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Six kittens that were born on Longboat Key are in need of a loving home. (Courtesy photo)
Longboat Key Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013 1 year ago

Socialized feral kittens seek loving home

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by: Robin Hartill Managing Editor
 

 

Longboat Key resident Grace Hackett recently rescued six feral kittens that are now 11 weeks old and have been fully socialized.


She first spotted the kitten’s mother in March on Gulf of Mexico Drive. The Animal Rescue Coalition and Mimi’s Rescue assisted her in the effort.


The kittens are now available for adoption to loving owners who are willing to keep them inside or in a caged lanai. Owners who are willing to adopt the kittens in pairs are preferred.


If you’re interested in adopting the six kittens, contact Hackett at graceohack@comcast.net.


For information about adopting other animals, strays and feral cat programs, visit the Animal Rescue Coalition’s website at animalrescuecoalition.org.

Contact Robin Hartill at rhartill@yourobserver.com.

 

 

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