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Old 09-03-2010, 10:27 PM   #1
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Default Rescued kittens from woods.

I was fishing at Yellow River today at the 87 bridge and when I went to leave, I almost ran over a baby kitten that darted out of the woods. I put the truck in park and seen there was another one. I didn't have it in my heart to leave them there, because they looked so hungry. It literally took me 45 minutes to get them to come to me. I have taken them to my house, but I can not keep them. I have a German Shephered and Chocolate Lab that doesn't like cats. These kittens look less than 5 weeks old probably. They are at my house now eating cat food and drinking milk and water. They are free to a home. If I don't get any takers, I'll have to take them to a shelter within a week. Please PM me. I'm willing to drive them to you within 30 minutes of Navarre. God Bless the responders and shame on those who drop helpless animals off to die.
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I also took some pics of the kittens.
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Wait for it....
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Old 09-04-2010, 06:43 PM   #4
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They are sooo cute. Surely there is someone out there to give these babies a home. I wish there were more caring people like you in this world . I would take them but my Dog does not like Cats or other Dogs.
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Wait for it....
Still waiting......

I know it's coming
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take them to jim t
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Old 09-04-2010, 09:05 PM   #7
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I have learned to wait until a successful conclusion to the adoption process...

Color me PC...

Most take my humor as it is intended... humor... but a few don't see it that way. I understand that and I try to be a gentleman most of the time.

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Petsmart has adoptions on Saturdays. You could call the Jr. Humane Society and ask how it gets done.
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Your camera date is jacked up. Cute cats.
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I always let Jim have the honors. It is a tradition really.
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