This week’s message from Humane Society volunteer Gloria McFadden on kittens looking for their homes:
“We have six adorable kittens from two different mothers. The kittens were born mid- to late-May 2014, and are about a week apart in age. They were raised in the house and are litter-trained. The family that brought them in has children and said the kittens have been handled a lot.
Merlin is a black male with two white spots. Salem is also a black male, but with just a single white spot. Arthur is a brown tabby male. Abbott is a gray tabby male. Costello is a brown tabby male. And Tabitha is a gray tabby female. They have all been spayed or neutered and are ready for their new homes.”
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 countertop refrigerator if you have one to donate.
Adoption fees are $110 for dogs or $80 for cats, which includes spay/neutering, shots, tests and registered microchipping for dogs.