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As requested: new Kitten pix

Some of you may have seen them posted on the pets board


DH said they were dumped outside the newstation and he just couldn't leave them there.  They were COVERED in fleas and hungry.  I don't thing they were really fully weaned.  The vet gave them the ok (as far as FIV and Leuk etc).

KKH: I think we're already attached so we're gonna keep them.  But if it were up to Miss Kitty she'd say have at it!

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Re: As requested: new Kitten pix

  • How could anyone dump these babies, so very cute!
  • I never understand how people just dump animals, at least try to find them a good home or take them to a no kill shelter.  I am glad they ended up with you.  They are adorable!
    Can't believe our little guy is on his way to 2!


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  • they are ADORABLE! I love the coloring of the one on the right.
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  • Aww! How cute!  Sad that people just dump animals like that... 
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