Update: Kittens Rescued From the Cold in Boston Doing Well
The Northeastern University kittens being checked out after their rescue, on January 25.
Suesan Williams is fostering this litter of four beautiful six week old kittens rescued from the bitter cold when a Good Samaritan spotted them outside on the campus of Northeastern University in Boston, MA a week ago, during a bitter cold spell. A rescue tech from the Animal Rescue League of Boston came out, got the kittens, and took them to be evaluated by the shelter medical team. The kittens were quickly transferred to foster care with Suesan, who posted photos, as promised, this week at the ARL’s Facebook page.
Suesan says the kittens are happy and doing well. They are expected to be available for adoption in a few weeks.
See our post from January 25, Kittens Rescued From Bitter Cold in Boston for the story and a video of the kittens.
I’m Simon. I am one of four kittens rescued by the ARL Boston I am a happy boy In my foster home and I’m cute.
I am Sugar I’m one of 4 kittens rescued by ARL Boston I am the shy one but I’m coming around and I am happy I’m my foster home.
I am Sasha I am one of four kittens rescued by the ARL Boston I am really sweet and cute.
This is Snowcone! I am one of 4 kittens rescued by the ARL Boston and a happy boy in my foster home.
Hi everyone just an update on the four kittens rescued, they are all doing really well, I am Suesan Williams and I am their foster mother. They are happy, warm, and eating very well, they like to play with toys and nap. This is their playpen in the nursery. They are very happy.
Photos, Suesan Williams via ARL at Facebook