others have very long
> tails.
>
> These were rescued from a starvation/neglect/abuse situation in a small
> town in east Texas by a hospice nurse who could not bear the stories of
> small children killing the kittens, putting them into the dumpster, etc.
>
> They were rescued along with their parents who are all about one year
> old and have also been spayed/neutered.
>
> Kittens Inc has taken them in as foster cats and provided for their
> care. Kittens Inc was developed to place cats and kittens with lonely
> elderly; in desperate situations, Kittens Inc has paid for the food,
> litter and veterinary bills when the sweeties' new homes were unable to
> afford them, and has taken in the cats of elderly who go permanently to
> nursing homes or who pass away.
>
> We are looking for two things--forever families for these sweet felines
> (everyone a winner), and donations to support the services which have
> been paid for out of pocket by board members for the last several years.
>
> Kittens Inc is a nonprofit 501(c)3 corporation located in Dallas, Texas.
>
> The above described kittens and cats are being fostered in Van Alstyne,
> Texas.
>
> Please contact me with any questions, interest, etc. by emailing:
>
> christine in van alstyne at Brian And Christine dot com
>
> put underscores between the words of the first half, change the word at
> to the at sign and run the rest of it all together (no spaces or
> underscores) with the dot changed to, well, a dot.
>
> Thanks.....