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Synchronized Kittens Looking Supercute

A quartet of cuties are ready to move out of foster care ind into their forever homes. Enjoy the video and, if you’re in New England, consider sharing or adoption.

See their story and adoption details below the video.

Video maker Beekalmer says:

These kittens were born to a stray mother who was never neutered. The kittens are still young enough to be socialized. With plenty of love and play they will soon be perfect. They are responding more and more to daily human contact. These kittens need a family who will devote some time to socializing them. Playing, feeding them and patting them will be essential to their development. If you live in the New England area one of these kittens could be yours.

Contact:[email protected] Website: http://animal-adoptions.org/index.html

Pets In Need is a small adoption program run privately by volunteers who have joined together to save the unwanted and
abandoned cats and dogs in the northeastern Massachusetts, and Southern NH areas. We are officially 501c3; All donations
and adoption fees go directly to the animals. Pets In Need is strictly no-kill, and the organization’s main goal is to take in the
animals from other rescues, and shelters that are going to be euthanized as a result of behavior problems, overpopulated
shelters, or financial burden – Pets In Need saves animals who cannot be properly cared for.

Due to lack of funds, Pets In Need does not have a shelter facility. Therefore the amount of animals we can save at a time
depends on the amount of fosters we have.

If you have extra room in your home to help foster a dog or cat, please consider volunteering. Every volunteer we have enables
us to save one more life!




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    June 12, 2012 10:53 amPosted 2 years ago
    Tracey

    Oh so cute. I know that they will loving soon. The fosters have done a good a job. Those kitties look healthy and happy.

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