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Playful kittens ready to put on a show at their permanent homes

From Gloria McFadden, Humane Society volunteer: “I had so much fun watching these kittens play while I was trying to photograph them. Although I prefer an adult cat, it is easy to see why so many people want a kitten instead of an adult.  All the kittens were found in different places at different times within the last few weeks.  Benjamin was found with his brother under a trailer.  His brother has been adopted.  C.C. is short for cookies and cream.  And, of course, we all know why an orange colored kitten would be named Morris.  These kittens are really darling.  I hope they can all get homes soon so their new owners can enjoy this stage they are in right now.  I sure enjoyed taking pictures of them.”  *** The Humane Society of Ray County has a selection of adoptable cats and dogs. Adoption days are Saturdays and Sundays from 1-3 p.m. at 200 S. College St. (the old county jail). For info, call: Tammy at 660-232-1306 or Donna at 816-504-7843. The shelter would like a counter-top refrigerator if you have one to donate.

From Gloria McFadden, Humane Society volunteer: “I had so much fun watching these kittens play while I was trying to photograph them. Although I prefer an adult cat, it is easy to see why so many people want a kitten instead of an adult. All the kittens were found in different places at different times within the last few weeks. Benjamin was found with his brother under a trailer. His brother has been adopted. C.C. is short for cookies and cream. And, of course, we all know why an orange colored kitten would be named Morris. These kittens are really darling. I hope they can all get homes soon so their new owners can enjoy this stage they are in right now. I sure enjoyed taking pictures of them.”
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The Humane Society of Ray County has a selection of adoptable cats and dogs. Adoption days are Saturdays and Sundays from 1-3 p.m. at 200 S. College St. (the old county jail). For info, call: Tammy at 660-232-1306 or Donna at 816-504-7843. The shelter would like a counter-top refrigerator if you have one to donate.

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